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A group of new media artists claim they were excluded from the ISEA event in Sydney this year.
In the wake of the Pussy Riot saga Russia has passed a bill to hand out jail terms to those who offend religious beliefs.
If an algorithm can construct a narrative, what is the role for a museum or gallery?
There are not enough jobs for designers and that's only part of the problem for those wanting to make it in the industry.
Faster network speeds, accessible technology and wider acknowledgement have allowed electronic art to flourish.
The Venice Biennale features 88 countries and 150 artists. We’ve picked some of the best for this visual guide.
The British Council’s Indigenous Australian creative leadership programme is now open for talented Indigenous Australian creatives
A massive cultural precinct development in Hong Kong promises jobs for museum, theatre and visual arts professionals.
From theatre to multimedia, collaboration is at the core of the creative process. The AFTRS journal Lumina is tackling the question of what it means to be engaged in a collaborative art form.
It’s been a rollercoaster week for Barnes and Noble and their e-book business Nook Media.
Move over Monopoly, there’s a new currency kid on the block that buys more than Mayfair.
An Australia artist is turning medical necessity into creative opportunity, preparing to perform while on dialysis.
In the internet age, paper is becoming the province of obscure and eclectic niche subjects.
A court case in the US is likely to have a big impact on contemporary artists working with collage,mash-ups and appropriation art.
After nearly 50-years packed in boxes in a New York university , 119 pieces of Stolen Generation artwork return to Australia.
'To Kill a Mockingbird' author Harper Lee has filed a law suit against the literary agent who duped her out of royalties.
Art classes changed the poorest scoring school in a US district to an exemplar of student improvement.
Angry creditors who performed at Peats Ridge have joined the queue of artists asking what they can do when they don't get paid.
Self-publishing service provider Author Solutions, owned by Penguin, sued by authors claiming it’s not an ‘independent publisher’.
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