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Black Panther dominates, the Shape of Water gains from the Oscars but the others not so much. And The Square has arrived in town.
Vale: Nigel Alexander Dick AM PhD, March 15, 1928 – March 8, 2018.
New Directors for Adelaide Writer’s Week, Ballarat Art Gallery and McClelland Sculpture Park and Gallery, and other appointments.
It looks as if the screen sector is capitalising on a huge international shift in gender attitudes. Even Married At First Sight is caught up in the drama.
A big question deserves a big response. Following International Women’s Day, we look at the conversation of gender equality today.
It looks as if the Oscars frenzy is growing larger every year, just for fun. But we - as always - are provoked to a fit of counting.
A new application process for the Venice Biennale results in a sound outcome for Australia's representative at this major art world event.
What's On - Winchester, French Film Fest, regional Indian extravaganza, and a terrified cat.
With modern cameras, documentary filmmakers can record fantastic detail, or shoot for decades. What happens when they get to the editing room?
A bipartisan promise to increase grants funding for artists has been made by the major parties in the lead up to the state election on 17 March.
With public artworks across most major Australian cities, Matthew Harding’s legacy will bring joy to generations to come.
From a South African photographer who documented apartheid to great masters from one of Europe’s most famous collections, this summer’s blockbuster tastes are diverse.
The Keir Choreographic Award features public programs as well as a choreographic competition, and provides a snapshot of the contemporary dance sector’s current concerns.
2018 Book of the Year Awards longlist revealed; Australian quilting celebrated internationally; Montalto Sculpture Prize 2018 winner revealed, and more.
The gender fight morphs again to support mid and early career women to develop a power base.
Arts sector representatives are invited to attend a summit in Sydney on 23 March to discuss the state’s future investment in the arts through to 2025.
Receiving the Stanley Hawes Award, indy documentary veteran Curtis Levy reveals that respect matters but pomp is for poseurs.
Eight recipients have been recognised by the peer-nominated Awards, which recognise and celebrate significant contributions to the artistic and cultural vibrancy of the nation.
Tell stories, make your gang small, learn how to work meetings - key lessons on imagination in a huge bureaucracy, all from Cecilia Ambros, who controls the creativity in Amazon.
New Executive Directors for Ausdance Queensland and Arena Theatre Company, and changes at Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra and Black Swan.
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