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With the inaugural edition of the NGV Triennial in full swing, we take a look at why it is needed and how it creates a point of difference.
The importance of queer allies in LGBTIQ documentary narratives are being recognised at this year's Melbourne Queer Film Festival and Mardi Gras Film Festival.
Instagram offers visitors authority and agency in sharing their experience, a trend which galleries are keen to tap into.
In this extract from the latest Platform Paper, Polyglot Artistic Director/co-CEO Sue Giles reflects on the ways that listening to and working with young people might help adults shift their thinking.
‘We don’t feel disadvantaged being in the regions. In fact, we see this as an opportunity,' says former Four Winds Chair Sheena Boughen.
Mapping the brain reveals that creative people are better able to co-activate brain networks that usually work separately.
To change or keep as is? A director, a playwright, a live artist and a choreographer reflect on revisiting and remaking existing works.
They used to be quiet spaces; now they are the quiet achievers. We can all learn from libraries' successes in recalibrating for 21st century audiences.
Healthier work habits are needed in the theatre so that actors can leave roles behind them and avoid emotional hangovers once they're offstage.
Tired of big budget, big tech talk when it comes to innovation? Then start with old fashioned talking: it's proving the best cut-through for future-proofing organisations.
A new installation at Carriageworks is the next chapter in Grosse’s somewhat unorthodox journey with painting. What drives her and what does she value?
Where do the boundaries lie between exploring every possibility an acting role offers and still behaving appropriately, with respect to other performers?
Expanded painting frees us from having to find the timeless essence of painting. Instead it's a changing pact between artist, medium and audience.
2017 was big: big empathy, big blockbusters, big harassment, big lobbying and big shifts in the visual arts ecology as a note of resilience kicked in.
Colin Hambrook, editor of Disability Arts Online, speaks with visual artist Rachel Gadsden about her experience of working with artists in Palestine.
What is intrapreneurship and how is it affecting the future of work? A panel of experts explores how organisations can change themselves from the inside out.
To engage with difference is to both recognise that it exists and accommodate it on its own terms, rather than on the terms of the majority.
When it comes to working with marginalised communities, good intentions mean little without sound ethics.
Is there something in the nature of the performing arts industry which creates conditions conducive to exploitation?
From colonial statues and monuments for healing to heavy metal abstractions, a discussion at the Sydney Sculpture Conference questioned public art's role.
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