This week Deborah Jones explores ADT's digital program ADAPT, the documentary about the making of the RNZB's The Piano – the ballet, and Christopher Wheeldon's The Winter's Tale.
This week, for your digital viewing, Deborah Jones recommends New York City Ballet's Concerto DSCH by Alexei Ratmansky, and Liam Scarlett's Swan Lake.
The converted railway works is Australia’s largest multi-arts centre and COVID-19's biggest arts scalp to date.
Sukhjit Kaur Khalsa's Fully Sikh took home three awards in this year's ceremony, presented by presented by Artist Relief Fund WA.
Though this year’s Festival won’t go ahead, Shun Wah will helm an online program of events exploring Australia’s relationship to Asia through the arts.
Deborah Jones explores Alexei Ratmansky's Cinderella created for The Australian Ballet, and also recommends Bangarra's Bennelong among streaming options.
We will use the support to run a new series of weekly columns highlighting some of the gems among the plethora of arts material now available online.
John Bell, Mitchell Butel and Julia Zemiro are among the artists speaking out on social media to ask the Government to #CreateAustraliasFuture
Opera Australia's Il Viaggio a Reims, the musical Come From Away, and the musical play Barbara and the Camp Dogs were among the winners.
While new funding has been allocated for some, all companies will face cuts of 30 percent over the next 12 months.
Unable to perform live, TAB has launched a new digital season featuring 14 of its productions, starting with The Sleeping Beauty.
The City of Sydney endorses a $3.5M package, the City of Melbourne offers $2M in grants, and Tasmania delivers $1.5M in funding and operational measures worth $2M.
Queensland Ballet has launched a Keep the Magic Alive campaign to share stories and raise funds, and is doing all it can to retain staff and keep its dancers fit and healthy.