RED is an intense and confronting ride, but its virtuosity ensures you won’t be able to turn away from start to finish.
Melbourne Digital Concert Hall, Generations in Jazz festival, and a new musical inspired by the TV series Round the Twist are among the latest round of RISE funding recipients.
On the streets of suburban Brisbane this month, audiences will see ballet performances and classes, be enrapt in chamber music and listen to an array of sopranos as part of Brisbane Festival.
Three Melbourne-based artists have launched a petition calling for the arts to be included in our daily news services in a similar way to sport.
Simone Young and Dr Carolyn Watson are among the finalists in this year's Advance Awards, which recognise Australians making an impact on the global stage.
HOTA, Home of the Arts has opened applications for ArtKeeper, a program to support local Gold Coast artists during COVID by putting them on the payroll to create work.
Paul Castles and Fiona Hill will develop new works as the latest recipients of residencies offered by the Australia Council in partnership with the UKARIA Culture Centre.
Forty-four Melbourne performances by The Australian Ballet, scheduled for the rest of this year, have been postponed to 2022 due to ongoing COVID-19 restrictions.
The 20 new appointments assess applications to Create NSW Arts and Cultural Funding Program and advise on strategic directions for the sector.
The federal government has announced additional funding of $20 million for Support Act and $15 million for its Sustainability Fund.
Introduce yourself to Scottish Ballet via three new dance films in Marquee TV’s free Summer Shorts Festival.
Marquee TV has announced the lineup for its second annual online Summer Shorts Festival, with 30 short works from around the world, free for all viewers during August.
The Australian World Orchestra, ANAM, State Opera South Australia and Bluesfest are among the 82 arts organisations to receive grants in the latest round of RISE funding.