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Andrew Taylor is the Deputy Arts Editor for the Sydney Morning Herald.
Andrew Taylor Ron Ramsey seeks to soothe tensions between society and Art Gallery of NSW after predecessor's criticisms.
Andrew Taylor Bella Heathcote joins the long list of Neighbours alumni who have landed plum roles in Hollywood.
Andrew Taylor Tom Polo will leave his mark on the walls of the Art Gallery of NSW during the Spectrum Now festival.
Andrew Taylor From a giant rubber duck to this year's cardboard city, art installations were bigger while revenue declined during Lieven Bertels' four years as Sydney Festival director.
Andrew Taylor The Sydney Theatre Company has been accused of failing to provide a safe workplace after physical attacks on staff by audience members.
Andrew Taylor Is Sydney's new vocal festival a rip-off of Tasmania's Festival of Voices?
Andrew Taylor Sydney will add another festival to its crowded arts calendar, with the announcement today of a new taxpayer-funded event.
Andrew Taylor Budget cuts force arts companies to play it safe, according to a leading set designer.
Andrew Taylor There are no false dawns in Del Kathryn Barton's artistic life.
Andrew Taylor Opera's leading ladies often come to a sticky end at the hands of cowards, cads or consumption. But Lorina Gore's debut at Opera in the Domain was almost derailed by a small winged creature.
Andrew Taylor Arts Minister Troy Grant has cast doubt over whether the state government will fund upgrades to cultural facilities in western Sydney and regional NSW.
Andrew Taylor The NSW government has been warned against spending more money on inner-city cultural facilities at the expense of arts centres in western Sydney.
Australian filmmaker Lynette Wallworth uses virtual-reality technology to take Indigenous story to Sundance Film Festival
Andrew Taylor When Indigenous elder Nyarri Nyarri Morgan first caught sight of Lynette Wallworth's virtual reality camera, he quickly recognised its storytelling potential.
Andrew Taylor Events are of such significance that they will develop a historical meaning over time, director says.
Seniors' sex lives
Andrew Taylor Many of the stories told in a bold Sydney Festival show will be revelatory for younger audiences.
Andrew Taylor Daniel Kok attended his first bondage workshop in Berlin because he was afraid "and I wanted to know why I was afraid".
Andrew Taylor As the 2016 Sydney Festival reaches its halfway point, the Herald's critics nominate their best and worst experiences.
Andrew Taylor El Anatsui owes a debt of gratitude to drinkers of whiskey, rum and other hard liquor. It is their alcohol consumption that makes it possible for the Ghanaian artist to create works such as Blema, a...
Andrew Taylor Artist Nick Cave will stop traffic with his elaborate horse sculptures, but do not confuse him with his Australian namesake.
Andrew Taylor The television adaptation of Benjamin Law's 2010 memoir traverses delicate territory with humour.