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In 1966, a British planner called Maurice Broady came up with a new term for the architectural lexicon: architectural determinism.
A Paul Thomas Anderson auteur work, a Leonardo DiCaprio vehicle and a Godzilla remake our film critics picks the must-sees.
While booksellers count up their Christmas sales, publishers are already planning what to stock on shelves in the year ahead.
Japanese art, fashion and design, Afghani and Italian masters – it's a cornucopia of art events that brace the 2014 calendar.
The lone artist is a myth in a world where art, design and product overlap. It’s time artists acknowledged their collaborators.
Festivals can also be places of extreme sensory overload. A recent Situate Lab tackled what that means..
Ticket numbers don't tell the whole story but how do you calculate the value of empathy, transformation or community-building?
Why does the death of an artist hit us so hard, and why do we need to publicise our grief?
Some believe that suicide has reached cultural epidemic proportions. Art can help the healing process.
Taking your show on the road isn’t cheap, but there are definitely advantages to finding new audiences interstate.
Writer and Communications Professional Lliane Clarke shares her ten tips for using the new age medium to promote your arts event.
The open access model ensures that the Fringe spirit is truly represented.
Marie Force used Facebook to help her become a best-selling author. How can you do the same?
Artists are neither possessed nor victims of mental illness, but creativity can channel their demons.
Is a theatre company smart or cowardly to ban a critic from its show?
With the rise of ebooks, a compelling thumbnail image is essential and a new competitive design marketplace has emerged.
Apple’s defeat in last week’s anti-trust suit proves there’s something rotten at its core, but the implications are broad.
Creative people are more prone to depression but positive thinking may be just what they don't need.
The practice of ranking performances on a five star rating system is unproductive and inhibits trust in reviewers.
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