Australian Major Performing Arts Group
In the lead up to the Regional Arts Australia annual summit, Lindy Hume talks about regional communities cultural vibrancy and their genuine collaboration with Australia’s major performing arts companies.
The Australian Chamber Orchestra and The Australian Ballet have both had whirlwind tours in October—in Europe and the US, respectively.
The report of the Australian Curriculum review has been released this week. While the report stresses the importance of arts education and the need to support professional development of teachers, it has suggested that only two arts subjects—likely visual arts and music—need be mandatory.
Sydney Theatre Company is inviting applications from Australia’s talented playwrights for the 2014 Patrick White Playwrights’Award and Patrick White Playwrights’ Fellowship
This week the Sydney Theatre Company is holding its inaugural Work Experience Week, with 20 Year 10 and 11 students from across NSW attending.
Recent research by the British Council has found that Australia ranks equal second (with the UK, and behind the US) out of 15 global economies for overall ‘attractiveness’.
In a slick production that gave each winner just 30 seconds to share the love and thank their mums, the Helpmann awards celebrated Australia’s performing arts at the Capitol Theatre in Sydney last night.
Heading off on its 33rd international tour, The Australian Ballet will perform in Los Angeles for the first time in more than four decades to premiere an Australian classic, Graeme Murphy’s Swan Lake.
Education can take on many hues—and it does in the programs run by the West Australian Opera.
SSO, MSO, WASO and Musica Viva as well their collaborators are finalists in the 2014 Art Music Awards.
A strong and vibrant theatre ecology is one that nurtures its talent, explores its creative expressions, and revitalises its work and its audience.
Queensland Ballet’s Australian première of Sir Kenneth MacMillan’s iconic Romeo & Juliet is now the company’s highest-selling ballet, breaking a 54-year box office record.
Musica Viva In Schools' interactive whiteboard and digital learning resources were included in The Guardian's list of ten global R&D projects that are changing arts and culture.
2013 was a very good year for audience opportunities and engagement. You can find out where companies went and how they engaged across the last four years through our MPA interactive performing arts map.
Belvoir has had a busy June with more dates coming up in the next few months around the globe with Thyestes, The Wild Duck, Conversation Piece and Stories I Want to Tell You in Person.
How does a performing arts company preserve its live performances for the enjoyment and education of future generations?