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Sustaining a creative career is difficult for mothers, but as Dr Jackie Bailey argues there is a growing awareness of the need to better support women with children in the creative industries.
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Artists have helped revitalise urban spaces but in the UK real estate developments are using art as a tool of gentrification. One arts project satirised the skyrocketing prices that drive artists out of the very areas they are making more valuable.
Has the internet damaged arts criticism beyond repair? In her new Platform Paper, Alison Croggon argues that the web has oversimplified cultural discussion and chased clicks over critiques.
Far from political correctness being the arch enemy of comedy, comedian and beloved rabblerouser Tim Ferguson believes that neither could exist without the other.
Despite living in an age of uncertainty, Australia Council CEO, Adrian Collette is convinced that there is reason to be hopeful. His keynote address from Artstate Tamworth explains why.
Taking on sexual harassment means acknowledging that arts organisations inherently work with power and this should be managed, according to NAVA's Esther Anatolitis.
In a world of political polarisation, environmental emergency and inequality, can museums become centres that improve mental health? Tony Butler believes they can.
Addressing the climate emergency and improving relationships with Indigenous Australians and Pacific Islanders means building people-to-people exchange, according to our new British High Commissioner.
When actor Neil Pigot found himself diagnosed with depression he denied the diagnosis and tried to go on. With that ‘regrettable decision’ he prolonged his recovery and made it harder to find a way out.
China’s influence in the arts has long been tied to its political goals. Alison Carroll looks at how it has become more insidious in recent years.
Dealer Michael Reid give us a transparent 101 of the cost, and benefits, of art fairs in a changing market.
Arts and wellness educator Molly W. Schenck talks about how to have tough conversations in art without traumatising collaborators.
The Australia Council’s first international leadership residential took place in Indonesia and Laura Pike looks at what she learnt from the experience.
Based on her research into what makes a good ally, Associate Professor Bree Hadley looks at how we can improve our own behaviours to create authentic allyship.
Being an ally means being prepared to do the difficult work towards structural change.
Ahead of Love Your Bookshop Day, Australian Booksellers Association CEO Robbie Egan argues that your local book store thrives on being personal.
Looking for bigger audiences and permanence for dance experiences led Sue Healey to film as a way of capturing the experience.
Fight director, actor, critic and dramaturge Dr Danielle Rosvally starts all her theatre students off with one simple lesson which begins with critical skills in the car park.
Relationship building was an important part of the agenda for Alex Raupach when he attended the Communicating the Arts Conference.
Why Australia's space race is caught in nostalgia, when we should be asking if it’s responsible to glorify space advancement at the cost of society, and how artists are shifting that conversation.
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