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Watching words evolve is always fascinating, but that evolution seems to have been accelerated by Coronavirus.
When a touch-based theatre company adapted to social isolation they found new ways to engage with their audiences.
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.
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.
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.
If you are a parent with children, chances are you are a homeschooler now. Writer Elissa Blake has been homeschooling her kids for over a decade and has some timely advice for those making the change.
How are other countries supporting the arts in this vulnerable time? Dr Jackie Bailey has created a scorecard to see what Australia could learn.
From a novel published in 1989 to a global hit series and now a feature film, Kerry Greenwood's flapper detective has inspired fan
With a new arts event in Canberra, creative producer Yolande Norris is shining a light on the city’s diaspora of artists to inspire the creative community.
Sustaining work in the arts is always a challenge, but in times of adversity it can be even harder to persevere. So how do we harness that capacity? And how do we build a strong community that can weather the storm together?
With a budget of almost $400M, the transformed WA Museum not only looks light and open, but champions a new era of museums that are transparent, inclusive and environmentally conscious.
Writing messages to those we care for fosters a sense of relationship, connection and well-being through literacy, creates meaning and memory, and triggers the release of dopamine in the brain.
Recent travel restrictions have forced festivals and arts organisations to change or postpone upcoming programming.
The National Gallery of Australia has rehung its early Australian galleries, drawing on a broad curatorium to recontextualise our art history – and it’s not alone in the trend.
Fame, fortune and your pick of the best projects – or over-exposure, exploitation and unhappiness? What happens when you win an Academy Award?
As bushfires become the new abnormal, Stephanie Eslake looks how musicians, comedians and other performing artists are re-thinking their tours, organising benefits and changing how they create.
Board games provide a valuable opportunity for socialising in our digitally isolated age.
Like many artists, animator and director Darcy Prendergast wanted to use his art to respond to the inaction around human-induced climate change.
It’s already shaping up to be a big year in Australian books so literary journalist Thuy On has shared her list of must reads that will be filling your bookshelves.
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