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Appropriate museum display of Asian art requires an understanding of Eastern philosophy.
Lisa Slade’s take on the Wunderkammer compounds the adage that everything old is new again, stamping a fresh brand on this 25-year old event that is based in partnerships.
Countless arts projects in Australia-Asia arts projects falter over different understanding of time.
Photographer Darrin Zammit-Lupi is bringing his politically charged work with asylum seekers to the Ballarat Foto Biennale.
Fascination with forensics is spawning a genre of death art, confronting mortality including some of the most gruesome aspects of crime scene investigation (CSI).
Emotional shocks and grief can blow your life apart but they can also be the very thing that connects you to what it is to be human.
Online sharing has created new rules of exchange for artists who must find ways of converting followers who like their work into paying customers.
If you're tired of swiping left and right on Tinder, stepping into the gallery might take you one step closer to Cupid's arrow.
Within little more than a decade, more Australians will live alone than in nuclear families. The arts will be essential to ensuring that we do not face an epidemic of loneliness.
Museums can be safe places for unsafe topics but a leading museum director asks whether there is a point when ideas become too dangerous for museums to present.
Disruption is the new mantra. We look at how cultural organisations can use it to accelerate brand alignment with sponsors to sustain their futures.
An online art broker enables you to source a Picasso print or a Piccinini sculpture without traipsing the galleries.
The arts sector has reacted with deep concern to the removal of funding from the Australia Council in favour of a new body controlled by the Ministry.
If you can't be at the world's biggest art party, you can at least enjoy the vicarious pleasure of knowing what is exciting the crowds at the 56th Venice Biennale.
Sharing and the mobile generation are defining journalism today, moving the brand to the writer and the curator of content to the reader.
Design thinking applies creativity not just to your program but also to the way you do business, especially in online strategy.
Australia $7.5 million has opened in Venice to general acclaim and the occasional jeer.
Quotas? Professional pathways? Clear metrics of success? Arts managers consider a range of options to increase cultural and gender diversity in the arts.
Textile art is back bolder and more conceptually-driven than ever before, challenging definitions of material and practice.
Lost audiences cost five times more to re-engage than it costs to retain them so get retention right.
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