This week Jo Litson recommends John Foreman’s digital variety show Big Night In, and two live streamed concerts, Here’s to the Ladies and Lights Up on the Arts [Home Delivery].
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.
The CEO and Artistic Director of Metro Arts has called on the Federal Government to recognise the value of Australia’s cultural sector.
In her first column, Jo Litson's highlights include NT at Home's Frankenstein, Red Line's Gruesome Playground Injuries, and Les Misérables – The Staged Concert.
Create NSW and the ABC have also announced support packages, while the City of Melbourne has announced the first of its successful grant recipients and Queensland's HOTA announces newly funded projects.
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.
Mathew Frank and Dean Bryant have written a new musical based on Miles Franklin's novel My Brilliant Career. Now they have released an original cast recording.
While the support has been welcomed, many fear it falls far short of what is needed for the industry to survive the COVID-19 crisis.
Small to medium companies who missed out in the Australia Council for the Arts’ latest Four Year Funding for Organisations round take stock in the midst of a crisis.
The Australian director, whose distinguished career crossed television, film, theatre, opera and ballet, has died at the age of 89.
The Golden Globe winner will perform in a world-wide live streamed reading of Lyle Kessler's play Orphans, presented by Sydney's Red Line Productions.