Posted 15 Feb 2017 @ 1:54pm

Australians have been among the first to criticise the controversial policies of Donald Trump's administration, including the new President's threat to decimate funding to the arts and creative industries. 


However, it's time we looked in our own backyard, where the Coalition government has already enacted these policies. JOSEPH EARP reports.





Posted 29 Sep 2016 @ 12:00pm

The People's Republic of Movies have lined up international artist Tom Ford for a special Q + A on the back of new film Nocturnal Animals.


Hot off the success of their sold-out inaugural event with Quentin Tarantino earlier this year, The People's Republic of Movies will host an exclusive Q + A session live from London with internationally-celebrated designer, artist and film...

Posted 25 Aug 2016 @ 5:12pm

To Be or Not To Be (part of the studio audience), that is the question. But what is the answer, fellow Shakespeare heads?


ABC's Q&A are broadcasting a special Shakespearean event as part of the Festival of Dangerous Ideas, and those behind the show are on the hunt for inquisitive Bardies (that's Shakespeare lovers for you the unitiated) to be part of their studio audience...

Posted 30 Jul 2014 @ 11:56am

Splendour In The Grass is an institution for any music lover (or just those keen to party in the bush for four nights), but what makes the weekend so special isn’t just the music, or what’s on the main stage. They say the best festivals are the ones you can go through without even seeing any of the bands, so here’s a list of the off-the-beaten track things that were on offer all weekend....

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