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Always at the fore of cultural change, Gene Sherman reinvents her arts foundation, this time with a focus on nurturing creative thinking and ideas.
AGNSW’s Sydney Modern finally gets the green light after lobbying the NSW Government for support for over four years.
A NSW academic has received $3.2 million to harness immersive visualisation technology and pioneer a new approach to the study of subjective experience.
This week reminds us of the importance of respect.
Helpmann Award winner Eddie Perfect joins the creative team of long-gestating musical King Kong for its 2018 Broadway premiere.
A new light commission by American artist James Turrell will transform Brisbane’s Gallery of Modern Art.
The Art Gallery of NSW Board has delayed renewal of Director Michael Brand’s five-year contract for its full term.
Is the face under Ned Kelly's mask the famous bushranger or the artist who painted it, Sidney Nolan?
President Trump's FY 2018 budget blueprint proposes the elimination of the US National Endowment for the Arts, which funds community arts activity across America.
Yosl Bergner spent only 11 years of a long life in Australia but his understanding of the Indigenous tragedy made him an important Australian painter.
A new report has found that the auction market is being usurped by millennials, with different spending and shopping habits.
Some words just got overdone in 2016. It's time to let these overused terms lie fallow for a while, in the hope they may regain some punch.
The iconic British art critic John Berger died yesterday, leaving a legacy of quotable words and tributes from others.
With the Venice Biennale, Documenta and Skulptur Project Munster aligned and new biennales from Antarctica to Kathmandu, 2017 is the perfect year to travel.
Pop star George Michael leaves a legacy of over 500 collected arts works, including Tracey Emin, Marc Quinn, Sarah Lucas and Damien Hirst.
The British Museum has uncovered some tricks to getting visitors to use their audio guide.
As thrilling as they are for audiences, Australia’s musical theatre scene is dominated by productions honed on the West End and Broadway.
From humble beginnings, the Harry Potter books became a global phenomenon. Twenty years after the first book was published, we examine the cultural impact of the series.
Working in an organisation going through a restructure or redevelopment can be a boon or a bust for your career.
Creativity provides a space where – whether through a picture, play, song, or simply scribbles on a piece of paper – we can start making sense of traumatic events.
Looking after yourself is an important part of maintaining creative energy
From pest exterminators to advertising copywriters, the great writers of the past found inventive ways to support themselves and their craft.
A new wave of survey exhibitions indicates renewed interest in looking back over artists' careers. Australian curators discuss this trend.
Battle of the Blockbusters: We take a look at how our blockbuster diet has changed as two diametrically opposed exhibitions both promise big numbers.
Its agenda is laudable – to give more space to Australian artists at our majors – but does it fall down when a stronger lens is put to The National?
The number crunch on artists representing Australia at the Venice Biennale shows two prominent galleries greatly dominate selection.
Are we past the gender pigeonhole? Women artists are divided as to whether the adjective is helping or hindering their careers.
Once more unto the breeches: a feminist mounts a defence of romance fiction, renovated for the 21st century.
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In the tradition of The Handmaid’s Tale, Margaret Atwood delivers another disturbing but seductive dystopia.
Jacinda Woodhead’s first edition as Editor of Overland continues the journal’s tradition of intelligent provocation.
This intimate gem of a work returns us to the primal rewards of masterful storytelling.
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.
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