Celina Lei

Celina Lei is an Arts Writer at ArtsHub. She acquired her masters in Art, Law and Business in New York with a B.A. in Art History and Philosophy from the University of Melbourne. She has previously worked across global art hubs in Beijing, Hong Kong and New York in both the commercial art sector and art criticism. Prior to joining ArtsHub, she was an editorial assistant at the Hong Kong based ArtAsiaPacific magazine and is an art host on independent Instagram platform Club Ambroise. Celina is based in Naarm/Melbourne, Victoria. Instagram: @lleizy_

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Avatar: The Way of Water trailer released

Release dates of the long-awaited sequel, Avatar: The Way of Water, have been revealed.

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Australian Film Festivals Guide 2022

Film festivals across the nation are gearing up for a jam packed program both physically and digitally. Here is a…

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13 documentary projects selected to pitch at AIDC FACTory 2022

Exploring a diverse range of critical themes, these 13 teams will pitch to decision makers in Australia and abroad.

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Flickerfest 2022: ‘A kaleidoscopic carnival’

Plan a beach day out accompanied by the best of short film as Flickerfest returns to Bondi.

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SPA welcomes $50M support package extension

In December SPA urged the government to extend the Temporary Interruption Fund into 2022. As COVID impacts linger, the call…

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79th Golden Globe Awards winners announced

The troubled organisation held a muted ceremony this year. Aussie winners include Sarah Snook, Nicole Kidman and Kodi Smit-McPhee.

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Diplomacy meets alt-pop and dances the night away

Fusing traditional tonalities with a contemporary sentiment, alt-pop band LEENALCHI are celebrating 60 years of diplomatic relations between Australia and…

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Young Australians see the arts as ‘inseparable’ from their lives

Involved in digital with less distinction between artforms, a new report from A New Approach challenges assumptions about young arts…