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Countless arts projects in Australia-Asia arts projects falter over different understanding of time.
Photographer Darrin Zammit-Lupi is bringing his politically charged work with asylum seekers to the Ballarat Foto Biennale.
Successful leaders of major performing arts centres in Australia, Singapore, South Korea and NZ juggle financial, political and artistic challenges.
Fascination with forensics is spawning a genre of death art, confronting mortality including some of the most gruesome aspects of crime scene investigation (CSI).
Our love affair with the planets has influenced many composers, of whom Holst is just one among many.
Emotional shocks and grief can blow your life apart but they can also be the very thing that connects you to what it is to be human.
A dystopian view of the future locks art and culture into a virtual world where everyone lives a Kardashian-style online augmented existence.
Artists have extraordinary power to change the way people think but it takes more than good intentions.
Online sharing has created new rules of exchange for artists who must find ways of converting followers who like their work into paying customers.
If you're tired of swiping left and right on Tinder, stepping into the gallery might take you one step closer to Cupid's arrow.
For Strangerland, director Kim Farrant dealt with the awesome experience of Nicole Kidman and the innocence of a fifteen year old model. How did she do it?
A reader’s ability to view female characters as complex, layered, intellectual beings would have a profound effect on how they view actual women.
Within little more than a decade, more Australians will live alone than in nuclear families. The arts will be essential to ensuring that we do not face an epidemic of loneliness.
Prioritising mental health can yield both positive economic and cultural benefits for arts organisations.
Museums can be safe places for unsafe topics but a leading museum director asks whether there is a point when ideas become too dangerous for museums to present.
Disruption is the new mantra. We look at how cultural organisations can use it to accelerate brand alignment with sponsors to sustain their futures.
In an era when anyone with a smart phone can quickly sate their erotic appetite, do carnal desires still help market a show?
An online art broker enables you to source a Picasso print or a Piccinini sculpture without traipsing the galleries.
The arts sector has reacted with deep concern to the removal of funding from the Australia Council in favour of a new body controlled by the Ministry.
While the arts sector faces challenges to secure funding and capture audiences in the digital age, the leading hub for technology and entrepreneurship, Silicon Valley may hold the key to innovation.
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