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Reading for pleasure has been re-discovered by many during lockdown and children’s author Jane Godwin believes we should find ways to keep the habit to build a sense of empathy and hope in children.
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What does 'normal' look like in a post-COVID environment? We asked four curators to gaze into their crystal balls and offer their views on where the visual arts sector might be in 12 months’ time.
New York Times-bestselling Australian author Sean Williams offers advice on the different ways to approach creative co-writing.
The recent fee increases for university humanities degrees will have knock-on effect for the arts. Fleur Kilpatrick argues that now is the time to show pride in arts degrees and where they could take you.
From the film Fame to MeToo and most recently COVID-19, history says there is still more that can be done to protect those seeking to pursue careers in the performing arts.
Ever wondered about SEO? Or using social media to promote your artwork? Our second video in this series looks at how to get your art found by search engines and the arts community.
COVID-19 has impacted most heavily on those who were already systemically underserved or excluded. With a global call for change more urgent than it has ever been, what actions can we take to make the arts more culturally safe?
This collection of dark tales, featuring writers such as Christina Henry, Neil Gaiman and Karen Joy Fowler, explores and reimagines the power of a curse.
From gigging musician to rock star, musicians’ lives present a range of wellbeing challenges. A new book offers professional perspectives, recovery stories, and practical advice about recovery for musicians and music organisations.
The misery of being exploited by capitalists is nothing compared to the misery of not being exploited at all.
Not-working can create discomfort for many of us who are used to perpetual doing. Learning about the four inertial archetypes may teach us about our own relationship to drifting, boredom and embracing a pause, enforced or otherwise.
Freeplay independent games festival has survived for over sixteen years. The past and present directors share the lessons they have learned on sustainability, purpose, and the future of the arts.
Art making is a basic human activity that gives shape to meaning. In conditions of extreme confinement, finding meaning becomes all the more urgent.
Research shows that numbers drop off when museum entry is imposed, but are there ways around it to bolster revenue?
In our new video series we look at getting started with your online presence from a blog to websites to social media.
Tired of being told to be more mindful? Dr Jackie Bailey believes we can sneak mindfulness into our days for greater calm and creativity.
There are a wealth of opportunities when it comes to growing your social media accounts, but what are the absolute dos and don'ts?
As we rebuild after lockdown old inequalities and bias are emerging. Veronica Pardo argues that this is our time to re-think the sector with artists as essential workers for social justice.
Ella Holcombe’s The House on the Mountain is a great empathy tool, for children and adults, in explaining the complex emotional feelings of victims of bushfire.
With lockdown easing, many of us are wary of what the future holds, from finding work to staying healthy. Trisnasari Fraser suggests four ways to look after your mental health.
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