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Science has shown us the facts but art is needed to stimulate action on climate change.
Not many artists choose posthumous publication but the children's author has more than a cat under his hat.
An increasing number of designers are working without pay, pinning their hopes on prize money to bankroll their work.
Musician P!nk speaks out against body-shaming and reminds us how tough it is for female musicians to be judged on their music.
Prizes honouring service commitment to the performance industry, spreading the message of peace and UK theatrical talent.
The boys of the Australian Ballet have just discovered that pointe shoes are not only for girls.
Artists and performers are using guerrilla marketing tactics to find audiences among those searching for love on online dating platforms like Tinder.
Australian realist painter dies in England aged 78, while preparing for exhibition.
Australia’s only female director of the National Gallery of Australia, Betty Churcher dies at the age of 84.
In Rachel Power's Motherhood & Creativity, 22 women speak frankly about the various challenges and pleasures they’ve faced when combining motherhood with an undiminished passion for their creative work.
From street to museum to marketing meme, this infographic tells two stories.
With the rise of art fairs and biennales internationally, Australian artists are competing in global shopping malls that dictate the market for good or ill.
Is an over-sized milk crate better than a bronze of another eminent white male? Multi-million dollar commissions make public art an increasingly polarising topic.
Over 350 objects and military camouflage fabric are used to create a powerful statement about the casualities of global conflict.
You probably know you should have a business plan. Did you know you might need two?
The bridge between the amateur and professional worlds of creative arts takes an unreliable and circuitous route.
In the future, social media will be as common as Paypal for making purchases. How will that impact on the arts sector?
The shop has become a key component to the museum experience, but also a robust revenue stream vital to galleries of all scales.
Writer’s block has little to do with procrastination, or laziness. Writer Lee Kofman inspects the phenomenon and shares her painful three year experience.
Improvisation skills can deliver work by improving audition performance and providing a strong background for corporate training.
Will future historians view the internet as heralding a new Dark Age, a time of lost opportunity and widespread cultural regression?
Rowena Orr SC, who appeared, with Neil Clelland QC, for Paul Yore in his 2014 fight against child pornography charges discusses the implications of the case for freedom of expression.
In the age where celebrity and even notoriety are revered, one of the skills that artists are encouraged to assiduously cultivate is to be 'seen'.
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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.
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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