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Lasers, electronic legends and film fuse with Modulations, three days of music and art at Carriageworks
American photographer Corey Miller captures the America of old in a modern way.
The Chair of the Biennale of Sydney has resigned following boycotts over Transfield's management of detention centres.
Bringing a wealth of international experience and a local knowledge, home-grown Melbourne creative joins the Arts Centre.
artsHub celebrates International Women’s Day by taking a look at artists who have shaped the direction of contemporary art.
Audiences need to feel safe to have their ideas disrupted if they are to learn in an art gallery.
Two new projects place contemporary art at the heart of peripheral issues as part of MCA C3 West program in Greater Western Sydney
The Board of 4A has announced the appointment of its incoming Chairman.
Justene Williams references cubism, Soviet science fiction and atomic bomb propaganda.
Alison Bennett’s photographs of tattoos and scars pop off the wall with the help of an app.
If it’s cultural memorabilia that interests you then Bonhams’ New York sale of pieces from The Caren Archive is a must.
Art experts head from the UK with the offer of free valuations, in search of works for Bonhams’ London sale.
The Arcaid Awards celebrate excellence in architecture and photography.
Australians are used to thinking of New Zealand as a place to ski or hike but for arts lovers NZ is a becoming a desirable place to soak up spectacle or discover new art.
SAMAG tackles the topic on everybody’s list – what are the trends in digital engagement and how do we nab those virtual audiences?
Three curators and five artists sounds complicated enough, now tour a site-specific work to three cities.
The hippest festival of art, design and creativity heads to Sydney’s Carriageworks this May.
Beyond time travel, no experience can deliver a Gatsby-style buzz as complete as Napier's Art Deco weekend.
We take a look at five examples of architecture sitting at the top of the world.
Communist countries have long wrestled with capitalist film production but the 2013 figures show China's great leap forward.
The prejudice against fantasy novels misses the social and emotional value they offer, especially for young readers.
A New Zealand city has made an architectural virtue from a planning necessity turning Napier into an international Art Deco mecca.
Discussion about work-life balance for young parents typically focus on business types battling to get to the childcare centre on time. But there are no child care services that cover tour commitments or evening performances.
Audiences now crowdsource their choices and the line between arts patrons and participant is thinning.
New research shows a Facebook ‘like’ can be worth 276 new contacts but you need to use online media strategically for results.
Tourism figures demonstrate culture is drawing dollars and that equates to better support and more tech-led hooks to get them in.
Learning how introverts and extroverts work can help make your workplace more harmonious and productive.
Architects in Mexico convert old boats into wine facilities.
George Chamoun's study of screen beauty suggests a timeless quality to the anatomy of icons.
Overlooking the Diyawanna Lake in Kotte Sri Lanka, Clearpoint will be the tallest residential vertical garden in the world.
Russian photographer teams up with make-up artist to transform human faces into optical illusions.
An ambitious new proposal by a mayoral candidate in Paris could be one of the most interesting architectural projects this year.
The arid landscape around Joshua Tree National Park is an unlikely location for this architectural gem, on sale for $3 million.
Discover the wonderful world of conserving our Indigenous heritage in this video produced by the National Museum of Australia.
It's a statement we've all heard; Tino Sehgal gives us his spin on the topic but are audiences getting into the contemporary jive?
A movingly astute and distinctively emotive film on the vagaries of love.
The technically proficient film adaptation of the popular novel falls short of the touching end result expected.
A spoon full of sugar helps Disney’s twee take on its own history go down, but the confection remains easily consumed.
A movie about surfer Wayne Lynch's commitment to live his life on his own terms despite his professional milestones.
'Magic is the word that comes to mind for me when I think of Muscle Shoals.'
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