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Features

How art trails are building pipelines of new gallery audiences

Artists’ open house art trails are often very popular events in their own right. But they are also a big…

a artwork on paper that shows 13 multicolored textile shapes in the form of women's lips with stitching over them and drizzles of red earth over the whole composition.
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Artist helping Venice Biennale move beyond its history

This year’s Venice Biennale calls for greater diversity and change, and one of its exhibiting artists is part of that…

Iain Grandage. Smiling man with fair hair, glasses and beard, in white shirt and blue jacket, outside leaning against a brick wall, smiling at camera.
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5 things I’ve learned as a festival artistic director

Iain Grandage is stepping down as Perth Festival's Artistic Director this year. This is what he'll take away with him.

Still from Georgi Ivers' performance ‘You're So Brave’ (2022). During this part of the performance, Ivers is being attacked by voiceless enemies saying "your life must be so hard", "you're so brave" and "have you tried cutting out gluten?" in response to her symptoms. Photo: Minni Karamfiles.
Opinions & Analysis

The case for flexible journalism

Negotiating voice, agency and interview practices for disabled and neurodiverse creatives.

pregnant dancers. A ensemble scene from a contemporary dance work on a darkened stage being performed by six dancers one of whom is 30 weeks pregnant.
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Shifting the dial on pregnant dancers on stage

It wasn’t long ago that pregnancy could signal the end of a dancer’s career. Thankfully, things have changed, with companies…

Daniel Stoll, Florian Willeitner, Sander Stuart, Leonard Disselhorst, Vision String Quartet. Photo: Harald Hoffmann
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A string quartet playing classical works from memory

The acclaimed Vision String Quartet will embark on an extensive concert tour for Musica Viva on its first visit to…

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Fringe World moves to assist artists after JumpClimb fiasco

With artists owed $200,000 following the collapse of independent event management company, JumpClimb, Fringe World is taking action to assist.

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Hannah Gadsby - Nanette

"Comedy" that goes behind the scenes to reveal the art form is no laughing matter.