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Legs on the Wall collaborate with Willoughby Symphony, street theatre for Melbourne, record auction results for Australian artists, Olga Cironis survey exhibition for Perth, plus more arts news.
From jazz to midwifery, this year’s winners of the Australia Council Awards span the richness of Australia’s creative industries. Watch the individual artist videos from this year’s awards ceremony.
Described as a ‘gripping’ and ‘gothic’ novel, Evie Wyld’s The Bass Rock has taken out the prize for Australian women’s writing worth $50,000.
Melbourne Comedy Festival Awards, Readings Children's Book Prize, ABIA shortlist, Sidney Myer Performing Arts Awards, Australian Piano Award shortlist, and more awards + opportunities.
A slow-paced novel with an exciting denouement.
Australian-based British writer Anna Downes’ debut novel is an intense domestic thriller.
Now more than ever we need more empathy in the world, argues Rosemary Sorenson, Director of the Bendigo Writers Festival.
National Indigenous Art Fair returns, eco-practice forum for artists, Youth architecture and design festival, children's gallery for Tassie, Ghost Stories coming to Melbourne, plus more arts news, events and festivals.
A compelling approach to sound, society, and disability.
Richard Bell survey exhibition announced, Guitar Fest tribute to Rolling Stones, Brisbane Writers Fest program, Khadim Ali survey, killing kylie jenner, plus more news and events.
An elegy for a friendship and artistic partnership cut short by death, this new non-fiction book grasps at profundity that fails to land, says Anna Westbrook.
A soulful and intimate comedy that fearlessly questions our attitudes towards death and sex.
While we struggle with COVID and global warming narratives, Fire Flood Plague offers news perspectives on what has happened to the world around us.
Sandi Scaunich's novel may tempt readers to try their hand at scrounging.
After hosting over 163 speakers and creating space for feminist writers and thinkers, the Feminist Writers Festival will close its doors due to funding constraints.
Born into this by Adam Thompson is a collection of short stories about Aboriginal identity in Tasmania, and contains thoughtful reflections on belonging, pride, shame, social fatigue and more.
For well over a century, feminists have been angered by women’s lack of equal rights, their treatment by governments and issues surrounding sex.
Award-winning author Ceridwen Dovey's latest novel is insightful and innovative.
Kids Van Gogh challenge, Stella Prize shortlist, Midsumma Festival program, Adelaide Fringe outcomes, National Archives anniversary, YUCK Circus to tour WA, free outdoor concerts and more arts news.
McGregor’s Buried Not Dead is a passionately alive and lively essay collection.
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