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Issue Details: First known date: 2020... December 2020 of ABC News [Online] est. 2002 ABC News [Online]
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* Contents derived from the 2020 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Australian History Put through the Looking Glass by Aboriginal Artists Judy Watson and Yhonnie Scarce in New Exhibition, Hannah Reich , single work column

'There are certain works of art that are impossible to ignore, that have a magnetic pull that can be felt from anywhere in a gallery.' (Introduction)

Netflix Reboots Heartbreak High, the Australian 90s High School Drama, to Air 2022, Paul Donoughue , single work column
Melbourne Theatre Company 2021 Season a 'Survival Year' Following the 'Seismic Trauma' of COVID-19, Dee Jefferson , single work column

'Melbourne Theatre Company executive director and co-CEO Virginia Lovett describes the impact of the COVID on the company as "a seismic trauma".'

Indigenous Author's Work Part of Queensland State Library's Push to Promote Diverse Stories for Children, Jasmine Hines , single work column

'Growing up in a segregated community in central Queensland, Eunice Day didn't have books in her school that reflected diverse backgrounds.' (Introduction)

Tara June Winch's The Yield Wins Prime Minister's Literary Award in Strong Year for Indigenous Authors, Dee Jefferson , single work column

'Wiradjuri writer Tara June Winch has capped an incredible year of acclaim for her novel The Yield, taking out the $80,000 fiction prize at the Prime Minister's Literary Awards.' (Introduction)

Portrait of Behrouz Boochani by Angus McDonald Wins Archibald People's Choice Award, single work column
Australian Theatre Grapples with Access, Diversity and Job Losses through the Coronavirus Shutdown, Hannah Reich , single work column

'It's hard to quantify just how damaging 2020 has been for the Australian theatre sector.' 

Bluey TV Series Makes Its Theatrical Debut on Stage in Brisbane World Premiere, Jason Dasey , single work column

'Bluey — the much-loved, award-winning ABC children's TV series — is set to make its theatrical debut in Brisbane tonight in what organisers are hailing as a creative and public health triumph.' (Introduction)

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