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Proceeds from the sale of the Brisbane organisation’s heritage-listed home will be invested in a fund designed to seed arts projects and initiatives for decades to come.
Support our playwrights and go to see this original new work. It's original, lyrical, unsettling and yet gentle.
Architects appointed for Australian Museum redevelopment, NGA unveiled new Yayoi Kusama infinity room acquisition, a new cultural hub for Redfern and many more.
Three disparate exhibitions at Bendigo Art Gallery explore the sometimes overlooked influence of women in society, and shed new light on how we think about artists and their work.
As French villagers contemplate disrobing for art and attention, this warm-hearted comedy endeavours to balance charm and cliché.
With this follow-up to 2015’s Creed, the Rocky franchise delivers its first direct follow-up with heft and weight.
ArtsHub Visual Arts Editor, Gina Fairley, spoke with MCA’s Megan Robson about the current exhibition, Primavera 2018, in response to a wave of commentary that followed its recent review.
Two new exhibitions explore the many varied nuances of love and invite us to engage with stories that celebrate both the ecstasy and messiness it forces us to endure.
Television expert Gus Howard attended the sessions about Netflix like an ace detective. Here is his dossier.
This year’s IMAGinE Award winners speak about the impact of recognition on building capacity and sustainability as small arts organisations.
We are waiting for next week, but a couple of smaller pictures are well worth a visit, as the Australian films still hang on in the background.
Why are the best female characters bad girls and anti-heroes? Our report on the juiciest panel at Screen Forever.
An over-the-top sci-fi comedy with a pro-union message, Sorry to Bother You is an audacious take on US race relations, corporate exploitation and the horrors of telemarketing,
Following budget cuts of $4.9 million to the arts earlier in the year, the Marshall Government has softened the blow in order to better support the state’s early career artists.
APT9 is a slow and steady exhibition that works against the quick read and quick perceptions of art making in our region today.
Jake Brown is chasing his dreams. NIDA has several opportunities for creatives of any age to explore their potential, including NIDA Open Studios. Applications to audition for these intensive part-time courses is now open.
Artistic Director of Chamber Made, Tamara Saulwick, reflects on the lack of time and opportunity for artists to gather and talk about the work they want to see, and offers a practical solution.
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Winners of 2018 Mark and Evette Moran NIB Literary Award, accolades to Newcastle Art Gallery, Linden Postcard and Archibald People's Choice Winner, plus more.
Malouf covers a wide canvas and casts a light on the human condition with insight and wisdom and affection.
When I Saw the Animal is a delightful collection of short stories and whatever the length, Bernard Cohen’s focus is the human condition.
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