Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Re-activate: beyond step three – a new resource to support COVID-19 recovery by Arts Review

The Australia Council for the Arts has announced the latest resource in their Re-ignite suite – Re-activate: beyond step three. This resource sets out industry standards and protocols for …

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Hamilton – filmed version of the original Broadway production by Arts Review

Since Hamilton premiered on Broadway in 2015, It’s been showered with awards, including 11 Tonys, and has quickly become a world-wide phenomenon. Though the Broadway production is currentl…

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Monday, July 6, 2020

Guide to the classics: The War of the Worlds by Arts Review

Spoiler alert: this story details how The War of the Worlds ends. The latest screen adaption of H. G. Wells’ 1898 modern masterwork The War of the Worlds will hit our screens this week. Co…

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Applications for 2020 Rob Guest Endowment Now Open by Arts Review

Applications are now open for the 2020 Rob Guest Endowment, one of Australia’s most exciting scholarship programs providing financial assistance and industry support to the next generation…

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Saturday, July 4, 2020

NSW Government to retain Powerhouse Museum at Ultimo by Arts Review

Sydney’s Powerhouse Museum at Ultimo will continue to welcome visitors to its world renowned exhibits, with the NSW Government today announcing it will remain open and operate alongside th…

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Friday, July 3, 2020

On the Couch with Claire Jankelson by Arts Review

Who is Claire Jankelson? I am one of the directors of the Sydney South African Film Festival. My background is as a tertiary educator in the field of management practice. At this time, I men…

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Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery reopens with 50th anniversary exhibition – MPRG: FIFTY by Arts Review

Celebrating its 50th anniversary, the Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery has reopened with MPRG: FIFTY – a large-scale exhibition that highlights the development and growth of its signi…

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Castlemaine Documentary Film Festival returns in a new format – C-Doc In The Clouds by Arts Review

Since the COVID-19 shutdown the Castlemaine Documentary Film Festival (C-Doc) team has been fermenting and bubbling along in hibernation, unable to resist the urge to bring audiences a 2020 …

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Australia Council updates sector on current and future funding opportunities by Arts Review

The Australia Council for the Arts has announced details of its current and future investment opportunities for individuals and organisations. In a statement released this week, the Australi…

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Open House Melbourne precinct highlights and MERGE artists announced by Arts Review

Discover parts unknown across our vibrant city and explore four major design precincts virtually with Open House Melbourne. From Boroondara’s historic built environment, southside hidden g…

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Thursday, July 2, 2020

Bathurst Winter Festival Illuminations: Turn by Arts Review

Bathurst Regional Art Gallery and ESEM Projects are delighted to present a new animation work by local art and design duo WBYK (Sonny Day and Biddy Maroney) as part of the 2020 Bathurst Wint…

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Sydney Opera House: Let’s Go On With The Show by Arts Review

An evening of musical theatre in support of the Australian performing arts industry, the Sydney Opera House presents Let’s Go On With The Show – a vibrant showcase of live performance, i…

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The kids are alright: young adult post-disaster novels can teach us about trauma and survival by Arts Review

COVID-19 is changing the way we live. Panic buying, goods shortages, lockdown – these are new experiences for most of us. But it’s standard fare for the protagonists of young adult (YA) …

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Black Swan launches Unsung Heroes – A Digital Festival of Western Australian Stories by Arts Review

In response to COVID19 and the social distancing restrictions on mass gatherings, Black Swan State Theatre Company is launching its new digital platform, Black Swan Home Theatre – a compan…

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Wednesday, July 1, 2020

On the Couch with Jo Fabro by Arts Review

Who is Jo Fabro of The Fabulous Botting Flower? I am the “Fabulous” part of our name, and the other 2 members are the botting and flower parts. I am a singer and songwriter from Sydney a…

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World premiere of Boy Swallows Universe postponed until Brisbane Festival 2021 by Arts Review

Queensland Theatre and Brisbane Festival remain committed to developing the brand-new Australian theatre work, Boy Swallows Universe, in association with Queensland Performing Arts Centre (Q…

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NSW Government delivers funding to arts and culture sector through COVID-19 support initiatives by Arts Review

The NSW Government through Create NSW is supporting 70 recipients with more than $650,000 funding as part of initiatives specifically targeted to the small to medium sized arts and cultural …

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Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Victorian Opera provides updates on remaining 2020 performances by Arts Review

Victorian Opera has made several further difficult decisions regarding its remaining 2020 performances. Margaret Fulton: The Musical scheduled from 15 – 19 September at Arts Centre Melbour…

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PHOTO 2021: New Festival Dates and Expanded Program Announced by Arts Review

The inaugural PHOTO 2021 International Festival of Photography has announced its new dates, taking over Melbourne and regional Victoria from 18 February – 7 March 2021. Originally conceive…

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Audio description finally comes to ABC and SBS by Arts Review

Following a $2 million funding injection from the federal government, the ABC and SBS have introduced an audio description service for audiences who are blind or vision impaired. Audio descr…

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Cirque du Soleil Entertainment Group announces comprehensive plan to restart business by Arts Review

Cirque du Soleil Entertainment Group has announced that it and certain of its affiliated companies have filed for protection from creditors under the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act i…

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Monday, June 29, 2020

Keeping Channel 31 on air and the community connected by Arts Review

The Victorian Government has announced it will provide key funding to ensure that community television station Channel 31 (C31) can continue to provide a vital communication service through …

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Caro Llewellyn appointed new Chief Executive Officer of the Wheeler Centre by Arts Review

Artistic director, writer and festival founder Caro Llewellyn has been appointed the new Chief Executive Officer of the Wheeler Centre for Books, Writing and Ideas. Wheeler Centre Board Chai…

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Australia’s iconic Blue Poles goes under the microscope by Arts Review

The painting that launched a love affair with art for many Australians – Jackson Pollock’s Blue poles 1952 – has gone under the microscope for its most comprehensive conservation proje…

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National Library of Australia calls for 2021 Creative Arts Fellowships by Arts Review

The National Library of Australia’s Creative Arts Fellowships offer practising artists and writers the opportunity to develop an artistic concept or work that is inspired or informed by …

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Heide Museum of Modern Art reopens with landmark exhibitions by Arts Review

Following updated guidelines from the Victorian Government, Heide Museum of Modern Art has announced it will reopen on Tuesday 30 June 2020, after its temporary closure due to COVID-19 restr…

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Who’s Your Baghdaddy? extended on demand by Arts Review

The producers of Australia’s first musical theatre show performed live online have announced that due to popular demand, Who’s Your Baghdaddy? (or how I started the Iraq War) will be rel…

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Sunday, June 28, 2020

Sydney’s Powerhouse Museum to continue Heritage Tours by Arts Review

Sydney’s Powerhouse Museum is extending access to its popular Heritage Core tours allowing the public the chance to visit the inspiring Collection until the end of 2020. Other collections …

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Friday, June 26, 2020

On the Couch with Sarah Runcie by Arts Review

Who is Sarah Runcie? The Chief Executive Officer of the Brisbane Writers Festival, mother to a red-headed, and occasionally red-tempered, nine-year old, a garden enthusiast, an avid reader a…

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BLEED: Biennial Live Event in the Everyday Digital by Arts Review

Interrogating how live Australian performance can be co-created with residencies, research and presentations as they seek to understand, stretch and respond to our digital existence and expe…

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The Taverna by Arts Review

A brand new black comedy from award-winning Australian writer/director Alkinos Tsilimidos, The Taverna covers one utterly chaotic evening in a family run Greek restaurant. It’s a busy nigh…

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