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In our Spring programme and throughout 2009, Southbank Centre Literature & Spoken Word explores revolution in all its forms.
WHEN Irishman Fergus Linehan arrived in Sydney from Dublin in 2004 as incoming director of the Sydney Festival, he hardly knew the place.
Collaboration is working together. Can two people work together without ever having met?
The Arts Council, the Government agency for funding and developing the arts, has made its major grant allocations for 2009, distributing almost €60 million.
FORMAT09 Festival comes to Derby in March 2009 with the theme of PHOTOCINEMA. Featuring over a hundred different international photographers and filmmakers, the festival will be on show at QUAD and at 20 venues throughout Derby.
Beauty Spot, Tony Heywood's latest horticultural-based art installation, suggests that our experience of nature is becoming distant as is it increasingly mediated through television, film and magazines.
Thieves stole works by Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse and others from a Berlin gallery over the New Year's holiday, police said Friday.
May 18 marks the centenary of that first evening of ballets presented by Diaghilev in Paris, and with it the first shoots of balletic rebirth in western Europe.
Carl Orff's famous Carmina Burana has an ugly history: it was a Nazi favourite. But a new film reveals that the composer's own story was even uglier.
A 19th Century colliery explosion which killed nine men has inspired a ballet.
Few of the arts benefited from the late economic boom more than design. After all, when the wealth is flowing, people don’t covet the concerts you see or the books you read. They covet the couch you bought, and then they buy a cooler one.
'Saint' whose charm and enthusiasm had a curative effect on the British Museum.
The six majors pass $1 bil each for second consecutive year.
In the past few months, dozens of opera companies, theater companies, dance organizations, museums and symphonies have either closed or suffered major cash crises.
A small but growing number of American Indian musicians are embracing classical music.
Cambodian monks have persuaded authorities to ban the country's first rock opera, which features actors dressed as clergy who break into song and dance, saying it insults Buddhism.
Colin Renfrew, a British archaeologist who is an authority on the trade in looted antiquities, is poised to come down on New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art like a ton of travertine.
Baz Luhrmann’s new blockbuster is an OK sort of film. It’s no masterpiece and doesn’t deserve to walk off with a haul of Academy Awards in its swag bag next February.
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