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A UK artist has created a wearable artwork that changes colour according to pollution levels.
From solo wordless adventure stories to story-heavy adventures created by a team, gaming writing requires a unique set of skills
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We take a look at trending language to help you leverage the world of cultural entrepreneurship.
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Making theatre under the last dictatorship in Europe is a dangerous political act.
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In the era of the selfie, the work of conceptual photographer Cindy Sherman has a new potency.
The arts aren’t a luxury activity. They are central to life. Art is the part of us that is met, and that can't be met in the outside world.
Visitors to Guggenheim NY can now use a solid gold toilet that's both an artwork and a convenience. It's not the first time toilets and their contents have been made into art.
Artists and dealers from all over the world have been fuelled by this international creative hub but is the Berlin hype sustainable.
We have reached Year Zero, a point where cultural policy and infrastructure no longer serves the interests of the arts, the artists or society.
A bricklayer at a barbie held the key to turning the tragedy of asbestos into Dust, a dramatic case study in social change art
Lisa Havilah explains why cultural institutions should be radical and participatory, and shares her secrets to success.
Canberra’s Segue Festival aims to strengthen cultural ties between Europe and Australia, providing benefits for artists and audiences alike.
The idea of creative industries is based on an economy that has no way to count the things that matter.
The arts may contain the answer to a failing society but only if we stop buying in to the dominant economic model.
Probably not, but the use case is changing globally. Better data is essential to keeping up with customer needs.
The US market is booming with the highest ever level of sales but China's decline has punctured the global art market.
The British Museum owns a number of priceless pieces of Aboriginal art, and claim they’re the best possible home for Australian heritage items.
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Speculated about for years, an art historian claims the true identity of the Mona Lisa is half man and half woman.
Move over Lindt bunnies and hollow eggs. Chocolate can be political, sexy or witty in the hands of a cheeky painter or provocative installation artist.
Letting your art speak for itself is a luxury you probably can’t afford. Confident public speaking on and offstage increases your opportunities to work.
So you thought stencils were easy art for people who couldn't draw. Not these winners.
What if designers created logos that reflected the less flattering aspects of their clients' behaviour? We don't think you will be seeing these on anyone's business card.
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