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More than 130 Ministers of Culture caught up in a global online meeting aimed at laying out recovery strategies for our post-COVID world.
This book is nothing less than a small masterpiece.
Olivia Wolfe is as tough and as resourceful as anyone who has inhabited the fictional world of crime.
Cooke’s Robyn Davidson Writers on Writers is a cool, clever look at an elusive and enigmatic presence who illuminates the dark heart of Australian letters.
This is a book about people who love chickens and about the chickens they love. Their stories are told in words and pictures.
As the coronavirus spread and lockdown conditions increased, Carly Findlay received news her book would be delayed. She chats with her contributors about what the decision means for them.
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Skills are transferable, age is a factor and sometimes you just need to take a chance when it feels right.
Writer Alice Procter encourages the reader to think more critically and challenge the institutionalised paradigms of power and privilege in our museums and art galleries.
With her daughter E out of school with COVID-19, Dr Jackie Bailey found herself a homeschooling teacher juggling screentime and the pressures of other parents.
Legislation enacted at a time of crisis has a tendency to erode civil liberties.
Eisenberg can pack all the emotion and insights of a novel into a single short story.
While writing her book She I Dare Not Name: A Spinsters Meditation on Life, Donna Ward thought a lot about living alone. Here she shares five tips for artists living alone in the time of Covid-19.
Arts improve mental health. Megan Sheehy looks at ways the arts can help from virtual dance parties to everyday haiku.
Professor Peter O’Connor has long been an advocate of art's importance in healing after trauma. Here, he gives his views on the role the arts may step into post-COVID-19.
The Animals in That Country is an eerily prescient story of a novel virus which leaves those affected with the ability to communicate with animals.
Psychologist and soprano Greta Bradman, a member of the Arts Wellbeing Collective Advisory Group, offers up some simple advice about self-care during the pandemic.
With COVID-19 closures, visibility for arts organisations is more important than ever to maintain audiences, and grow new support.
A novel of reminiscence for a different time: 1980s Australia and its rumbustious music scene.
Who’d have thought a pandemic would trigger a global renaissance for the craft sector, as a balm for both the soul and the pocket? Helped along by modern technology.
In a post-coronavirus world, opera has a unique opportunity to redress and re-birth for lasting change.
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