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Lost has topped the television ranking of most pirated shows from television, while Body of Lies has debuted at number one among the most stolen films of the week.
ARTISTS are calling for changes to proposed new laws designed to ensure they receive royalty payments for all artworks traded on the secondary market.
Kids: Contemporary Australia is a comprehensive arts program current at GoMAs blockbuster Optimism exhibition.
In an ordinary street in O'Connor, behind a jumble of fruit trees and vines, lies a garden swelling with produce.
WHEN Elaine Miles started working with glass, she loved its look and feel.
THE financial condition of Australia's six symphony orchestras remains fragile, despite $27 million being spent to fix the problem three years ago.
Entries for the 88th Archibald Prize are arriving at the Art Gallery of New South Wales.
Karen Berkman reports Jose Carreras, one of the world's greatest tenors, spent some time in Brisbane lifting the spirits of leukaemia sufferers.
Six outstanding Western Australian artists have been given a once in a lifetime opportunity with a share in $220,000 from the State Government to help develop their practice to an international level.
Local Government Minister John Castrilli has welcomed the 2009 Grants Directory, providing community members and local governments seeking funding, access to view more than 110 grants in the one place.
The City of Mitcham is seeking Expressions of Interest from professional South Australian-based artists, or artist-lead teams, to engage in the design, manufacture and installation of a significant public artwork to be located in the Mitcham Cultural Village in Princes Road, Mitcham.
Entries from Australian writers are invited to the 2009 Prime Minister's Literary Awards for fiction and non-fiction books.
Arts and Screen Industry Support provides funding to arts organisations, development opportunities for creative expression, support to festivals, grants for arts and screen projects and training and development opportunities for film makers and artists.
Historical archaeology relates to all non-Indigenous archaeological sites.
Telstra Business and the Museum of Contemporary Art have joined forces on a project that brings digital and video artworks into the company’s high-tech Sydney headquarters.
The remaining four plays for the Gala Final, to be held at the Seymour Centre on February 20th and 21st, will be decided over a final massive seven days of Short + Sweet Sydney 2009 this week.
With a brand new slate of courses, a fantastic new building located in the heart of the Entertainment Quarter in Sydney’s Moore Park and the largest number of students ever enrolled at the nation’s iconic film, television and radio School (AFTRS) - 2009 is set to be the liveliest and most productive on record.
Sydney Festival announced that the 2009 event was one of the largest and most far-reaching to date with increased numbers bolstered by large, and in some instances record, attendances to free events.
Western Australians living in regional communities will continue to have access to much needed funds for arts and cultural projects through the Federal Government’s funding program, the Regional Arts Fund (RAF).
International Village of Culture is the first ever collaborative showcase of rural touring to take place in seven village halls throughout County Durham 31 March – 4 April, 2009.
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