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The Fringe has returned to Edinburgh, along with the traditional fanfare of pop-up bars, fireworks, street performers and flyers.
City of Sydney unveiled 3 major commissions this week that will transform its character as an internationally recognised art city.
Considered the foremost Verdi tenor of his age, the Italian opera singer has died aged 90.
Adored by Stephen Sondheim and Noel Coward, the veteran Broadway star has died aged 89.
Offered by Menzies Art Brands later this month, Brett Whiteley’s painting "paid" as rent to the Hotel Chelsea is up for grabs.
Here's an innovative way for an arts organisation to raise some cash.
Positioned between IKEA and the gallery sector, this app for emerging collectors puts a new spin on online shopping.
Selling for $A57.3 million, Claude Monet’s iconic painting leads the way in a wave of demand for "trophy paintings".
Search on for four Indigenous creative leaders to head to the UK to realise an ambitious career pathway.
Australia loses a great contemporary artist who was willing to take on the big topics in his art.
Vivid Sydney breaks its 2013 attendance and sets a new record defining this festival of light, music and ideas internationally.
Tributes flow for the anarchic star of The Young Ones and Blackadder.
A heckling incident behind the SoCal production heats up debate about gay rights and actors' protection.
In an Australian first, the NGV will return a Nazi-looted painting. Hundreds of works from Oslo to Florida are being returned.
A special bursary scheme for students affected by the fire has been established as offers of support for the GSA roll in globally.
The heritage-listed building, designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, is a unique art school and architecturally significant.
British critics are under fire after making unkind comments about a female performer's weight.
Artist Maria Fernando Cardoso will allow us to see dance, music and visual arts in the hidden world of the peacock spider.
For the first time some of the great Italian masterpieces have left the Museo del Prado. Where have they gone? Australia.
Breaking with a tradition for European capitals, a major international conference is heading to three Australian cities this year.
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