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Remnants of the theatre which hosted the premieres of Henry V and Romeo and Juliet have been unearthed in East London.
From dance to live art, the challenges of international collaboration can result in inventive and unexpected outcomes.
Creating digital marketing campaigns which reflect several industry trends will help you capture attention and encourage action from a growing audience.
Manifesta 10 walks a tightrope between confronting Russia’s right-wing drift and avoiding being shut down.
The UK film industry has grown significantly, with GDP growth consistently outstripping that seen in the UK economy as a whole.
The Australian Ballet joins companies in Russia, Canada, the UK and the USA in an unprecedented celebration of their art form.
The opportunity to remount his critically acclaimed one-man show is not the main reason Scottee has returned Down Under.
The Arts Party has been registered by the Australian Electoral Commission and will field candidates at the next Federal Election, putting arts and culture firmly on the political and social agenda.
The five shortlisted artists for the UK’s biggest painting prize have been announced.
NSW Minister for the Arts Troy Grant today announced the winner of the next Kaldor Public Art Project: an Australian artist.
Exploring the intersections between art, science and creative technologies this exhibition ushers in a new brand for UNSW Galleries.
An irritant to Australia-India relations, the 900-year old sculpture at the centre of a fraud case becomes a political pawn.
Bold vision and ambitious international partnerships will reclaim the Powerhouse Museum's status as a world leader in applied arts and sciences.
Over 10 specialty visual arts conferences are slated between September and December, so now’s the time to book and change your future!
The Oscar-winning British actor, director and producer died in a nursing home on Sunday.
A South African youth choir nearly missed out on paying tribute to Mandela 20 years after apartheid at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Haruki Murakami has touched down at the Edinburgh International Book Festival – and the hysteria is just beginning.
New Zealand's debut at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with contemporary dance group Black Grace is drawing crowds and rave reviews.
A suite of Dale Frank works, valued at $4 million, were unveiled today by the National Gallery of Australia.
The Hollywood actress died of a stroke Tuesday morning US time at her home in New York’s Upper West Side.
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