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The Artissima contemporary art fair is set apart by its orientation around appreciating the art.
The British Council’s exchange programs play a vital role in developing the careers of Australian creative practitioners.
The British Council is ideally placed to draw on the UK’s global leadership in Inclusivity arts policy and practice.
Through its ACCELERATE program the British Council nurtures the leadership potential of Indigenous high achievers in the arts.
The British Council in Australia plays a vital role in fostering cultural leadership and helping local creative talent to make a mark internationally.
From poetry to memoir, literature can help us come to grips with the chaotic nature of conflict.
The UN is investigating intellectual property law and the right to culture but failing to consider the rights of authors.
Opinions & Analysis
What's more important: winning a literary award, or being shortlisted for one? And who's reading all the books that aren't listed?
Haruki Murakami has touched down at the Edinburgh International Book Festival – and the hysteria is just beginning.
The University of Wollongong will house the digital archive of counterculture magazine OZ, continuing the lit legend.
Some 39 poems have been attributed to the ill-fated Mary I of Scotland - so why do we know so little about her writings?
If you have been wondering how your ability to perceive the world in pictures can get you a job, it's time to discover the world of graphic recording.
Fires, earthquakes, and plane crashes kill art too. Here are 10 great works of art we'll never lay our eyes on again.
Bits & Blogs
Former winners and honorees of the Monash Prize share their tips on entering a literary competition.
To celebrate Shakespeare's 450th birthday, Australia's leading exponent asks why actors and audiences still love the Bard.
The British author died on Thursday, after a stroke, eliciting grief around the world from writers and readers alike.
If you want to make big money from fiction write for young people or write thrillers and forget about literary prizes.
It's probably not wise to tell the guy who holds your life in his hands, that he is a patronising old fart but it can be tempting.
The prejudice against fantasy novels misses the social and emotional value they offer, especially for young readers.
Adrian Newstead’s new expose on the Aboriginal Art Market has everyone talking.
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