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Melbourne Women in Film Festival presents Angie Black's strong feature.
The latest Chinese success story is doing gobsmacking numbers per cinema here and is unnoticed in the US.
With attention to detail, historical research and the assembling of a skilled company, this Jesus Christ Superstar is respectful, dramatic and musically excellent.
The Academy is now voting for The Oscars. The Australians are hoping they go for verve rather than strictly conventional craft.
Two exhibitions at PICA give viewers the opportunity to confront, and to change, societal perceptions of complicit violence, making them active witnesses.
A riveting piece of theatre that collapses mediums, genres, histories and logic allowing us to dwell, momentarily, in that place between our world and another.
One Infinity is a reminder of our place within this ever-expanding, infinite universe.
New appointments for the Wheeler Centre, Bangarra Dance Theatre, Melbourne Theatre Company, Baluk Arts, the Queen Victoria Women's Centre, and more.
With many in the sector working in administrative roles, we’ve asked arts leaders from Darwin to Hobart and Perth to Sydney to offer advice for those at the beginning of their careers.
This murder mystery is a Sunday Times bestseller. It won the Costa First Novel award and the Books are My Bag award.
Reading one of Malcolm’s essays is more like reading a short story than a newspaper article.
Juggling a creative career with irregular work and income is challenging at the best of times, but what happens when you have kids? Fiona Harris shares her secrets.
Melbourne’s two major theatre companies open significant productions a night apart, and never has the contrast between the companies been more pronounced.
Love, Displaced reminds us that we can still find empathy and pause in our era of 21st century screen culture, and find connection in a multiple video exhibition.
Twenty years after performing alongside her parents, Ursula Martinez revisits the conceit after her father's death and as her mother battles dementia.
A new digital project is committed to making all WA’s regional collections accessible, with additional funds for training to ensure its sustainability.
Stella Prize judges said the books published in 2018 by Australian women were ‘a sample of the zeitgeist, a look at what is informing our thinking right now’.
A special panel discussion at NIDA will put LGBTQI+ storytelling and representation centre-stage this Valentine’s Day.
This important piece of South African history teaches global lessons in humanity, tolerance and environmental respect. It’s an exhibition for all Australians, not just photography buffs.
Protection against seizure and restitution has enabled some of China's most important objects, once housed in the Imperial Palace and now held by Taiwan, to travel to Sydney.
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