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Violinist William Hennessy is inspired by the French pianist Alfred Cortot.
Many artists find a baby a hindrance to creative life but child-friendly residency programs help parents continue their creative careers.
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.
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.
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.
A bricklayer at a barbie held the key to turning the tragedy of asbestos into Dust, a dramatic case study in social change art
Lisa Havilah explains why cultural institutions should be radical and participatory, and shares her secrets to success.
Canberra’s Segue Festival aims to strengthen cultural ties between Europe and Australia, providing benefits for artists and audiences alike.
Australia's top women philanthropists talk gender and generation in the sector of giving.
The pressure on board members to write large cheques may prevent arts organisations accessing valuable talent.
Picking favourites can be a revealing exercise. On the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death, we discover how his words resonate for the Australian arts sector.
Move over crowdfunding. Emma Dunch tells us how to utilise our digital engagement to drive fundraising.
Artists engaging with diversity risk being accused of appropriation.
The Brussels attacks have again thrust Islamic terrorists centre stage, and the way Western theatre portrays Muslims may be part of the problem.
400 years after his death, Shakespeare offers some sharp insights into contemporary politics.
When you are a child actor, chubby means cute. When you hit adolescence, it can be agony. And as an adult...
Deafness isn’t only a concern for rock musicians - anyone around music a lot has reason to be worried.
The pause for applause after completing a trick regularly punctuates circus shows – but is it impeding the art form’s evolution?
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