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I'm currently doing some research for RealTime, a not-for-profit arts journal based in Sydney: 

One of the features of the website is the Portal section, where we gather together the best websites on any given genre of contemporary art. They're intended as resources for practitioners, lecturers and students alike and we've previously put together portals for new media art, video art, dance film and sound art. 

We're now doing the same for contemporary performance and I'm interested in any suggestions that the list might have. The front runners are listed below (including a couple of the obvious ones) but I'd be interested to hear about anything else out there. especially (one of our favourite channels is LiveArtOnline but are there others we should include?) (again do you have any favourite channels or tricks for searching?) (there are channels such as Performance Space but are there others that are hiding?)