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Former winners and honorees of the Monash Prize share their tips on entering a literary competition.
A swarm of 4000 handcrafted magnetic butterflies will travel across the globe in an ambitious street art project that will connect participants and the art through social media.
These designers have taken merging with nature to the next step.
Move over Burj Khalifa you’re about to be dwarfed by Saudi Arabia’s Kingdom Tower.
There is much hubris in the community art sector but cultural solutions to social problems should expect failure
To celebrate Shakespeare's 450th birthday, Australia's leading exponent asks why actors and audiences still love the Bard.
Surfers, skateboarders and snowboarders are both consumers and creators of cutting edge design.
The Hive-Inn, a structure made up of a hive of shipping containers, is a hot favourite in Radical Innovation Awards.
An award winning syringe design is helping stop the spread of disease through its innovative colouring system.
McArthur River Mine has had devastating consequences on a community and its environment; Jacky Green brings us that other story.
Famed film-maker turns to live art performance for a unique one-act work commissioned by the Biennale of Sydney and Carriageworks.
If money were no object, here are five of the most quirky and interesting hotel designs we want to stay in this long weekend.
A British design company has created a series of brand identities for eminent historical figures.
British artist Jane Perkins collects unwanted and abandoned objects to give classic masterpieces a twist.
Studio Link-Arc has revealed plans for China’s pavilion in the 2015 Expo Milano.
Cultural entrepreneurship is the new future and you can meet those leading the field at this global summit to be held in Sydney.
Working a regular job can be a straitjacket but for many creative types – a daily routine by is an enabler that facilitates, rather than inhibits, creative output.
The British author died on Thursday, after a stroke, eliciting grief around the world from writers and readers alike.
With the retirement of Ron Radford from the NGA, one of the top visual arts jobs in the country is open. Who are the likely candidates to shape our National Gallery?
Leonard Cohen and Helen Reddy are both seniors, modelling the power of the arts to sustain later life.
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