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Art is 'live and well' in Nottingham

Director of Nottingham’s NOW Festival, Mark Dey, talks about the changes that have taken place since he took up his…

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Playing to win

It may be winter on the other side of the hemisphere, but the UK's Eimer Piano Trio are experiencing Australia's…

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Let the games begin

Cheering squads, stomping, hollering, and behind-the-scenes intimidation tactics - it may sound like a major sporting event, but it is,…

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A meeting of minds (and 'cellos)

Dutch-born cellist Pieter Wispelwey will fulfill a long-held ambition this week, when he performs for the first time with the…

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Getting sticky in Sydney

Phelim McDermott, one of the directors of UK's Improbable Theatre, is currently at the iconic Sydney Opera House, co-ordinating workshops…

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Bring on the Beckett

You don't have to be an academic to appreciate Samuel Beckett. Dr Anthony Uhlman, the convenor of the Samuel Beckett…

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Bah to the High Priests of Art

British art critic Matthew Collings is currently in Australia, to lecture (not surprisingly) on art, or, as he explains: ‘What…

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Film marketing and how the Internet changed it all - Part 2

Director of Manhattan Multimedia, Malcolm Burt details his research on the age of the internet and its real impact on…

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Film Marketing and how the Internet changed it all - Pt 1

Director of Manhattan Multimedia, Malcolm Burt details his research on the age of the internet and its real impact on…

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