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Tuesday, June 2, 2020

In remembering Christo, we remember what art once was by Arts Review

In 1995, after the fall of the Wall, Berlin had started to be rebuilt, but was still in a state of disrepair. There, Christo and Jeanne-Claude, two of the world’s most important land artis…

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On the Couch with Lilli Waters by Arts Review

Who is Lilli Waters? I’m a Melbourne based artist who creates dark and ethereal photographs, melding rawness and fantasy, and often exploring femininity and the female form in nature. What…

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Judges announced to select winners of the [email protected] International Singing Competition by Arts Review

Internationally acclaimed musicians Suzie Quatro, Katie Noonan, Nicole Car and Matthew Lee Robinson will select four singers to be the winners of the [email protected] International Singing Competiti…

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Debra Phillips wins 2020 National Photography Prize by Arts Review

Sydney based artist Debra Phillips has been announced as the recipient of the prestigious Murray Art Museum Albury National Photography Prize 2020, winning a cash prize of $30,000 for her wo…

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Who’s Your Baghdaddy? (or how I started the Iraq War) by Arts Review

During the current Covid-19 restriction, the arts community has been compelled to move their creativity online due to the inability of people to attend theatre productions. Now comes the fir…

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Monday, June 1, 2020

ACCA Open: Artists and projects announced by Arts Review

Six new projects have been selected for ACCA Open – a new commissions series for contemporary art projects in the digital realm. Devised as a way for ACCA to continue to work with and supp…

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Sydney Festival appoints Olivia Ansell as new Festival Director for 2022 by Arts Review

The Sydney Festival has announced the appointment of Australian curator and producer, Olivia Ansell as their new Festival Director for 2022. A highly accomplished arts professional with over…

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On the Couch with Craig Alexander by Arts Review

Who is Craig Alexander? I’m an actor, writer, film and theatre maker, a father of four, a motorcycle enthusiast, gamer, somewhat-regular meditator, progressive callisthenics practitioner, …

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Arts Centre Melbourne gets ready to reopen this June by Arts Review

Arts Centre Melbourne will begin welcoming Victorians back to its Theatres Building, under the iconic spire, in time for the winter school holidays in the first part of a staged reopening be…

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Vale Christo by Arts Review

Artist, Christo (Christo Javacheff), known for his ephemeral, large scale public arts projects, has died. He was 84. The artist’s first major environmental project, Wrapped Coast – One …

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Queensland Ballet presents world-first initiative 60 Dancers, 60 Stories by Arts Review

In their 60th year and created in response to these extraordinary times, Queensland Ballet has premiered a new body of work, based on the theme of LOVE to engage and inspire with this magica…

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Sunday, May 31, 2020

Port Fairy Folk Festival announces Justin Rudge as its new Program Director by Arts Review

Port Fairy Folk Festival has announced renowned Australian music programmer Justin Rudge as its new Program Director. As a music professional who has successfully worked across multiple area…

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Regional Arts Australia announces The Recovery Boost by Arts Review

Regional Arts Australia has announced The Recovery Boost – a one-off targeted investment provided by the Australian Government. The funding recognises that the creative industries are cent…

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Melbourne’s major cultural institutions to re-open for school  holidays by Arts Review

Melbourne’s major cultural institutions will welcome back Victorians in time for the winter school holidays. Minister for Creative Industries Martin Foley has announced that the National G…

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Friday, May 29, 2020

On the Couch with Luke Joslin by Arts Review

Who is Luke Joslin? Luke is an award winning actor and director – whose credits include Shrek The Musical, In the Heights, Peter Pan Goes Wrong, Brigadoon, Les Miserables and Avenue Q. Wha…

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New Stage for Independent Performing Arts Producers by Arts Review

Resilience and sustainability will be the focus of a group of Victorian performing arts producers who are preparing to take their businesses to the next level as the sector prepares to emerg…

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McLeod’s Daughters voted Australia’s most loved TV show of all-time by Arts Review

With more than 11,000 votes tallied, McLeod’s Daughters has been announced as Australia’s most loved TV show in MEAA’s Great Australian Binge competition. The announcement was made las…

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Thursday, May 28, 2020

Introducing Australia’s newest virtual venue – The Reservoir Room by Arts Review

Multi-award-winning Australian entertainer Catherine Alcorn has not been idle during the COVID-19 isolation period, who, together with three-time Gold Logie nominee, Rodger Corser will host …

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Organisations stand behind Community TV’s survival as deadline looms by Arts Review

Community TV (CTV) stations Channel 31 Melbourne and Channel 44 Adelaide have received widespread support from local religious and multicultural organisations in a fight to renew their free-…

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St Nicholas by Arts Review

An eccentric, teasing yarn of a play from the multi-award winning author of The Weir, Canberra’s The Street Theatre will present St Nicholas by award-winning Irish playwright, Conor McPher…

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Review: Warwick Thornton’s The Beach is a delicate conversation with Country by Arts Review

Watching Warwick Thornton’s The Beach is a journey into place and self. It made me want to breathe deeper and smell the salty air. It made me want to walk barefoot among the mangrove trees…

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67th Sydney Film Festival: Virtual Edition reveals program by Arts Review

Running from 10 June 2020, Sydney Film Festival Director Nashen Moodley has launched the 67th Sydney Film Festival: Virtual Edition and Awards program. “Since the 66th Sydney Film Festival…

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Wednesday, May 27, 2020

On the Couch with Jose Da Silva by Arts Review

Who is Jose Da Silva?  A curator, university art gallery director and keen collector of the record label Italians Do It Better. My latest exhibition is called Friendship as a Way of Life an…

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Melbourne Fringe unveils further artist support measures and calls for creativity as registrations open 1 June by Arts Review

Melbourne Fringe has announced a variety of festival structures and payment support packages for artists as it forges ahead for another boundary-pushing festival in 2020. This year’s event…

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The Burning World by Arts Review

Bringing together four significant photographic series created by leading Australian artists Hoda Afshar, Peta Clancy, Rosemary Laing and Michael Cook, the Bendigo Art Gallery will present T…

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Lano & Woodley: Singin’ Some Songs by Arts Review

Australia’s favourite comedy double act, Lano & Woodley, have put their heads together (1.5 metres apart, obviously) and appointed themselves officers in charge of cheering us all up w…

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Tuesday, May 26, 2020

A Head Start for Queensland’s creative community by Arts Review

While calling for the Federal Government to include arts and creative workers in the JobKeeper Program, the Queensland Government has announced a further $500,000 to support stART – a new …

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22nd Biennale of Sydney reopens with extended dates by Arts Review

The Biennale of Sydney has announced, that NIRIN, its 22nd edition, will be reopening from 16 June, with some venues opening from 1 June 2020. Following an announcement by NSW Premier Gladys…

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Bell Shakespeare launches Shakespeare Storytime workshops for young people by Arts Review

Bell Shakespeare has announced the launch of Shakespeare Storytime – a series of fun online drama workshops all about Shakespeare for young people. Exploring a range of Shakespeare’s cla…

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NGV celebrates Reconciliation Week 2020 by Arts Review

In support of shaping Australia’s journey towards a more just, equitable and reconciled nation, the National Gallery of Victoria celebrates Reconciliation Week with a curated a program of …

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Lights Up On The Arts returns this June by Arts Review

After an overwhelmingly positive response to their first online concert, Joshua Robson Productions and host/director James Cutler will return to shining that light on the Australian musical …

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