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How Vegemite-loving flies prompted the thong dress is just one of the stories in the NFSA’s first online exhibition.
Australia's largest street art collectors first had to convince the artists that they were not undercover cops.
Perth International Arts Festival’s Jonathan Holloway gave delegates at the recent APACA conference a frank insight into arts festivals with his controversial comment that they can be seen as 'fundamentally unjustifiable'.
The world is unlikely to hear about your genius if it doesn’t leave your bedroom. But are you using every technique available to get your career on the radar of the powerful?
British designer Kate Moross was in Sydney for Semi-Permanent imparting tips, including why pizza was the greatest creative stimulant.
Why do Australians prefer European garden design, even when they choose modern architecture and interiors?
The recent Remix conference explored how technology and entrepreneurship are remaking culture in the information age.
London's Natural History Museum has five million visitors through the door each year but twice that through smart social media.
The Queensland Centre for Photography shuts its doors this week in the wake of funding cuts but it intends to reopen in the US.
Former winners and honorees of the Monash Prize share their tips on entering a literary competition.
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.
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?
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In a secular sermon, popular philosopher Alain de Botton has challenged galleries to become more emotionally aware.
Whether the Biennale of Sydney survives may depend on the independence of the Australia Council in the face of an angry Minister.
The prejudice against fantasy novels misses the social and emotional value they offer, especially for young readers.
SAMAG tackles the topic on everybody’s list – what are the trends in digital engagement and how do we nab those virtual audiences?
Australians are used to thinking of New Zealand as a place to ski or hike but for arts lovers NZ is a becoming a desirable place to soak up spectacle or discover new art.
A New Zealand city has made an architectural virtue from a planning necessity turning Napier into an international Art Deco mecca.
Discussion about work-life balance for young parents typically focus on business types battling to get to the childcare centre on time. But there are no child care services that cover tour commitments or evening performances.
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