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Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Driving creativity across Regional Victoria by Arts Review

The Victorian Government is developing a new plan to grow creative jobs, events and activities in regional Victoria – and local communities will help shape it. Minister for Creative Indust…

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21st Biennale of Sydney unveils artistic program by Arts Review

The Biennale of Sydney has announced the 70 artists who will present work at seven venues across Sydney for three months from 16 March until 11 June 2018 for the 45th anniversary of Austral…

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Impure Thoughts by Arts Review

Claire Healy fought a good fight against the torrential rain and weather madness outside the Melba Spiegeltent. While at times it sounded like it was going to lift the building up and fling …

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New Reko Rennie installation unveiled at Barangaroo South by Arts Review

Australian artist Reko Rennie has completed his major site-specific contemporary art installation at Barangaroo South in Sydney’s CBD. The commanding work, As the Crow Flies, is painted …

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Storytime Ballet: The Sleeping Beauty by Arts Review

Dazzling dancing, sparkling tutus and enchanting music… The Australian Ballet returns with Storytime Ballet: The Sleeping Beauty – the perfect ballet for children will run in Melbo…

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Anti Heroine by Arts Review

In Anti-Heroine, a certain well-known animations and film behemoth are casting for their latest live action remake of the fairytale classic Bambi, and are searching for the perfect villai…

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The Caretaker by Arts Review

Capping off an epic calendar of performances over their 50th anniversary year, La Mama presents their final show for 2017, The Caretaker, for five performances only from 13 December. They…

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Monday, December 11, 2017

Theatre Works reveals 2018 Program by Arts Review

In its 39th year, Theatre Works will salute the new wave of creative talent lighting up our city while presenting some of our most seasoned veterans; providing access to incredible minds an…

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On the Couch with Courtney Act by Arts Review

Who is Courtney Act? Courtney Act is a Prius driving, vegan, pansexual, polyamorous, genderfluid, atheist, Burner, hippy child who is passionate about human rights, the environment and the H…

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Jessica Mauboy to represent Australia at the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest by Arts Review

SBS has announced that Jessica Mauboy is Australia’s contestant at the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest, to be held in Lisbon, Portugal and broadcast exclusively on SBS from 9 – 13 May 2…

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Chunky Move announces its 2018 Artistic Associate by Arts Review

Chunky Move has announced Australian director, choreographer and dance animateur Alice Lee Holland as the 2018 Artistic Associate. Initiated in 2016, The Artistic Associate program is a flex…

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Sport For Jove presents its 9th Summer season of plays by Arts Review

A riotously, raucous theatrical event about service, appetites and balancing acts – spanning the full reach of comedy – from Shakespeare’s dark satirical masterpiece Measur…

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Sunday, December 10, 2017

Fred Williams – 1974 by Arts Review

Work from a single year in the career of one of Australia’s most important landscape artists, Fred Williams, is featured in a new exhibition at TarraWarra Museum of Art, on display until 1…

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Nigella – Love Bites: A Christmas Nutcracker by Arts Review

Sharing her best kept recipes for success, come spend an evening with the hostess with the mostest this silly season as Nigella – Love Bites: A Christmas Nutcracker heads to The Butte…

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In The Heights announces impressive cast by Arts Review

Award winning production company Blue Saint Productions has announced the full cast of the upcoming Tony Award winning musical In The Heights at the Hayes Theatre Co. Conceived by Lin-Manuel…

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South Australian arts and culture honoured at the 2017 Ruby Awards by Arts Review

WOMADelaide Director Ian Scobie AM has received one of South Australia’s highest arts and cultural honours, winning the Premier’s Award for Lifetime Achievement at the 2017 Ruby Aw…

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Friday, December 8, 2017

More Pudding Anyone? by Arts Review

Bringing you a Christmas comedy to enjoy with your loved ones, Thatcher’s Boy Theatre are finishing the year on a festive and entertaining note with More Pudding Anyone? at The Butterfly …

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Cast announced for Australian premiere of The View UpStairs by Arts Review

Invisible Wall Productions and Sugary Rum Productions in association with Hayes Theatre Co have announced cast members of the Australian Premiere of the hit Off-Broadway musical, The View Up…

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Whistler Acquisition a major highlight of new works at the National Gallery of Australia by Arts Review

In a coup for Australia, the National Gallery of Australia (NGA) has secured James A. Whistler’s Harmony in blue and pearl: The Sands, Dieppe (1885). Purchased for $1.4million and with th…

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Sydney Opera House appoints new Head of Contemporary Performance by Arts Review

The Sydney Opera House has announced that leading arts curator and producer Olivia Ansell has accepted the position of Head of Contemporary Performance to lead and showcase new, innovative a…

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Thursday, December 7, 2017

On the Couch with TextaQueen by Arts Review

Who is TextaQueen? I’m TextaQueen, artist / superhero, making work springing out of my own experience to talk about shared experiences of being marginalised. What would you do differen…

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A Christmas Carol by Arts Review

Contrasting the classic Victorian ghost story with the modern Theatre, Lies, Lies and Propaganda presents a fresh and frightening new adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol at…

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Play On: The Art of Sport by Arts Review

An exhibition celebrating 10 years of the Basil Sellers Art Prize, Play On: The Art of Sport will open at Hazelhurst Gallery and Arts Centre on 9 December and run until 11 February 2018. Th…

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Agni by Arts Review

Climbing December temperatures signal the imminent arrival of music festivals, characterised by a diversity of content and experiences. Adopting the festival audience’s willingness to expe…

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Adelaide Fringe unleashes 2018 Program by Arts Review

Adelaide Fringe maintains its crown as Australia’s largest arts festival with the release today of an astonishing 1223 events in its official 2018 program. Around 6000 artists will present…

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Pop Up Globe – Othello by Arts Review

The cast of Othello navigate both the emotional landscape of the play and of the physical landscape of the Pop-Up Globe space extraordinarily well. Despite the tone of the material, they str…

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On the Couch with Bobbie-Jean Henning by Arts Review

Who is Bobbie-Jean Henning? A colourful singing, acting, cake-baking human person who currently lives in Sydney with some plants that she cannot seem to keep alive. What would you do differe…

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Underworld: Mugshots from the Roaring Twenties by Arts Review

Revealing Sydney’s criminal hierarchy in the aftermath of World War I, Underworld: Mugshots from the Roaring Twenties – a remarkable new photographic exhibition on display at the Mu…

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Wednesday, December 6, 2017

PLAYlist by Arts Review

Considered one of the best end of year arts parties in town, Red Stitch presents their annual fundraiser, PLAYlist – an evening of intimate theatre, live music, and adventure. Ten writ…

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Andrew Henry’s Vertical Dreaming by Arts Review

In 2017, after a lifetime of wearing a mask, Andrew Henry took it off. He checked himself into a facility to treat depression. His time there allowed him to let go of his programming: ̶…

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7th AACTA Award Winners Announced by Arts Review

Stars of the big and small screen have come together at The Star Event Centre in Sydney on Wednesday night to celebrate Australia’s top screen achievements at the 7th AACTA Awards Ceremon…

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