Now in its second year, SDC’s artist residency at Carriageworks champions “fresh, authentic dance pieces.”
Festival Director Josephine Ridge’s final festival selection is headlined by Orwell’s dystopian masterpiece, 1984.
Faramondo, the headline act of the inaugural year of Leo Schofield’s Queensland festival wins five bobbys.
Australia’s principal arts funding body has revised its grants programmes in response to major budget cuts.
All 50 of the broadcaster’s retail outlets are to be shut, with 300 staff facing redundancy.
The NOR misses the publication deadline for its findings, while artist submissions mount for senate inquiry into the NPEA.
New Queensland Premier and Arts Minister Annastacia Palaszczck promises to “return arts back to its rightful place.”
★★★★☆ Magic’s in the air, and so are the dancers in QB’s latest fairytale inspired show.
A bold, risk-taking and genre-breaking selection that challenges preconceptions of Asian culture.
Guidelines confirm no money for individuals or screen projects in Senator Brandis’ NPEA.
New Artistic Director David Berthold offers an uncompromising exploration of race, discrimination and colonialism.
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Opera Australia look set to win big, with a total of 27 nominations across Opera and Music Theatre categories.