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We talk to self-publishing authors who have sold over 1.5 millions books, signed publishing deals and generated additional income.
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.
Great expectations and a virtual world are among the megatrends changing the role of museums and arts organisations.
In the internet age, paper is becoming the province of obscure and eclectic niche subjects.
Angry creditors who performed at Peats Ridge have joined the queue of artists asking what they can do when they don't get paid.
The mobility of an arts career is an advantage but re-establishing yourself can be another full-time job.
The arts are a powerful tool for social change but it takes more than good intentions for an arts project to really make a difference.
Award-winning playwright behind Jersey Boys and The Addams Family tells us what writers can learn from advertising, listening, exercise and gin.
Playwrights are doing less writing and more listening as they rework true-life stories from gay parenting to race riots.
A 30th birthday is a target many people set themselves for making it in an arts career. But is it realistic?
Cashed-up buyers are creating a heady market for some lesser known genres including Chinese porcelain, post-war painting and even kitsch.
Amazon swallowed up book enthusiast site Goodreads last week, raising concerns over the monolithic e-tailer’s ongoing monopolisation of book industry.
Funding spent on management can't be spent on creating work so why are arts administrators such a key part of the arts sector?
Where do you fit in the new class system? A British study has exposed the power of cultural capital to push arts lovers up the class ladder.
An $800m arts and entertainment Freeport is set to open in Beijing in 2014.
So you think teaching is an easy stop-gap when you can't earn enough from your art. In fact, it's a whole new art form.
Graeme Simsion tells us about what he learned from screenwriting, writing humour, overcoming writer's block and inspiration from the world around you.
The Catholic Church finally has a new Pope, so we only thought it fitting to take a look at the ways in which this religious figure has been depicted throughout popular culture.
YouTube has unveiled plans to launch its own subscription-based music streaming service later this year, leaving everyone wondering whether it can compete with music streaming giant Spotify.
Illegal downloads are starving creativity but attacking the consumer misses the point.
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