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How did an event cinema company called CinemaLive ride the death of lantern slides in cinemas into an operation in two countries and seventy territories? It is a long, tangled and inventive tale.
Digital disruption is putting audiences in the habit of getting what they want - and having a say in how it is made.
Tap into arts-focused online platforms to access materials, administrative support, spaces and customers in a dynamic global economy.
Research on sportspeople shows the power of this technique. It can be applied just as effectively to building an arts career.
Were any arts funding bodies or philanthropists brave enough to implement these suggestions from the US they might come close to getting what they actually want.
New research and a new lobby group in the screen sector rewrites the playbook on the approach to piracy.
Education’s hottest topic is STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths) while the subjects that teach us human values are undervalued.
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How big is the piracy problem? Will it go away? We look behind the headlines to the significance of Department of Communications piracy research released this week.
ACMI believes it is the first in the world to appoint a Chief eXperience Officer, a position designed to reimagine the museum visit for the digital age.
Touring Swan Lake in China is not the kind of cultural diplomacy that will help Australia gain a foothold in Asia.
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.
Digital space needs to utilised at every level of an arts organisation, from creative to marketing and funding.
As the Australia Council faces $110 million in lost funding, Deputy Chair Robyn Archer argues for the importance of 'saplings and ground cover' to the resilience she considers the essential skill for the sector.
Online sharing has created new rules of exchange for artists who must find ways of converting followers who like their work into paying customers.
24 Frames Per Second is an ambitious project that brings together 239 artists, dancers and filmmaker in the commissioning of new video work.
Positive change only ever happens when you are outside of your comfort zone. Here are some techniques to help make the leap.
China will not do business with countries that don't also offer both cultural and political relationships.
Principles of arms-length funding are being sacrificed to a 'trickle down' approach the Federal Government would not countenance in other parts of the economy.
Humans are programmed to care about stories so making the most of yours will help market your work.
Culture is a key to a technology and entrepreneurial phenomenon that returns to Sydney following sold-out events in London and NY.
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