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A great moderator can make the difference between a boring discussion and a memorable one. Here are some tips to help your facilitation fire on all cylinders.
Working in multiple roles – for instance as a writer/actor/director/producer – is increasingly common but the multiple satisfactions come with equivalent challenges.
The National Gallery of Victoria is asking for the public’s assistance in sourcing 14 missing artworks so it can restage a landmark 1968 exhibition.
As the number of arts festivals across Australia mushroom, is it time to consider the point of such cultural clustering?
The Republican nominee joins a long line of public figures whose big personalities make them gift fodder for satirists.
Engaging donors means understanding their motivations and many of the new generation do not want to see themselves simply as wealthy benefactors.
The current craze for creepy clowns is a sad reminder that real clowning is a misunderstood art.
Lynette Wallworth's most recent VR experiment breaks new ground, is screened at key world political events.
Modern society has become addicted to ratings and league tables. But a new scorecard, which aims to give 'good art' a numerical ranking, is utterly wrong-headed.
Your book club may have no more in common with mine than lawn bowls has with Sumo wrestling.
Whether you are a wannabe, a winner or a frustrated also-ran, working the award scene can be rewarding.
A new touring exhibition tells the long overdue story of Australia’s dark atomic past through five decade of art.
Artists are looking beyond the conventions of success and excellence to find enjoyment in the creation – even if it’s not very good.
Memoirs and autobiographies regularly fill the top spots on bestseller lists, but not everyone has a life worthy of memoir.
Tapping into the science of the brain enables creatives to overcome blocks and release potential.
Over-sensitive political correctness is damaging freedom of expression, the Festival of Dangerous Ideas was told.
Publishers and film sets are ramping up security as it becomes harder to avoid spoilers.
Violinist William Hennessy is inspired by the French pianist Alfred Cortot.
Many artists find a baby a hindrance to creative life but child-friendly residency programs help parents continue their creative careers.
Social media can be a vital career-building platform or vanity publishing that gets in the way of your real work.
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