New South Wales artist Sidney Tapia was awarded the 2021 Richard Lester Prize for Portraiture at the Art Gallery of WA on Friday evening.
Chamber of Arts and Culture WA boss Shelagh Magadza is joining the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries as executive director of arts and culture.
A Bunbury-based employment service is calling for businesses to hire people with a disability amid labour shortages.
Arts and books prove to be a winning combination at Paper Bird.
Only nine research funding applications from the state’s universities succeeded in the national round.
Aged care nurses who stay in the sector will receive bonus payments in a federal government bid to boost the country's workforce.
While larger charities devote resources to measuring their impact, many smaller organisations don’t necessarily have the capacity.
Julia Redwood says the local film sector should proceed with caution over a proposal to build a movie hub in Fremantle.
The first of the Indian Ocean Craft Triennial’s centrepiece exhibitions weaves together the disparate cultures of the Indian Ocean rim in ways that Craig McKeough finds profound.
The arts need to implement programs to remove barriers to access for young people from low socioeconomic backgrounds, according to economist Michael Dockery.
Perth Festival has recruited former WA Treasurer Ben Wyatt to its board, one day after it was announced he was joining APM as a non-executive director.
West Australian Ballet has expanded its team of dancers for the first time in a decade by creating seven positions, off the back of increased donor support and box office...
Good Sammy Enterprises chief executive Melanie Kiely will be the new chief executive of MSWA, replacing the long-serving Marcus Stafford.
State shadow minister James Hayward’s media company FIREY Productions has voluntarily entered liquidation, owing more than $300,000 in taxes.
WAAPA’s third year students show plenty of potential in Humphrey Bower’s take on Julius Caeser, writes Rita Clarke.
MACA, Mineral Resources and WesTrac have formed an alliance to support the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research’s fundraiser for cancer research.
Construction of Busselton’s $38 million Performing Arts and Convention Centre will go ahead after the council made the decision to proceed, despite concerns about the cost.
Perth Zoo wants as much public involvement as possible as it embarks on its 20-year masterplan.
Tracy Westerman is growing an army of indigenous psychologists.
Hawaiian Group chief operating officer Michael Heath has been appointed chief executive and outgoing MSWA boss Marcus Stafford will be chair of large not-for-profit Activ Foundation.
Enjoying a new production of a show just as much as you did the original is a Brilliant Thing, writes David Zampatti.
Western Australian-funded music documentary Under the Volcano, which features musicians including Sting, has been released on streaming services in Australia this week.
Western Australian hospitality group Triple-1-Three has acquired the majority stake in North Fremantle live music venue Mojos Bar.