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The development of the tallest clock tower in the world – the Abraj al-Bait – shines light on the uncertain future of Saudi Arabia’s heritage sites.
Damien Hirst's reputation as an artist and provocateur soars as he's accused of killing 9,000 butterflies in the name of art and unveils a controversial new public art piece in the seaside town of Ilfracombe in the UK.
Arts and environment activist Alison Tickell is back in Australia to remind us of the importance of making environmental sustainability intrinsic to the business, art and ethics of the creative industries.
Here are ten fail-safe techniques to harness social networking tools to build arts audience interest and loyalty.
A new study conducted on the ancient temple Stonehenge suggests that the famed UK monument may have once been a prehistoric art gallery.
It has been 50 years since The Beatles released their first single – the Lennon and McCartney pop classic ‘Love Me Do.’ We take a look at the five biggest moments in Beatles history.
Have you discovered the joys of podcasting to deliver information and entertainment any time any place? ArtsHub's Top Ten of the best podcasts includes comedy, classics and creative journalism.
Chinese artist Ai Weiwei is refusing to pay the remainder of his tax evasion fine after losing his final tax appeal in a Chinese court.
Dancer Shian Law asks choreographer Brooke Stamp about the process of developing her new work 'And All Things Return to Nature'.
The new breed of curator is more likely to be bound by internet browsers and social networks than the four walls of a gallery or a museum.
An in-depth study into music piracy has released a list of the top 10 countries who are leading the world in illegal music downloads.
Culture is not the first thing people think of for addressing poverty but storytelling, theatre or art or can be vital for development.
Games used to be seen as the obsession of techies and nerds. How did they become the happening medium for creatives?
Black dancers in Britain and the US are fighting to overcome the entrenched white dominance in ballet. But is the paucity of Blacks in ballet a factor of aesthetics, economics or just plain racism?
When you sit down to read the latest bestselling novel, you might think you're selfishly indulging in one of life’s little pleasures but perhaps you can take credit for helping to create a global community.
Our top ten ways to get the exhilaration of erotica without the awkward adjectives and painful prose.
An elderly woman who attempted to restore a 19th century historic painting has unfortunately ruined the masterpiece in the process.
Spare Parts is a unique exhibition of artistic prosthetic limbs set to take over London later this month.
Concert Prices and Live Income: Can you rely on live performance as an income source? Is live touring really the only way? We offer some tips on how to do it right.
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