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Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Performance Space presents Liveworks 2020: A Reimagined Festival of Experimental Art by Arts Review

Presenting new and intriguing developments in art by some of the most inventive artists of our time from Sydney and across Australia, Performance Space has announced it will be returning wit…

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Statement: Rob Guest Endowment announces future changes by Arts Review

For over a decade the Rob Guest Endowment (RGE) has provided vital support and encouragement to young emerging performers, musicians and technicians, awarding over $400,000 in scholarships t…

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Nahid V. Meshgin: The Journey – Treading the pathway of love, faith and service by Arts Review

In The Journey, Iranian born Nahid V. Meshgin shares her uniquely inspiring personal and spiritual journey that begins in Tehran in an era of great upheaval in 1947 and is set across four co…

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YIRRAMBOI and VicHealth bridging the arts and culture gap in regional Victoria by Arts Review

Australia’s premiere First Nations celebration, YIRRAMBOI, is working toward to strengthening links with regional artists and audience, with a focus towards First Peoples creatives and pro…

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Tuesday, September 15, 2020

On the Couch with Anisa Nandaula by Arts Review

Who is Anisa Nandaula? A Poet, Educator and Community Organiser. What would you do differently from what you do now? WORK HARDER! Who inspires you and why? Kobe Bryant. I am very drawn to pe…

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MSO dedicates performance of Paul Kelly’s Leaps and Bounds to Melburnians by Arts Review

This Thursday evening, the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra will dedicate a virtual choir performance of Paul Kelly’s iconic Australian ode, Leaps and Bounds, to all Melburnians. Featuring 175…

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Applications for the 2021 Frank Van Straten Fellowship now open! by Arts Review

Arts Centre Melbourne and the Australian Performing Arts Collection are committed to providing opportunities for Victoria’s creative community with applications now open for the 2021 Frank…

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Monday, September 14, 2020

Recipients of NETS Victoria Exhibition Development Fund announced by Arts Review

NETS Victoria is committed to help ease the financial burden for arts organisations with the annual Exhibition Development Fund (EDF) which sees grants of up to $10,000 awarded to Victorian …

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Freeman review: documentary relives the time Cathy Freeman flew, carrying the weight of the nation by Arts Review

Where were you when Catherine Freeman won gold at the Sydney Olympic Games? Director Laurence Billiet draws the memories of the nation together with sound and vision from the televised recor…

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Seymour Centre to reopen in September 2020 by Arts Review

For the first time since closing their doors six months ago, Seymour Centre has announced that the venue will reopen this month for public performances. The Seymour is a significant contribu…

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On the Couch with Nahid V. Meshgin by Arts Review

Who is Nahid V. Meshgin? I am a wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. I was born in Iran and left my home at the age of 16, because I had a scholarship to do my Highschool Year 12…

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Queensland Symphony Orchestra to perform in Gladstone by Arts Review

Queensland Symphony Orchestra will return to Gladstone for the eighth consecutive year for the much-loved Symphony Under the Stars. For the first time, two concerts will be held in Gladstone…

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Ang Collins awarded the inaugural NSW Incubator Fellowship by Arts Review

Playwright Ang Collins has been selected as the first recipient of the inaugural Incubator Fellowship, established through a new partnership between Create NSW and Griffin Theatre Company to…

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Sunday, September 13, 2020

Entries for the 2021 Martin Kantor Portrait Prize now open! by Arts Review

The Ballarat International Foto Biennale has announced that entries for the 2021 Martin Kantor Portrait Prize are now open. The Martin Kantor Portrait Prize is open to all photographers and …

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MZAZA: The Birth and Death of Stars by Arts Review

On stage Thursday night (10 September) at the gorgeous Tivoli, the diverse group, MZAZA brought much joy to Brisbane. MZAZA are vocalist, Pauline Maudy and musicians: Anne Deksne, accordion;…

