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The My Cinema My Film Festival is a heart starter for ailing indy cinemas, with hopeful signs for post-Covid changes.
This clever coven of Australian filmmakers knows spooky, scary and stylish when they see it. Briony Kidd, Isabel Peppard, Donna McRae, Katrina Irawati Graham and Megan Riakos send us their recommendations.
Queensland Theatre’s first post-pandemic play is a localised production of the electrifying Scottish drama, Mouthpiece.
Our fortnightly roundup of news, views and chats with fascinating people. Some very interesting deals being done. Cinemas are suffering, box office is down but we still found stacks of films to review.
Reading has sustained us all through 2020. Looking ahead to summer and Christmas here's a selection of your next great read.
A group of artists have put together a map of the abandoned artistic projects for 2020. It's a time capsule of what we missed out on this year due to the pandemic.
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Jennifer Higgie believes ‘art history is a work in progress’, which is why we all need to be invested in the conversations that shape the representation of women and gender diversity. Be part of the Know My Name Virtual Conference.
$3m worth of funding from the National Archives of Australia will help preserve important audio and video recordings pivotal to Australian history.
Two authors who used NaNoWriMo to complete first drafts of their novels share their advice.
Despite international borders remaining closed, it is the Aboriginal arts sector that is demonstrating how to work around the barriers, with two major exhibitions being toured to Europe this month.
A peace sign from Martin Luther King, Jr. becomes a rude gesture; dolphins swim in Venice’s Grand Canal; and crocodiles roam the streets of flooded Townsville – all manipulated images posted as truth.
This week, as part of our 20x20 series celebrating 20 years of ArtsHub, we revisit the state of art criticism, and ask have things worsened or is there hope yet for diverse Australian criticism?
The interactive medium can engage players in profound questions about grief, mortality, and what it means to move on.
The cinema sector is lining up to pressure the Victorian Government to let them open up, since they are at the very end of the recovery list.
An excellent cast and surprising scripting make Jeremy Sims' remake of the Icelandic comedy a rare pleasure in Australian cinema, says Anthony Morris.
New festival for Ballarat, Bleach returns, Aust Museum announces reopening, rare Kaurna shield returns home, audio theatre in your home, plenty of opportunities and more arts news.
Twenty-two projects, a million dollars and a surge of ghost stories will keep the development wheels churning to build the national slate for 2021.
Published quarterly, Griffith Review is more than an award-winning literary journal – it’s a carefully curated celebration of culture and ideas.
The pandemic experience shows we can’t afford to ignore this problem any longer, argues multimedia producer Mary Tran. She offers ideas for change, in this piece supported by Diversity in Australian Media.
Amy MacMahon (Greens candidate for South Brisbane) and Kirsten Lovejoy (Greens Candidate for McConnel) spruik their party's arts policies in the lead-up to the Queensland election on Saturday.
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