The Update

The Update - January 30, 2019

ABR Arts
Wednesday, 30 January 2019

In this fortnight's Update: ABR Arts paywall news; Melbourne Opera's The Flying Dutchman; The Highly Strung Players return to Perth; the Sydney Theatre Awards winners announced; March Dance festival hits Sydney; the Wheeler Centre Hot Desk Fellowships for 2019; and giveaways for Green Book and Merciless Gods ...

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The Update - December 20, 2018

ABR Arts
Thursday, 20 December 2018

In this fortnight's Update: Paul Kildea's book on Chopin hits the big screen; the Sydney Theatre Awards nominations; China's Terracotta Army comes to Melbourne; Gerald Murnane wins $80,000 Prime Minister's Literary Award for fiction; the shortlist announced for the Victorian Premier's Literary Awards, and some giveaways ...

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The Update - December 4, 2018

ABR Arts
Tuesday, 04 December 2018

In this fortnight's Update: Giveaways to Patricia Piccinini and Joy Hester, Through Love … and the Peninsula Summer Music Festival 2019; the $35,000 Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize open for entry; Margaret Atwood writing sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale; Pussy Riot performing at the Adelaide Fringe Festival; and more ...

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The Update - November 20, 2018

ABR Arts
Tuesday, 20 November 2018

In this fortnight's Update: Giveaways to the Sydney Opera House and the Musuem of Contemporary Art gallery, Alison Lester wins the $60,000 Melbourne Prize for Literature, SSO’s Music of Count Basie and Duke Ellington, MCA's David Goldblatt exhibition, Daniel Barenboim returns to Australia to conduct the Staatskapelle Berlin, Three $100,000 Fellowships for Australian women artists, and The Clock comes to Australia ...

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The Update - November 7, 2018

ABR Arts
Wednesday, 07 November 2018

In this fortnight's Update: Michael Kupfer-Radecky's début in Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg, a Nelson Mandela exhibition at the Melbourne Museum, Alexis Wright on censorship and storytelling, the ABR Patrons' Fellowship, the ABR Arts Highlights of the Year, a reading of the Homer epics, La Mama Theatre's restoration, and giveaways for Suspiria, Lean on Pete, and Hedda ...

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The Update - October 23, 2018

ABR Arts
Tuesday, 23 October 2018

In this fortnight's Update: Arts Highlights of the Year, an interview with Neil Armfield on David Hare, the Collected Works bookstore closes, two STC Patrick White awards for playwrights, the Melbourne Prize for Literature finalists, the ABR Arts Launch at the Wangaratta Jazz and Blues Festival, and giveaways for the Masters of Modern Art from the Hermitage exhibition and to Beautiful Boy ...

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The Update - October 9, 2018

ABR Arts
Tuesday, 09 October 2018

In this fortnight's Update: The 2019 British Film Festival tours Australia, Monash University brings The Dressmaker to the stage in a new musical, Calibre Essay Prize winners revisit their works in new ways, The 2019 Hazel Rowley Literary Fellowship, Applications closing for Bell Shakespeare's John Bell Scholarship, Degenerate Art comes to the Old Fitz Theatre, Giveaways from the British Film Festival, Black Swan State Theatre Company, Melbourne Opera, and Monash University ...

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The Update - September 25, 2018

ABR Arts
Tuesday, 25 September 2018

In this fortnight's Update: The Calibre Essay Prize is still open for entries; the $100,000 Ian Potter Moving Image Commission; the Alexander Theatre reopens at Monash University; David Williamson on his new play Nearer the Gods; the KYD New Critic Award 2019; the Australian Short Story Festival returns to Perth; and some giveaways ...

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The Update - September 11, 2018

ABR Arts
Tuesday, 11 September 2018

In this fortnight's Update: Australian Damon Herriman to play Charles Manson in Tarantino film, Australian film The Nightingale wins Venice awards, the legendary Borodin Quartet tours for Musica Viva, AGSA hosts first major Ben Quilty exhibition, Des Cowley on the 2018 Wangaratta Jazz Festival, and some giveaways ...

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The Update - August 28, 2018

ABR Arts
Tuesday, 28 August 2018

In this fortnight's Update: Michelle de Kretser wins the Miles Franklin, Behrouz Boochani live from Manus Island, Mao's Last Dancer Li Cunxin brings A Midsummer Night's Dream to Melbourne, the Harlequin First Nations award, Melbourner Linda Marrinon wins the $50,000 Don McFarlane Prize, and giveaways ...

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