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“CityNews” arts editor
AMID the heady selection of 31 films for November's 2021 British Film Festival there is, of all things, a Canberra connection.
Another busy week of arts news, here's HELEN MUSA'S "Arts in the City" column.
Here's Monday's burst of arts news. It's HELEN MUSA'S "Artsday" column.
CANBERRA Symphony Orchestra’s 2022 season will begin with a grand flourish of Wagner and end with a summer prom on the lawns of Government House.
DESIGN Canberra has today (October 20) announced the full program for its “Nurture” program (November 5-28), instead of its annual festival, which has been postponed to 2022.
SALLY Greenaway is holding another free live stream digital concert performing the premiere of her whimsical composition, “The Little Red Fox Friday” at 8pm on Friday.
SINCE being given a video camera as a boy, Canberra filmmaker James Hunter has been obsessed with cinema.
NOMINEES and winners of the Canberra Youth Acting Awards have been announced in a special online ceremony.
THE new chief executive officer of the National Film and Sound Archive, Patrick McIntyre, has this week arrived in Canberra, the first Australian to hold the position in more than a decade.
ELIZABETH Rogers joined Canberra Glassworks as its new CEO after 15 years at the helm of Regional Arts NSW, but she’s no stranger to Canberra.
There's never too much arts news for arts editor HELEN MUSA. Here's her latest "Arts in the City" column.
TOMORROW, Tuesday, October 19, is World Ballet Day, so 50 dance companies from across the globe will join together to present over 24 hours of behind-the-scenes content.