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Director Simon McQuoid recounts how he found himself directing a video game adaptation he didn't want, and how the film found itself pioneering large scale production in Adelaide.
Five women who are directing or music directing Australian musical theatre productions share their experiences of COVID, its impact on their sector, and how they think the industry might change in the pandemic’s wake.
Director Rose Hiscock recently gave ArtsHub a preview of Melbourne’s newest gallery, a place where science and art collide with an opening exhibition that has an inclusive take on mental health.
Content director George Dunford enthuses about Strong Songs, the goofy music podcast that unpacks the method behind the hits.
After 2020’s postponements, festivals are back with a renewed focus on the local, exciting audiences across the nation.
Is a $500k minimum spend punishingly high? Is a 30% offset enough? What's different for film and TV? Game developers, welcome to the fight for federal screen support.
Ring of Pain is one of Australia's recent videogame successes, thanks to FIlm Victoria and Humble Games. But Simon Boxer's road to this point has been long.
In our latest podcast we talk with Associate Professor Rick Chew about the evolution of arts education and how performing in an empty theatre got him through lockdown.
The sharply defined hierarchies of theatre life mean that those who work in technical fields have a rigorously policed identity, which builds camaraderie at the expense of rejecting outsiders.
Sarah Neal, Executive Producer and Co-CEO at Malthouse Theatre, and Glyn Roberts, Artistic Director of the Castlemaine State Festival, share their experiences around creating new outdoors performance spaces.
Making a living is tough for creatives, but residuals can be a long term income source. Now the streaming companies want to kill the whole idea.
From playful figures to bathtub performances, artists are using the intense residencies of their past to create unexpected new works in the COVID-19 lockdown.
Some artists are jumping into NFTs while others see pitfalls. Jane O’Sullivan looks at both sides of this emerging meld of art and technology.
The host of ABC TV’s new weekly arts program promises to be much more than just a talking head.
Having been accused of mainstreaming drag, eliminating its subversive impetus, it will be intriguing to see how this slick show — built on US histories of drag — approaches the Australian drag tradition, writes Joanna McIntyre.
Gill Minervini gives us a sneak peek into what the festival has to offer including a future of more collaboration and less silos.
Arts leaders from across the state offer up their key arts policy suggestions for whichever political party next forms government in Tasmania.
Barry Jenkins adapts a Pulitzer Prizewinner, Australian classic Puberty Blues returns, more Handmaid's Tale, and Oscar-worthy biography Judas and the Black Messiah gets digital release this May.
‘It's nice having someone just notice and care that there was a small change about you, like a haircut or a new pair of shoes. it makes you feel good. Our games try to have the equivalent of that moment.’
NAVA's message is clear: ‘stop treating art and culture as expendable and start recognising their essential role in the stimulation of Australia’s creative output’.
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