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Friday, August 23, 2019

I hunger for you by Arts Review

Former dancer for the Merce Cunningham Dance Company, Kimberly Bartosik, brings her impulsive and impactful work, I hunger for you, to Australia for the very first time on Friday 23 August a…

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Supersense: Festival of the Ecstatic announces SUPERDRONE by Arts Review

Supersense: Festival of the Ecstatic will present a grand, immersive nod to the timeless impact of drone music in SUPERDRONE – a free Supersense event as part of White Night Reimagined on …

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High Rotation by Arts Review

Get a backstage pass to three epic decades of music, as the Museum of Brisbane presents from 30 August 2019, High Rotation, revealing a snapshot of how popular music in Brisbane exploded fr…

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On the Couch with Laura Boynes by Arts Review

Who is Laura Boynes? An independent dance artist, performer, choreographer, movement director and educator based in Perth. The black sheep from a long line of visual artists, wife of musicia…

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Thursday, August 22, 2019

5 Key Points to Cover When Hiring an Architect by Arts Review

Architecture is a strange sort of business. You can line up five experts who got the exact same formal training and education, have the exact same amount of experience, and are exactly the s…

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Four different ways to fund your creative dreams by Arts Review

Many people have ideas for creative projects, but then they realise there is one big problem – the need for upfront capital. For professional innovative enterprises, and it has never been…

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Opera Australia and John Frost to present two classic musicals in 2020 by Arts Review

Following their wildly successful collaboration with Evita, My Fair Lady, The King and I, South Pacific and Anything Goes, Opera Australia and John Frost will be presenting two glorious musi…

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Wednesday, August 21, 2019

On the Couch with Van Badham by Arts Review

Who is Van Badham? A writer and activist. My main gigs at the moment are a column in the Guardian, a bit of arts criticism, writing for theatre, some TV development rooms and a upcoming book…

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Art and the Black Market by Arts Review

The Art Loss Register is a resource that can be accessed by anyone who requires it, but those who make the most efficient use of it are arguably law enforcement departments and, of course, t…

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Mimir Chamber Music Festival 2019 by Arts Review

Melbourne audiences will have the opportunity to experience some of the world’s finest chamber musicians at the annual Mimir Chamber Music Festival at its new Melbourne home, The Ian Potte…

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Ulster American by Arts Review

A searing comedy on show business post #MeToo that brilliantly highlights the gaping chasm that can swallow up our morality the moment our self interest is threatened, Red Stitch presents th…

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Darwin Festival: Bitch on Heat by Arts Review

Leah Shelton’s Bitch on Heat leaves it’s audience panting. This is slap-in-the-face performance art that cuts a carving knife sized chunk right out of the patriarchy. This frantic, high-…

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Liveworks Festival of Experimental Art returns this October by Arts Review

An illuminating program of experimental work from across Australia and the Asia Pacific, Performance Space has revealed the 2019 Liveworks Festival of Experimental Art, which takes place at …

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Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Tickets on sale for the Melbourne season of Shrek The Musical by Arts Review

Tickets for the Melbourne season of the lavish and fun multi-million dollar musical comedy Shrek The Musical will go on sale this Friday 23 August. The Broadway smash hit will play at Her M…

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Paper Tigers: Posters of the long 70s by Arts Review

Celebrating Sydney’s dynamic poster art and public protest movements, from the late 1960s through the ’70s to the early ’80s, the National Art School Gallery in conjunction with Sedit…

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Monday, August 19, 2019

Esteemed leaders in philanthropy, business and culture honoured at 2019 Creative Partnerships Awards by Arts Review

Seven exemplary individuals from Australia’s philanthropic, business and arts sectors have been honoured at the 2019 Creative Partnerships Awards in Melbourne. The awards recognise individ…

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On the Couch with Mitchell Woodcock by Arts Review

Who is Mitchell Woodcock? I like to think of myself as someone who is very driven and focused but also doesn’t take things too seriously. I love to have a laugh and always make sure I have…

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The Most Wanted Missing Paintings by Arts Review

From time to time, pieces of artwork are stolen, and painters, collectors and the like will do anything to get their prized possessions back. In this post, we are going to take a look at som…

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Metamorphosis by Arts Review

Franz Kafka’s novella about a young man, who wakes up one morning to find that he has transformed into a giant insect and the response of his family to his predicament, has spawned many ad…

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Darwin Festival: My Urrwai by Arts Review

“Legs . . .  back . . . head . . .” Ghenoa Gela (who likes to be called G) prepares to perform the traditional island dance that her parents began teaching her as soon as she could walk…

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Sunday, August 18, 2019

Queensland Theatre launches 2020: a celebration of 50 seasons of stories by Arts Review

Queensland Theatre marks its half century by becoming the national home of new stories and staging the theatrical event of the year. In front of a capacity crowd, Queensland Theatre has laun…

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Saturday, August 17, 2019

On the Couch with Kimberly Bartosik by Arts Review

Who is Kimberly Bartosik? NYC-based Choreographer, performer, educator Kimberly Bartosik creates viscerally provocative, ferociously intimate choreographic projects that are built upon the d…

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CHORUS by Arts Review

What is the cost of a woman’s success when it comes at the expense of her family? Agamemnon is about to find out. Featuring a creative team that boasts some of Sydney’s best and brightes…

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Friday, August 16, 2019

Funding loss a devastating blow for Australian Playwrights by Arts Review

Australia’s leading digital publisher and promoter of theatrical texts, Australian Plays, has been advised that it will no longer receive critical organisational funding from the federal …

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On the Couch with Michael Dagostino by Arts Review

Who is Michael Dagostino? I have an Uber rating of 4.4 and have received excellent feedback on eBay (prettymayhem) and Airtasker (Michael D.). What would you do differently to what you do no…

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Sensory Decadence by Arts Review

Human beings are naturally inclined to value remembering over experiencing. But what would happen if the experiencing self were triumphant? In a vibrant celebration of sensation, five circus…

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Jasper Jones by Arts Review

10 years after Craig Silvey’s award-winning novel first burst onto the Australian literary scene, State Theatre Company South Australia will bring a brand new production of Kate Mulvany’…

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Roger Kemp: Visionary Modernist by Arts Review

The first major exhibition to chart the career development of acclaimed Australian abstract artist Roger Kemp, the National Gallery of Victoria presents Roger Kemp: Visionary Modernist from …

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Feinstein & Fox Shaken And Stirred by Arts Review

Five-time Grammy Award-nominated and two-time Emmy-nominated American performer Michael Feinstein will tour Australia in November together with special guest, Australian musical theatre star…

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Experience and diversity define new Advisory Boards in NSW by Arts Review

Minister for the Arts Don Harwin has announced the ten Chairs and 73 Board Members that will lead Artform Advisory Boards to guide arts and cultural funding in New South Wales. The announcem…

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Thursday, August 15, 2019

On the Couch with Adam Broinowski by Arts Review

Who is Adam Broinowski? An Australian theatre maker and academic. What would you do differently to what you do now? More travel, poetry and music. Who inspires you and why? All of the artist…

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