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RT127


Editorial


Hoofer Dance, Free the Arts Rally, Hyde Park Sydney, May 22 Hoofer Dance, Free the Arts Rally, Hyde Park Sydney, May 22
photo William Yang
Our editorial photograph is by William Yang, one of the speakers at the Sydney #FreeTheArts rally by the Hyde Park fountain, which was also addressed passionately by artsworkers Rachel Healey, Fiona Winning, Fraser Corfield and Liza-Mare Syron. The Fondue Set led a proud, good-humoured mass dance performed around the country in defiance of George Brandis’ 2015–16 arts budget heist of $104.8m from the Australia Council. Read our revealing file on Brandis, which we hope inspires you to maintain the rage and take action.

Body Image Screen is the title of our RT 127 feature. With a surge of recent and forthcoming events focused on body and screen it seems more than timely to assess that intensifying and rapidly mutating relationship.

Our burgeoning regional coverage brings you reports on new work presented in the cultural hot spots of Cairns, northern Tasmania, Castlemaine, Kandos, Albury-Wodonga and Avoca.

My Darling Patricia has disbanded after successfully producing a decade of highly idiosyncratic, ground-breaking hybrid performance works. For our Women+Performance series, Bryoni Trezise interviews members of the group about their significant body of work, and the challenges of its creation.

RealTime issue #127 June-July 2015 pg. 2

© Keith Gallasch & Virginia Baxter; for permission to reproduce apply to realtime@realtimearts.net

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