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Daring but confident in performance and premise, The Miss Behave Gameshow’s outrageous fun infused a competitive comradery and electric mood within its audience.
The Babadook director returns with a different kind of horror: a furious, gruelling and essential film that gives voice to female suffering.
In the wake of Tony McNamara's Oscar nomination, Adrian Martin ventures a not-so-crazy hypothesis. It may have you looking back at Australia's kitsch comedies with new respect.
Ballet Theatre of Queensland's production was entertaining, superbly rehearsed by Clare Morehen, and points to a successful season ahead.
Picasso's The Vollard Suite is a good example how art museums need to address their responsibility when showing explicit artwork in contemporary times.
Obsessive film buff Eloise Ross has visited Christian Marclay's 24-hour video installation in galleries around the world. It takes on new meaning in her home town.
SLATE’s first offering, FRONT, is a fun romp from rehearsal room to stardom with a Mötley Crüe of musical misfits.
This ravishing but over-long production, directed by Simon Godwin, enthralls.
The 2019 Academy Award nominations are in and the nominees are… mostly white and very male.
Political rumbles, Netflix in from the cold and a pair of brilliant Australians in the spotlight - some of the real stories behind the glamour.
Lost and Found did not make the final nomination list for the Oscars, but another opportunity finds a wealth of animated shorts.
Artback NT secures touring funding from Playing Australia, 2019 Hazel Rowley Literary Fellowship shortlist revealed, Wheeler Centre announces additional Fellowships, and more.
Tasdance's new work Yatra, Stompin's Chameleon, and Canadian dance artist Dana Gingras' Another were featured at this year's MONA FOMA in Launceston.
The role of University Art Museums has changed dramatically in recent years. ArtsHub talks with three venues across three states to get a clearer picture of how they are punching above their weight
A video installation that marks each minute in a 24-hour day by referencing scenes from film and television, and functions as a clock in real time, Christian Marclay’s masterpiece has no agenda other than the one your mind provides.
Contemporary circus acts now seem almost de rigueur at international arts festivals but is this just a fad, or evidence of the art form’s growing maturity and complexity?
Making a rare on-screen appearance, Clint Eastwood directs and stars in this wistful tale of an elderly drug courier.
A good year for Australian films overseas, pushed by Peter Rabbit, but with Mary Magdalene and Upgrade to put more lettuce in the salad.
Artist in Residence program will bring a range of individual approaches to the hit-making production studio that brought us Peter Rabbit and The Lego Movie.
The Labor Party promises to double regional arts support, keep the Powerhouse Museum at its Ultimo location and increase support for Western Sydney.
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