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Over-sensitive political correctness is damaging freedom of expression, the Festival of Dangerous Ideas was told.
Many artists find a baby a hindrance to creative life but child-friendly residency programs help parents continue their creative careers.
Social media can be a vital career-building platform or vanity publishing that gets in the way of your real work.
The Man Booker-winning author cited the leaked Nauru files as an answer to why writing matters.
Digital media now dictates a child's initial experience of literature, art and - most worryingly - often creative discovery.
ArtsHub speaks with Frances Morris, Director of Tate Modern on managing risk, gender bias, funding constraints and partnerships with Australia.
At just 27, Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran has taken over the National Gallery with an exhibition that questions the face of ceramics today.
Planning for, and managing, an artist’s estate is not often considered until it is too late. Don't haunt your relatives with hassles from your legacy.
Standing desks? Plants ? Ping pong tables? Workplace design for creativity isn't quite that simple.
A creative practice usually involves long hours spent by yourself, but being alone doesn’t have to lead to loneliness.
You don’t need to sew your lips together or take to the streets to make political art. In fact, your work may be more political than you realise.
'Anxiety is the handmaiden of creativity', wrote TS Eliot. But modern research shows the relationship is much more complicated.
Images are taking over our lives, but at what cost?
Between blogger and published author, there is a gulf but it can be breached.
From solo wordless adventure stories to story-heavy adventures created by a team, gaming writing requires a unique set of skills
Punk spoke urgently when it first broke in the Seventies. Four decades on, what remains of the movement's anger and energy?
Making theatre under the last dictatorship in Europe is a dangerous political act.
Mad genius? Lonely eccentric? Attention seeker? We debunk the myths in search of the real creative personality.
Artists and dealers from all over the world have been fuelled by this international creative hub but is the Berlin hype sustainable.
A bricklayer at a barbie held the key to turning the tragedy of asbestos into Dust, a dramatic case study in social change art
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