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From comedians who deliberately make you sad to a new wave of feminist humour, comedy festivals are the perfect time to assess the art form's current concerns.
What sort of programming might a First Nations Arts Centre offer, and how would its operations, even its architecture, differ to existing venues?
The communities of Gippsland host six artist residency programs, art workshops and more in May at Come and Play 2017.
Sensational tribute to Bob Dylan by Kate Ceberano, Joe Camilleri and the Paul Grabowsky Quartet!
James Morrison and the James Mustafa Jazz Orchestra featured at MAPA – Jazz Greats Weekend at Monash.
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The Tasmanian premiere of this new work by Terrapin Puppet Theatre is well-honed following road-testing on the mainland.
ArtsHub's series of snapshot reviews of work presented as part of Dance Massive.
A well crafted, entertaining piece of theatre by a female lead creative team.
A sweaty, thumping collaboration between Tasmania’s Tasdance and Greece’s Jukstapoz for Ten Days on the Island.
No one doubts Shakespeare's comedies are art but contemporary comedians are often dismissed in discussions of cultural value.
Growing older doesn’t have to mean abandoning a career but when your body is your instrument, it does require adjustment.
UK based theatre group Complicite present compelling and unsual The Encounter at PIAF.
For a touring production, every sequin, wig and set is packed, tracked and shipped around the country.
This Argentinean/Chilean production is both a compelling piece of theatre and a deeply moving act of remembrance and reconciliation.
New funding will ensure Adelaide Fringe is more affordable for artists but some argue the money could be better targeted to support independent practitioners.
This playful, exhilarating work by Nouveau Cirque du Vietnam explores the changing pace of modern life as the city encroaches on village traditions.
Richard Nelson's portrait of an American family struggling with grief, debt and political turmoil is as epic as it is intimate.
Cultural diplomacy grants recognise the capacity of the arts to showcase the complexities and riches of Australia.
In the inaugural episode of ArtsHub's new podcast, we chat to choreographer and festival associate Gideon Obarzanek.
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