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Artists of Colour Initiative launches with a Bla(c)k, Indigenous and People of Colour selection panel leading the charge by Arts Review

The Artists of Colour Initiative (AOC) has launched a scholarship competition designed to provide financial assistance and industry support to six exceptionally talented theatre performers b…

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Saturday, September 12, 2020

HYBRID: Objects for Future Homes by Arts Review

Interrogating the contemporary urban condition and exploring the role of the home in 2030, the Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences (MAAS) has unveiled Hybrid: Objects for Future Homes at …

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Western Australian Artist Paula Hart wins an internationally acclaimed CODAaward by Arts Review

Western Australian Artist, Paula Hart has been recognised with a 2020 CODAaward in the Commercial division for her art installation, Jacaranda, which now graces the facade of Woolsworth in M…

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Friday, September 11, 2020

New funding opportunities drive arts, cultural and economic recovery in Queensland by Arts Review

Arts Minister Leeanne Enoch has announced the latest outcomes from the $22.5 million Arts and Cultural Recovery Package, to strengthen the Arts sector, help get the economy get back on track…

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On the Couch with Luke Zwolsman by Arts Review

Who is Luke Zwolsman? Buying the next round! What would you do differently from what you do now?  Started much sooner with protecting my personal identity, information and privacy. Who insp…

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Be You Inc – a new voice in the arts empowering young artists and fighting for inclusivity. by Arts Review

On a mission to support theatre performers, Be You Inc. have been developing programs to empower young artists by providing them with workshops, courses and performance opportunities. Known …

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Art as essential activity: an inquiry by Arts Review

From the depths of Melbourne’s COVID-19 Stage 4 lockdown, TarraWarra Museum of Art has commissioned a new series of artistic inquiries that explore the role of art in a global pandemic. T…

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Brisbane is getting a fringe festival! by Arts Review

Adelaide has the world’s second largest fringe; Perth has the third. It’s time for the Sunshine State to have its own and Wynnum Fringe will be its home! This November, artists from a wi…

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City of Melbourne buskers taking their performances online by Arts Review

Melburnians are being urged to throw their support behind the city’s iconic buskers, with the creation of an online competition to help performers whose livelihoods have been impacted by C…

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Night in the Woods: the video game that captures bittersweet, millennial life under COVID-19 by Arts Review

Night in the Woods is a video game about strange in-between spaces: between youth and adulthood, between a rose-tinted past and an uncertain future. Released in 2017, it feels especially res…

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Thursday, September 10, 2020

Entries now open for highly anticipated $100,000 Ramsay Art Prize by Arts Review

The Art Gallery of South Australia has announced that entries for the national Ramsay Art Prize are now open. “The Ramsay Art Prize is a catalytic, career-defining moment for artists under…

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On the Couch with Damien Power by Arts Review

Who is Damien Power? I’m a comedian and a writer. I’m spending increasing time screenwriting, but I don’t think I’ll ever stop doing stand-up comedy. I’m from regional Queensland, …

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In Fabric: A long weekend for fashion victims & film fetishists by Arts Review

The Capitol and RMIT University present an exclusive online event for fashion victims, film fetishists and anyone with a haunting affection for department stores this weekend. The triple bil…

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If the future is to be worth anything: 2020 South Australian Artist Survey by Arts Review

Opening on Saturday 12 September at ACE Open, a major new exhibition of contemporary art, If the future is to be worth anything: 2020 South Australian Artist Survey is an extraordinary decl…

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Suicide on screen: getting the message right can support better mental health outcomes by Arts Review

13 Reasons Why is just one of several widely successful shows to hit our screens in recent years that contains portrayals of suicide, sparking concerns from experts about the potential impac…

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Dr Richard Letts receives the 2020 Sir Bernard Heinze Memorial Award by Arts Review

Australian musician, author and advocate Dr Richard Letts AM has been awarded the 2020 Sir Bernard Heinze Memorial Award. The Award, presented annually by the University of Melbourne and the…

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