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An opera singer by trade, (she has performed with the Victoria State Opera and as a soloist with a number of orchestras), the latest creative initiative Tania de Jong has just launched is something called Creativity Australia.
Directing a festival is a glamorous, but difficult job – a performance in itself, walking the tightrope of audience, city, funders, sponsors, artists. Arts Hub speak to Fergus Linehan, director of the Sydney Festival on the eve of his final festival in Sydney. The annual summer festival has grown to be the most attended cultural event in the whole of Australia, with an audience of over one million
The 2008 Rex Cramphorn Lecture Make it relevant was presented by Nigel Jamieson in September at the Malthouse Theatre, Melbourne.
Venezuelan born jewellery artist Yamila Guedez draws on her training as an Architect to create her avant garde pieces.
As the world's stock markets go into meltdown we head down the road to the Museum of Contemporary Art.
Special effects Guru Howard Berger reveals the creative process for the The Chronicles of Narnia: PRINCE CASPIAN.
Contemporary jewellery and object makers from diverse backgrounds unite to form part of Silver Plus.
Speigelworld is coming to Melbourne as part of the 2009 Australian Tennis Open entertainment program.
A three-hour train trip north of Sydney transports you to Newcastle – a magical place, where science and art embrace as awkwardly as prospective lovers on a blind date.
Arts Hub recently spoke to Marcus Canning, Festival Director of Perth’s ARTRAGE Festival, which is currently celebrating 25 years worth of creative excellence.
This is Graffiti artist Mohammed Ali’s first trip to Australia as part of Crooked Rib’s Community Cultural Development project which will be created and launched at this year’s Melbourne International Arts Festival.
A few weeks after the former National Party leader Mark Vaile handed over the keys to his electoral office staff in the electorate of Lyne and walked away, and Starbucks packed their bags and went home, it is the perfect time to reflect on the Free Trade agreement with the United States of America delivered by the former Minister for Trade.
Considering the landscape of Brisbane Art Galleries: Finding a place for contemporary, cutting edge artworks.
Here we are, in the twenty-first century, in a small outpost of the Empire. Does it matter that we have the smartest and the most talented population on earth? Does it help us that we have, per capita, the most creative people and the finest minds that perhaps have ever existed? No it does not! Not if we remain unspoken and unheard. Not if all that we express is swamped and washed away by the rele
Many Roads One Voice is the theme for the Alice Desert Festival 08 and many events reflect on this. Opening night this Friday is a riot of colour and movement with the Sunset Street Parade down Todd Mall.
Attempting to define craft feels something like trying to hunt down an exceptionally speedy chameleon. A look at the elusive creature that is craft in 21st century visual culture.
The Darwin Festival's dynamic and celebratory 2008 program is testament to the hidden benefits of sometimes adverse artistic conditions.
When you ask yourself what has achieved the largest audiences for Australian visual culture beyond our shores, you may not believe it but the mantle must be awarded to the Asialink visual arts touring exhibition program. With over 80 exhibitions toured internationally in and around 18 countries over 17 years, the frequent flyer miles for art are astonishing.
How does design differ from art? Is design art? Does it even need to be art? Are we falling into a trap and missing the point entirely by heading down this road when looking to explain design?
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