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The pressure on board members to write large cheques may prevent arts organisations accessing valuable talent.
Animal insights can help clarify what your audience is looking for and how they see you.
Bold, sexually appealing, risk-taking, arrogant... are you a psychopath or just creative?
The keys to successful creative art are also the keys to a good life.
Unpredictable artists and inflexible bureaucrats force curators to be flexible in the face of failure.
Picking favourites can be a revealing exercise. On the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death, we discover how his words resonate for the Australian arts sector.
Knowing what other creative practitioners are doing is essential to pitching your own marketing.
Move over crowdfunding. Emma Dunch tells us how to utilise our digital engagement to drive fundraising.
Artists engaging with diversity risk being accused of appropriation.
The Brussels attacks have again thrust Islamic terrorists centre stage, and the way Western theatre portrays Muslims may be part of the problem.
In a world of short trends and consumer churn, the renewed interest in decorative arts presents a counter-movement.
400 years after his death, Shakespeare offers some sharp insights into contemporary politics.
It’s the Holy Grail for marketers: understanding what makes a video ad go viral. But exactly what motivates a person to tell others about a video?
When you are a child actor, chubby means cute. When you hit adolescence, it can be agony. And as an adult...
Deafness isn’t only a concern for rock musicians - anyone around music a lot has reason to be worried.
E-commerce is an attractive option to artists but there are also risks attached to hitching a fine art career to the digital market.
The 2016 Adelaide Biennial will convert the most cynical non-believer that object-based materiality commands the museum and contemporary curatorial concerns.
Who was David Roche, and why do we know so little of his world-class collection until now? His private museum opens in June.
Assessment doesn't have to be the dark cousin of learning. In creative arts, educators are using new contextual models better suited to artistic growth.
Using the people around you in your art may test whether you care more about your creative work or your relationships.
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