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A dystopian view of the future locks art and culture into a virtual world where everyone lives a Kardashian-style online augmented existence.
Artists have extraordinary power to change the way people think but it takes more than good intentions.
As the Australia Council faces $110 million in lost funding, Deputy Chair Robyn Archer argues for the importance of 'saplings and ground cover' to the resilience she considers the essential skill for the sector.
Online sharing has created new rules of exchange for artists who must find ways of converting followers who like their work into paying customers.
If you're tired of swiping left and right on Tinder, stepping into the gallery might take you one step closer to Cupid's arrow.
24 Frames Per Second is an ambitious project that brings together 239 artists, dancers and filmmaker in the commissioning of new video work.
Between keeping galleries cold enough for artworks and theatres warm enough for patrons, energy is a major expense for arts organisations. But there are savings to be made.
For Strangerland, director Kim Farrant dealt with the awesome experience of Nicole Kidman and the innocence of a fifteen year old model. How did she do it?
A reader’s ability to view female characters as complex, layered, intellectual beings would have a profound effect on how they view actual women.
The byte may destroy the book but the novel isn’t over yet.
Within little more than a decade, more Australians will live alone than in nuclear families. The arts will be essential to ensuring that we do not face an epidemic of loneliness.
Prioritising mental health can yield both positive economic and cultural benefits for arts organisations.
Museums can be safe places for unsafe topics but a leading museum director asks whether there is a point when ideas become too dangerous for museums to present.
Far from being a career killer, pregnancy can generate a creative rush. Growing a baby can be an artist's most creative moment in more ways than one.
Our museums use social media to stimulate audiences, so why not use technology’s reach to grow their collections?
Australia's protectionist law is pushing trade in culturally significant Aboriginal Art overseas and weakening the local market.
Principles of arms-length funding are being sacrificed to a 'trickle down' approach the Federal Government would not countenance in other parts of the economy.
We no longer cast white actors in black face but we don't train disabled actors to ensure a fifth of the population is honestly portrayed on stage.
This week Enduring Civilisation opened in London to mixed reviews – were they warranted of the exhibition or is this exhibition a political pawn for other issues?
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Do people still buy albums anymore? If they do, these are the releases they should be listening to.
Think you know how to talk art? Take this week's Friday quiz and see if you have a pulse on the art world and be in the draw to win a double pass to Still Alice starring Julianne Moore.
The GIF89A file format has survived the '90s to become an artform of its own. Meet some of the masters who are keeping it alive and well.
South African photographer Chris Slabber creates spectacular digital illustrations of faces surfacing from clouds of paint.
Exobiotanica, the latest project from Japanese artist Azuma Makoto, recently launched a white pine bonsai and an untitled floral arrangement into outer space.
Researcher and artist Luis Hernan has captured the invisible body of WiFi on camera. The result is both ghostly and extraordinarily colourful.
British artist Rebecca Louise Law is bringing floral art to the fore with her sublime large-scale installations.
Saturday is the 45th anniversary since the Stonewall Riots launched gay liberation, a good time to look back with pride.
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