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If you work in the arts, money is tight. You need to know when to save and when to spend on your music.
Performers train for years and rehearse for weeks. Is it too much to expect a little effort from audiences? Share these tips with your ticket-holders.
How would you feel if your work was selected for the Museum of Bad Art? For some it's success of a kind.
Australia’s long-running Melbourne Fringe Festival inspired a group of artists to launch Sweden’s Stockholm Fringe Festival.
As we say goodbye to yet another year we take a look at what YouTube videos had all the world talking in 2012.
We’re one step closer to more accurately predicting what films, performances and television shows will be taking out the 2013 Golden Globe Awards.
Taboo art can serve many functions: it can open up a dialogue about a sensitive topic; it can break new boundaries; and it can also be simply offensive. Here, we look at what makes taboo art.
The usual verdict on a film adaption is almost universally that the book was better. But is that always the case?
E.L. James’ 50 Shades of Grey and J.K. Rowling’s adult novel Casual Vacancy have missed out on the shortlist for the Literary Review’s annual Bad Sex Awards.
Billy Joel, Rihanna and Katy Perry are just some of the musicians who have voiced their opposition to Pandora radio’s efforts to cut music royalties by 85%.
We take a journey through some of the hottest countries for ‘world music’ to discover the sounds that are shaping the true universal language that is music.
‘Life of Pi’ director Ang Lee has spoken out about his efforts to make this small art house flick appeal to a wider audience.
Top tips to making an independent record that finds an audience.
New York's arts and entertainment community is reeling from the effects of Hurricane Sandy.
It might take you a week to write a poem or a song. But three years? Five? Eight? That’s the kind of time it takes to write a novel.
Creativity doesn't just belong on stage. Arts organisations need creative business managers, marketers and administrators too.
The development of the tallest clock tower in the world – the Abraj al-Bait – shines light on the uncertain future of Saudi Arabia’s heritage sites.
Damien Hirst's reputation as an artist and provocateur soars as he's accused of killing 9,000 butterflies in the name of art and unveils a controversial new public art piece in the seaside town of Ilfracombe in the UK.
Arts and environment activist Alison Tickell is back in Australia to remind us of the importance of making environmental sustainability intrinsic to the business, art and ethics of the creative industries.
Here are ten fail-safe techniques to harness social networking tools to build arts audience interest and loyalty.
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