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Booker Prize winner Ruth Prawer Jhabvala, winner of two Academy Awards for her screenplays of EM Forster’s novels, died last week in New York.
Barnes & Noble have put their dukes up against Amazon by launching NOOK Press, their own self-publishing service.
Cashed-up buyers are creating a heady market for some lesser known genres including Chinese porcelain, post-war painting and even kitsch.
Amazon swallowed up book enthusiast site Goodreads last week, raising concerns over the monolithic e-tailer’s ongoing monopolisation of book industry.
Where do you fit in the new class system? A British study has exposed the power of cultural capital to push arts lovers up the class ladder.
Some Hollywood companies use geospatial modelling to predict ticket sales but there are simpler techniques for calculating your likely audience.
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Why you should shed the starving artist mentality and turn your creativity into a start-up like these successful creative entrepreneurs.
After delighting Melbourne audiences in 2012, the multi-award winning band of buffoons, Idiots of Ants return with a new hour of fast- paced comedy.
Art Dubai recently wrapped up for yet another year, leaving organisers plenty to boast about after just having experienced its most successful yet.
Chinese censors cut portraits of Chairman Mao from travelling Warhol retrospective.
An $800m arts and entertainment Freeport is set to open in Beijing in 2014.
Argentinian author and illustrator Isol has been awarded the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award for children’s literature.
So you think teaching is an easy stop-gap when you can't earn enough from your art. In fact, it's a whole new art form.
Actress Angelina Jolie has joined foreign secretary for Rotherdam William Hague on a trip to Congo and Rwanda on a campaign against sexual violence.
Portuguese writer-director and former film critic Miguel Gomes (‘Tabu’) will preside over Cannes Critics’ Week Grand Prize this year.
Britain’s top theatre, dance and opera awards contenders for the 37th edition of the Olivier Awards were announced earlier this week.
Project ‘Color + City’ connects free walls to graffiti artists in Sao Paulo.
Graeme Simsion tells us about what he learned from screenwriting, writing humour, overcoming writer's block and inspiration from the world around you.
It is becoming more and more obvious that you could be mor likely to find million-dollar art by accident than pick a million-dollar lottery ticket.
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