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We hear often about successful creative pairings but there are also pitfalls that can derail a project. Avoid these three traps.
The fairy tale of a big break is usually only half the story. Years of preparation is often behind an 'overnight success'.
Every leader is one of three things: an inspiring mentor, a forgettable blip, or a terrible story that colleagues tell to get a laugh at the bar. Directors prompt a lot of bar stories.
Photographers often take thousands of images in a shoot. How do you find the single one to become your show's poster child?
When developing countries need clean water, can we justify arts philanthropy? Philosopher Peter Singer, artistic director Robyn Archer and arts manager Pippa Dickson argue the toss.
How does a manager balance the individualism needed for elite performance with the collectivism of an ensemble? A little help from workplace management helps.
A VIP pass on the festival circuit with hundreds of top international artists sounds glamorous. Months living out of a suitcase, not so much.
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.
Were any arts funding bodies or philanthropists brave enough to implement these suggestions from the US they might come close to getting what they actually want.
MIFF joins galleries, museums and installation spaces as a venue for immersive film that breaches traditional art form boundaries.
The artists as individual, innovator or iconoclast are Western archetype unhelpful in working with Asian art.
A backlash against digital photography is driving interest in all photos and processes.
New research and a new lobby group in the screen sector rewrites the playbook on the approach to piracy.
Thrifty veteran filmmaker Paul Cox says he doesn't make low budget films. He is simply responsible and happy to undermine a greedy system.
Appropriate museum display of Asian art requires an understanding of Eastern philosophy.
Education’s hottest topic is STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths) while the subjects that teach us human values are undervalued.
How big is the piracy problem? Will it go away? We look behind the headlines to the significance of Department of Communications piracy research released this week.
Touring Swan Lake in China is not the kind of cultural diplomacy that will help Australia gain a foothold in Asia.
The recent furore over a dress worn by Taylor Swift has lessons for designers in how to protect your creative work.
Four years after the devastating Tsunami, parts of Japan are still in recovery. An artist from Polyglot reflects on working with communities affected by the disaster.
The byte may destroy the book but the novel isn’t over yet.
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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.
Do people still buy albums anymore? If they do, these are the releases they should be listening to.
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.
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