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Over 400 of Sydney's arts, cultural, and music underground elite came together at the Sydney Opera House to celebrate FBi Radio and Time Out's inaugural SMAC AWARDS.
The 2008 Rex Cramphorn Lecture Make it relevant was presented by Nigel Jamieson in September at the Malthouse Theatre, Melbourne.
VISCOPY's report, Implications of the Australian Government's Proposed Resale Royalty Scheme, has found that a whole generation of Australian artists will miss out on significant resale income if the Government scheme is introduced.
The Victorian Arts Centre Trust has secured the services of Graham Smorgon, former chairman of Smorgon Steel, to head its new Arts Centre Foundation.
Some of Melbourne’s most prestigious business addresses will be given an insight into Indigenous culture with a wandering exhibition of first Australian art visiting foyers throughout the city.
Mirka Mora will be formally acknowledged by Minister Lynne Kosky, Minister for the Arts, at an event to be held at Heide Museum of Modern Art on Monday 24 November 2008
Australia’s leading musicians and artists have been joined by artists from around the world in a call on the Commonwealth Government to revisit its decision to cancel funding for the high level music training programs currently provided by the Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM) in Melbourne.
artpost an interactive website and short video series for TV broadcast, which showcases artists living in regional and remote parts of the country, was launched last night.
Victoria’s abundant artistic talent was celebrated today during a ceremony at Federation Square to announce the winners of the Melbourne Prize for Urban Sculpture 2008, the Professional Development and the VicUrban Awards.
Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre at Melbourne Museum presents
Western Desert Mob Exhibition Yamatji Pirni: Many Friendships.
An exhibition showcasing kids of Sculptors with their own creations will be held at the Yarra Sculpture Gallery. 114 Vere Street Abbotsford, Victoria.
The winner for the 2008 Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize has been announced.
Immersion, a work of interactive video projection by Melbourne-based team of artists,
filmmakers, programmers and designers won the Australian Teachers of Media (ATOM)
award for the best Multimedia work at the Awards Gala Presentation in Melbourne on
Friday 24 October 2008.
Special Delivery is a combination of magic, comedy, vaudeville, and mime.
Children’s entertainment is without a doubt – a hard gig. The young audience is demanding and easily distracted and seasoned artists have been known to sweat blood performing to such a tough crowd.
If you are an emerging choreographer in Australia what better way to get the Australian classical dance industry to check out your work than through Dance Creation.
The University of Sydney’s Nicholson Museum will mark the 200th anniversary of the birth of the museum’s founder Sir Charles Nicholson with a new exhibition and a fascinating retrospective of Nicholson’s life.
Gallery and Museum professionals from across the ACT and NSW converged on the Art Gallery of New South Wales last night for the presentation of the inaugural IMAGinE awards.
Artists and scientists approach creativity, exploration and research in different ways and from different perspectives; when working together they open up new ways of seeing, experiencing and interpreting the world around us.
WOMADelaide returns to Adelaide’s stunning Botanic Park from 6 – 8 March 2009 with a magnificent program of music, arts and dance from across the globe.
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