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Commissioned by think tank A New Approach, the report adds to the growing evidence that arts and culture has major benefits for quality of life.
In another ethical win for the NGA, three Indian sculptures have been repatriated on the basis of fresh evidence in the ongoing Kapoor case.
Are our arts spaces inclusive of mums? A new manifesto developed out of the lived experience of mothers working in the arts has a number of demands for the sector.
The NGA has announced its acquisition of Patricia Piccinini's Skywhale alongside a new commission, Skywhalepapa, to be unveiled in March 2020.
A new pairing of Australian innovation and museum sector know-how is set to have a global impact.
An artist known for challenging power structures and conformity, Marcus Fusinato pairs up with curator Alexie Glass-Kantor to represent Australia at Venice in 2021.
The new Countess Report shows that independent sectors lead the visual arts in gender equality, while state institutions fall behind.
Gripped by violent protests, the Chilean capital of Santiago has been buoyed by a creative outburst in the face of government curfews.
Now in its sixth year, World Ballet Day is a global celebration of dance and a unique look at a day in the life of some of the world’s best dancers and ballet companies.
Bernardine Evaristo, the first black woman to win the award since it started in 1969, shares the prize with Margaret Atwood.
New research shows that art in the workplace improves mental fatigue, suggesting a valuable commercial opportunity for artists.
Sotheby’s Australia has announced that a collection of treasures from the estate of Colleen McCullough will go to auction later this month.
Gillian Armstrong and Pearl Tan speak out on taking over the power positions in film, TV and theatre, plus how women can build sustainable careers.
Sleepless Summer endeavours to rally support for democracy protests with works from Australian and Hong Kong artists.
The Bundjalung author’s hard-hitting novel wins Australia’s most prestigious literary award.
Australian music is performing remarkably overseas, according to a new Australia Council report.
As the climate crisis deepens, should Australian arts organisations reject sponsorship and donations from the fossil fuel sector?
As the demand for accessible tours increases, museums are adapting by developing multi-sensory aesthetic experiences.
Advice from business leaders on asking governments for money, embedding culture in the political agenda, and getting the language right when you come to the table.
Reading and writing can prevent cognitive decline.
From upcycling to reducing packaging, artists look at how they can limit the damage their work does to the environment.
How do we create intimacy in an audio story that is plausible, genuine and keeps the listener engaged? We speak with two producers about their podcasts.
Sustaining a creative career is difficult for mothers, but as Dr Jackie Bailey argues there is a growing awareness of the need to better support women with children in the creative industries.
Artists have helped revitalise urban spaces but in the UK real estate developments are using art as a tool of gentrification. One arts project satirised the skyrocketing prices that drive artists out of the very areas they are making more valuable.
Has the internet damaged arts criticism beyond repair? In her new Platform Paper, Alison Croggon argues that the web has oversimplified cultural discussion and chased clicks over critiques.
Far from political correctness being the arch enemy of comedy, comedian and beloved rabblerouser Tim Ferguson believes that neither could exist without the other.
Despite living in an age of uncertainty, Australia Council CEO, Adrian Collette is convinced that there is reason to be hopeful. His keynote address from Artstate Tamworth explains why.
Taking on sexual harassment means acknowledging that arts organisations inherently work with power and this should be managed, according to NAVA's Esther Anatolitis.
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