The Update

The Update - April 26

ABR Arts
  • Once in Royal David's City
  • Anna Netrebko
  • MIJF 2017 preview
  • Hong Kong philharmonic
  • Dark Mofo controversy
  • Giveaways and more
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The Update - April 11

ABR Arts
  • Vale John Clarke
  • Baiba Skride at the SSO
  • La Sonnambula
  • The Avengers in Australia
  • Tasmania's Tarkine
  • The man in the iron mask
  • Black S More

The Update - March 28

ABR Arts
  • Ian Potter Museum of Art
  • Adelaide Festival ends with a bang
  • Christoph von Dohnányi
  • ACMI’s new $240,000 VR program
  • Armando Iannucci
  • The 2017 National Folk Fes More

The Update - March 14

ABR Arts
  • Marten Bequest Scholarships - $600,000 in total
  • The Faith Healer
  • Bill Henson at the NGV
  • The Balnaves Award
  • Art for Epilepsy
  • Castlemaine State Festival< More

The Update - February 28

ABR Arts
  • An assault on the arts
  • Trainspotting at fortyfivedownstairs
  • Melbourne Art Book Fair 2017
  • Maxim Vengerov
  • Opera and film giveaways
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The Update - February 14

ABR Arts
  • Luke Davies
  • MoMA takes a stand
  • Heide's new Director and CEO
  • Liza Lim
  • Poetry galore
  • Abstraction
  • Film giveaways
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The Update - January 31

ABR Arts
  • The Flick
  • Ozflix
  • Van Gogh in Australia
  • Stravinsky at the SSO
  • Lion Roars
  • AYO's sixtieth anniversary
  • Theatre and film giveaways
  • More

The Update - January 17

ABR Arts
  • Perth Writers' Festival
  • A new art and design publishing prize
  • Jaipur in Melbourne
  • Cirque du Soleil in Melbourne
  • The Long String Instrument
  • Film giveawa More

The Update - December 13

Tracey Moffatt at the Venice Biennale

Tracey Moffat’s solo exhibition, MY HORIZON, will be launched at the fifty-seventh Venice Biennale in the Australia Pavillion. This new installation will include film and photography, and will encompass themes such as ‘the complexities of interpersonal relationships’, ‘the curiousness of popular culture’, and Moffat’s own ‘c ... More

The Update - November 29

To Sir or not To Sir

American publications largely eschew British titles when reporting on the arts. Alex Ross, reviewing the new Tristan und Isolde at the Met in the New Yorker, acknowledged Simon Rattle in the pit – not ... More

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