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A new study suggests that informal music-making with very young children can lead to better attention and emotion regulation by the age of five.
Technology is giving audiences back their voice, prompting some theatre companies to embrace their digital critics.
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.
An artist's gift can turn into an investment bonanza - but selling the work may cost you the friendship.
Inspiring stories of children with severe learning difficulties emphasise the power of creativity and the arts in education.
Tap into arts-focused online platforms to access materials, administrative support, spaces and customers in a dynamic global economy.
Photographers often take thousands of images in a shoot. How do you find the single one to become your show's poster child?
When developing countries need clean water, can we justify arts philanthropy? Philosopher Peter Singer, artistic director Robyn Archer and arts manager Pippa Dickson argue the toss.
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.
MIFF joins galleries, museums and installation spaces as a venue for immersive film that breaches traditional art form boundaries.
The artists as individual, innovator or iconoclast are Western archetype unhelpful in working with Asian art.
Thrifty veteran filmmaker Paul Cox says he doesn't make low budget films. He is simply responsible and happy to undermine a greedy system.
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.
You want to sell your script? Leave it to your robot minions.
Countless arts projects in Australia-Asia arts projects falter over different understanding of time.
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