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Making Art Podcast No. 3: Maude Davey and David Pidd

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News & Commentary |

Daily Review is proud to present actor Neil Pigot’s series of free, 60 minute podcasts in which he interviews artists from a range of disciplines about making art. In Episode Three, he talks to performers Maude Davey and David Pidd (pictured above). To listen, click this link: Making Art: Episode Three with Maude Davey and David Pidd (also available on

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Brisbane gains a theatre, and loses another

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News & Commentary, Stage |

Last weekend the Queensland Government announced that its hulking arts complex, the Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) in Brisbane was about to get even bigger with an extra theatre to address the shortage of large theatre venues in the city. Commercial producers have long complained that big touring musicals could be lined up like Airbuses at a single runway airport waiting for

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Costuming James Joyce’s Ulysses, one literary period at a time

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News & Commentary, Stage, Theatre |

In June, Melbourne celebrates its 25th ‘Bloomsday In Melbourne’ festival, the annual literary event commemorating James Joyce’s famous novel Ulysses. The festival includes a stage production of Holy Cow! James Joyce Slaughters the Sacred Cows of English Literature, directed by Jennifer Sarah Dean at fortyfivedownstairs in Flinders Lane, Melbourne. The festival’s director Frances Devlin-Glass looks at how its costumier, Rhiannon Irving,

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Walkley arts journalism awards shortlist announced

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The nominees for the the Walkley Arts Journalism Award and the Walkley-Pascall Award for Arts Criticism have been announced. The prizewinners will be announced on July 18 with the winner of both categories receiving a $5000 prize from the Copyright Agency Cultural Fund. ARTS JOURNALISM SHORTLIST (ALL MEDIA) Kate Blackmore, ABC Arts iview, “The Movement: Thomas Bradley”

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