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Post budget, we need strong cultural leaders more than ever

“Cultural leadership has been under the spotlight in recent times. Or maybe “under the microscope” is a better turn of phrase – as you’d be forgiven for not seeing it clearly from a distance. 73 more words

The provocation of protest and pride

The 7 Stages of Grieving (Queensland Theatre Company and The Grin and Tonic Theatre Troupe)

QTC, Billie Brown Studio

March 17 – 31

“The 7 stages of Grieving” begins with a striking image of blue light bathing a centrally-situated mound of earth, upon which a small suitcase has been placed (containing, as is later revealed, the photographs of nameless deceased relatives.) It is a simple yet evocative picture that belies the show’s impressive staging, complex themes and tapestry of stories. 553 more words

Brisbane

Black Diggers

Black Diggers

Queensland Theatre Company & Sydney Festival

QPAC Playhouse

September 24 – October 12 2014

Reviewed by Xanthe Coward 

This is the beginning of a conversation. 998 more words

Performing Arts

Where's the leadership?

Two weeks ago, thereabouts, Platform Papers published their 40th Issue. Entitled TAKE ME TO YOUR LEADER: The dilemma of cultural leadership it was a call out by Wesley Enoch, artistic director of the Queensland Theatre Company, to the supposed leaders of the Australian cultural industries.   495 more words

Leadership