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Sooner or later creative parents emerge from the new baby haze to think about small business. Find out what happens then.
Very old remake/franchises pop up as spike in national audience collapses. And our audiences still don't like Halloween
The much-admired and respected Australian conductor and music educator died on Sunday aged 76.
New $300,000 Fellowship announced, latest program announcements, culture and creativity contributes $111.7 billion to economy, Piccinini’s Skywhale returns to the skies, and more.
New AD at Yellow Wheel; Executive Director appointed at Monsalvat; Aboriginal health researcher joins Adelaide Fringe Board, new Board appointments for MCA, and more.
Backtrack Boys tells the story of some wild boys and the dogs that tame them. We talk to documentary filmmaker Catherine Scott.
Write and director Shane McNeil reflects on the death of his friend and colleague Quentin Kenihan who died on October 6 at the age of 43.
The best dog and horse film comes from Australia. Watch out for Backtrack Boys, while Book Week will show you teachers that bite.
The NSW Parliament Plein Air Painting Prize winner announced, 2018 Prime Minister’s Literary Awards shortlists revealed, winner of the Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize revealed, and more.
The Adelaide Film Festival brought quality, sparkle and (hopefully) some inspiration for 2018. But it still won't happen next year.
A strange moment with plenty to watch but sagging audiences as imported US holiday Halloween is set to dominate.
Producers are 'in charge of the resources', in Andrena Finlay's neat but bland phrase. What does that really mean?
The commitment to commissioning portraits gets a $500,000 endorsement, as the National Portrait Gallery marks a 20-year legacy, and launches its next chapter.
New GM for ATYP, new head of dance for ACPA and other appointments.
The Adelaide Film Festival runs a remarkable underwater cinematic spectacle which turns disability inside out and upside down
Sunday Too Far Away restored, and a modest plaque for Gil Brealey brings the clans together to show how the best of the past is so close to the present.
From a new art market platform to a commission to mark the national apology to Child Sexual Abuse, ArtsHub recaps the week's arts news.
The writer and producer on the ABC/Netflix's spy thriller talks about trust, working with Greg Haddrick, and imagining conflict inside the walls of the super-secretive military base.
There's a lot on for the sharp eyed cineaste with no prejudices starting now and running for the next month. Also Ladies in Black is hanging in.
With eyes on Singapore and China, a $4M partnership between the National Gallery and Wesfarmers will enable a major international touring exhibition of Indigenous Australian Masterpieces.
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