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A cutting edge $3.5 million multimedia arts facility on Lake Macquarie is set to open in 2021, designed by an architecture student and on track to boost tourism by $15 million.
Heading towards $7 million, The Dry will be making the core team of Harry Cripps, Robert Connolly, Steve Hutensky, Jodi Matterson and Bruna Papandrea very happy. And ageless leading man Eric Bana.
This year’s summer holiday programs offer something for everyone from arty bushwalks to new partnerships in changed times, so what is some of the thinking behind creating them?
The dates are in and 2021 is shaping up nicely for the arts, despite the possibility of pandemic postponements.
The COVID outbreak and teeming rains have challenged – but not stopped – Sydney Summer Festival Season.
Unveiling MONA's summer shows, Kids activities on tour in VIC, Piccinini's Skywhalepapa set to fly, Old Town cast announced, plus more news and opportunities.
From American Doug Aitken, to Van Gogh's Sunflowers to Australian favourite Clarice Beckett, 60s fashionista Mary Quant and the return of The National and the Indigenous Triennial – we plot the blockbusters for 2021.
Creating a cultural change for women writers over the last 50 years, The Victorian Society of Women Writers are celebrating with a week-long festival.
Through the Cherish Fund, the Australia Council has delivered $1.4 million to First Nations arts organisations and artists.
New names added to Adelaide Festival Centre's Walk of Fame, Peter Porter Poetry Prize shortlist revealed, regional arts in Australia receives funding boost plus more.
2021 will see over 14 new galleries and museums appear or extend across Australia, including major refurbishments and a swag of others on the table.
If you're after some thought-provoking podcasts to kickstart your 2021, look no further.
While viewed as an important step by some, changes to the Australian national anthem have been dismissed as tokenistic and uninclusive by First Nations Australians.
As this strange year draws to a close, it’s time for us to take a short break before returning recharged and raring to go in 2021.
Portrait of Behrouz Boochani wins ANZ People's Choice Award, winners of CLIPPED Music Video Festival announced, $1.4m to support First Nations artists, plus more news.
This week's box office report is predictably topped by seasonal fun and family favourites, as a difficult year draws to a close.
Between Covid and the government's determination to back the free enterprise media, the sector has had its toughest year in living memory. Here are some of the stories we enjoyed writing in dark times.
Without entering a cinema since February, the film critic's viewing ranged globally, with favourites including sublime Australian shorts, old television comedy and new films from Steve McQueen, Pablo Larraín and Kosovo's Antoneta Kastrati.
The changes include raising production funding to $300k per project, and waiving applications fees until July 2021.
Having a multifaceted approach to arts funding will ensure its sustainability in the future, according to panellists at the recent Future of Funding Panel at Visions 2020.
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