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A focus on access, environmental sustainability, and programming that grapples with some of the great moral questions of our time: the 2020 Adelaide Festival promises to provoke and inspire.
Mike Parr's latest performance, Japan Supernatural promises to be a crowd pleaser, Perth Taipei creative exchange, design writing conference, new theatre for Sydney, and more arts news.
From an online disability art portal, to a new ACMI x RMIT partnership, Womadelaide's 2020 program, DESIGN Canberra highlights and a major exhibition by Louise Weaver, we take a look at this week's arts news.
Film is the perfect medium to inspire and provoke direct action, says the Environmental Film Festival Australia's Director, Brooke Daly.
As his fourth and final MIAF enters its last week, Holloway reflects on his time in Melbourne and what working in Australia has taught him.
While video games are often associated with frivolous entertainment, hospitals around the world have begun using them to help improve sick children's quality of life.
Sitting at the core of this month's Tarnanthi Festival are 30 newly commissioned bark paintings that are set to reshape international curatorial practice around Aboriginal art.
This year a performance was removed from Melbourne Fringe Festival amid cries of cultural appropriation and 'yellowface'. Natasha Jynel offers another perspective.
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Young delegates faced the pressing issues of our time at this year's National Youth Arts Summit.
In his fifth and final festival, David Berthold looks back on how festival culture and Brisbane itself has changed during his tenure at one of Australia’s biggest festivals.
59 artists announced for Never the Same River; Tarnarthi program revealed; TSO drops Hobart concert; residency programs and more.
Science fiction meets introspection in Passionate Machine.
A new festival drawing some of the biggest names in contemporary feminism has been launched by the Wheeler Centre.
Sotheby's sold to French billionaire, new home for Nolans, Civilization hits Melbourne, opportunities for artists and more.
Festival curator Richard Moore tells ArtsHub what makes a winning short film – and how it’s really not so far from Dandenong to Cannes.
This homegrown festival, The Big Anxiety, is leading the world in new practice and conversations about mental health, combining art, science and technology.
When some of the sharpest minds working across museums, technology and entrepreneurship converge in the one space, great ideas are bound to be exchanged. Such was the case at the 2019 Perth REMIX Summit.
A one-man show about loneliness, longing, and social media-enhanced isolation, and a dance theatre piece exploring call-out culture through a comic book lens.
New Board members for Perth Festival and MCA, a shake up at Create NSW, AIDC appoints new advisory committee and more appointments.
With Brisbane Festival all set to open, we pick through a program that’s chockfull of international premieres while still showcasing local talent.
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