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the ARTS review: what’s happening in the world of arts & film – issue 011

March 28, 2012

Welcome to another edition of the AU review’s ARTS review, where we present the latest news from the world of Art and Film. In This Issue: The art of Ouch My Face by Celeste Potter and Regurgitator’s Ben Ely, the Sydney Film Festival’s new pop-up event space, rare insight into 60’s rock’n’roll at the Crosby, […]

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the ARTS review: what’s happening in the world of arts & film – issue 10

March 21, 2012

Welcome to the 10th edition of the AU review’s ARTS review, where we present all the latest news from the Arts and Film world. In This Issue: Emerging burlesque artists compete for Australian title, African Film Festival Australia premiers, Daniel Ho visits for National Folk Festival, Video-game heaven at Federation Square, Street artist E.L.K nominated […]

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the ARTS review: what’s happening in the world of arts & film – issue 009

March 14, 2012

Welcome to issue 9 of the AU review’s ARTS review, our weekly glimpse into what is new and exciting in Australian Art and Film. In This Issue: Line up announced for 2012 Sydney Comedy Festival, Adelaide Festival names new Chief Executive, Surfers Paradise is a crime scene for CSI Experience, applications open for Crack Theater […]

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the ARTS review: what’s happening in the world of arts & film – issue 008

March 6, 2012

Welcome to issue 8 of the AU review’s ARTS review, our weekly venture into the world of Art and Film. In This Issue: Tex Perkins pays tribute to The Man In Black, Will Oldham stars in Rick Alverson’s new feature film, Marcel Blanch-de Wilt puts the ‘ Wânk’ in Fringe, Jazz musician Ed Partyka to […]

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the ARTS review: what’s happening in the world of arts & film – issue 007

February 28, 2012

Welcome to the 7th edition of the ARTS review, the AU review’s weekly look at the world of Art and Film. In This Issue: Groundswell presents the Multicultural Arts Forum 2012, The Jane Austen Argument welcomed back to the Adelaide Fringe, Michael Cera, Kieran Culkin and Emily Barclay take to the stage at the Sydney […]

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the ARTS review: what’s happening in the world of arts & film – issue 006

February 21, 2012

Welcome to the 6th edition of the AU review’s weekly ARTS review, where we present the latest news from the world of Arts and Film. In This Issue: The Adelaide Fringe opening celebrations kick off, Steve Reich takes up residence at the Sydney Opera House, Mick Turner tours Dirty Three cover art exhibition, Brisbane neo-cabaret […]

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the ARTS review: what’s happening in the world of arts & film – issue 005

February 13, 2012

Welcome to issue 5 of the AU review’s ARTS review, our weekly venture into what is new in Art and Film. In This Issue: OUTERWAVES performs for Brisbane Emerging Art Festival, call to arms for Biennale of Sydney, Joe Satriani in 3D, Corey Taylor book signing announced and Tropfest 2012 to open next week. BRISBANE: […]

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the ARTS review: what’s happening in the world of arts & film – issue 004

February 6, 2012

Welcome to another edition of the AU review’s ARTS review, where we present the latest news from the world of Art and Film. In This Issue: Places & Spaces presents the music of Hitchcock, See the best of Dave Carter’s animated shorts, Seasons of Change welcomes Autumn exhibition, Amsterdam gets ready for worlds largest dance […]

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the ARTS review: what’s happening in the world of arts & film – issue 003

January 30, 2012

Welcome to issue 3 of the AU review’s ARTS review, our weekly peek into the world of Art and Film. In this issue The Persian International Film Festival to arrive in Sydney, Gaynor Tension brings her Broadway style to Mardi Gras, Sydney to debate the F-Word with Germain Greer, Australian Dance Theatre premiers Proximity for […]

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the ARTS review: what’s happening in the world of arts & film – issue 002

January 23, 2012

Welcome to the second edition of the ARTS review, the AU review’s look at the world of Arts and Film… In This Issue: Melbourne Arts Fair appoints new Co-Directors, Mitch Cairns coordinates Alaska Projects group exhibition, Star Wars Burlesque comes to Melbourne, Sydney Dollar Shop to open, La Soiree season is extended, Griffin Theater company […]

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