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New Board members at Queensland Theatre, Melbourne Writers Festival’s new CEO, Arts House announces new GM, and more.
This week our links find the fight between Spielberg and Netflix, the death of Les Carlyon and the best video essays of 2018 in one handy British place.
The strange and dangerous psychological space Tiffany inhabits focuses on small details that make up the whole.
SPA is tangling with the SBS MD at breakfast, the Tasmanians get cosy with Pauline while the editors in Victoria throw a party.
Einstein said that 'creativity is intelligence having fun'. Can we do that too?
The #justnotthatmany campaign addresses the lack of diversity on Australian stages and screens by flipping the existing narrative in a joyous celebration of community.
Award-winning Producer Sue Clothier and Transmission Joint Managing Directors Richard Payten and Andrew Mackie announced today the formation of Utopia, a joint venture to produce quality factual and scripted content for all platforms.
We ask a cross section of women in the Australian arts sector how they respond to the theme of this year's International Women's Day.
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Kicking modern Australian film into gear - with Clive James, Germaine Greer, Bob Ellis and Sydney Uni drama societies.
An acting tour-de-force from Brian Meegan and Kate Raison as they take on 14 characters.
Romeo and Juliet has been radically re-set in all manner of eras and communities, but this production’s simple shift of the Capulet family being of Subcontinental heritage has a significant impact without any textual clash.
The collision between a true story and a structured script ahows us how stories shapes the world.
As part of The Butterfly Club's inaugural 1 Act Play Festival, this play is a series of semi-autobiographical vignettes from Arendelle’s lived-experiences in a world where she is held to relentless scrutiny because of her body size.
Guillaume's debut YA novel chooses to uplift rather than shoot teenagers in a barrel. And that's laudable.
The first of its kind in Australia, this active exhibition is a collection of projects driven by artists from Australia, Africa, Europe and Asia that investigate ways that knowledge is produced and shared.
In his Stanley Hawes oration editor James Bradley is whimsical and pointed, with a wonderful story about his first experiences in film.
History blooms into colour at SBS, Miss Fisher goes Mod on Seven and Canberra's politics gets thrilling in Foxtel's Secret City Season Two. Plus Kanopy, the free streaming service you access with a library card.
In her keynote speech at the Fair Play Symposium, First Nations curator Genevieve Grieves analyses what it means when we say ‘First Peoples first’.
Artists from across Australia have been honoured at awards ceremonies in Sydney and Adelaide on Monday.
A marvellous production of an epic, exhilarating and deeply moving play.
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