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An elderly woman who attempted to restore a 19th century historic painting has unfortunately ruined the masterpiece in the process.
Spare Parts is a unique exhibition of artistic prosthetic limbs set to take over London later this month.
Concert Prices and Live Income: Can you rely on live performance as an income source? Is live touring really the only way? We offer some tips on how to do it right.
At this year’s Melbourne Art Fair, a displaced New Zealand arts space defies what has been described as a post-quake cultural deadening.
Controversy continued to surround Pussy Riot's trial in a first week marked by abused defendants, a bomb threat and missing witnesses.
Are you a natural born musician? Check out this new test exploring whether air guitar players are as musical as the pros.
An international anti-piracy law agreement has been utterly rejected by European nations. So what does this mean for the global arts community?
Comics are shedding their schoolboy image to hit the big time as graphic novels.
UK Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt has suggested the implementation of a new state-subsidised arts channel that will require arts groups to broadcast their performances in order to receive government funding.
“Why do I have to have a pub job to hire a studio?” Chris Casali has heard this question too often. The head teacher at St George School of Fine Art and colleague Rose Harrison have an answer.
A team of archaeologists have discovered the remains of the theatre where William Shakespeare’s Henry V was first performed.
What makes a creative team spark? Sociologists have developed a mathematical formula to measure the answer.
Karl Lagerfeld has reignited the debate over art’s place in fashion, a debate that pits Schiaparelli & Dali against Prada and Kidult.
On the 27th January 2012, Danny Boyle, the Artistic Director of the Opening Ceremony for the London 2012 Olympic Games, celebrated the six month count down to the Olympic Games by revealing that the occasion has been inspired by the monologue, Isles of Wonder, delivered by Caliban in William Shakespeare’s The Tempest.
The film industry is often perceived as one of the most glamorous industries there is. But what’s it really like to work on site? We discover the joys and stresses of location management.
A recently published study suggests that self-deception inhibits laughter.
An active artist is automatically a media activist. The new media is a natural extension of what artists do.
An L.A. street artist has allowed his love for rap music to take shape through his art, producing paintings of famous rappers as medieval noblemen.
We’re all born artists but only 0.2% of all Australians will make it their life. Somewhere along the way the rest of us made a choice.
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