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Hate crime inspires new oratorio

The 50th anniversary of the drowning of Dr Duncan will be commemorated in a new composition at this year’s Adelaide…

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Barbican Centre appoints Arts Centre Melbourne’s Claire Spencer as inaugural CEO

After more than seven years at Arts Centre Melbourne, Spencer is leaving to run the largest performing arts centre in…

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Opinions & Analysis

Axing Neighbours will hurt more than fans

The under-threat show has been a vital training ground for screen artists over its 37 years, writes Philippa Burne.

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Why drama is the most important school subject

As students return to school, drama offers space to reconnect, but it’s also where vital life skills are learned.

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How to break into writing and stay the distance

Advice for newcomers from some of the nominees of this year's Australian Prime Minister's Literary Awards.

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Arts podcasts we’ve escaped to in 2021

After another big year of ups and downs, we can find refuge and entertainment in arts podcasts from 2021.

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Features

Has digital debunked the book fair?

With the pandemic closing down major events in the publishing industry, the virtual book fair offers advantages and challenges.

It’s OK if you have a little cry in lockdown. You’re grieving

Neeraja Sanmuhanathan writes about disenfranchised grief, described as a loss not 'openly acknowledged, socially validated, or publicly mourned'.

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Career Advice

Creative career progression in the arts

Why leave an organisation you love if a new role, and a new challenge, can be created for you internally,…

Career Advice

Get on Board: how governance experience can help you and the sector

If you’re interested in joining the board of an arts organisation but not sure where to start, here are some…

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