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The Australian Ballet joins an international trend thinking beyond the tutu with creative marketing that democratizes the artform.
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BrightHearts is a relaxation training app that translates changes in heart rate into a calming interactive art experiences.
As the global population ages thanks to higher life expectancy, what are the ramifications for architectural design?
The arts sell more tickets than sport at the world’s biggest sporting events. Just don't tell anyone.
When the consumer can delete at the push of a button royalties are drastically reduced and artistic worth is liquified.
Does condemning Rolf Harris as a sexual predator require expurgating his art from public collections?
Separate theatre initiatives for disabled artists are giving way to an integrated international movement for inclusive theatre.
There is much hubris in the community art sector but cultural solutions to social problems should expect failure
To celebrate Shakespeare's 450th birthday, Australia's leading exponent asks why actors and audiences still love the Bard.
Leonard Cohen and Helen Reddy are both seniors, modelling the power of the arts to sustain later life.
The theme of an international photographic competition draws on stereotypes, undermining the work of portrait photographers.
It's probably not wise to tell the guy who holds your life in his hands, that he is a patronising old fart but it can be tempting.
In recent years we have seen a revival of performance art but its ephemeral nature can create collection issues.
Audiences need to feel safe to have their ideas disrupted if they are to learn in an art gallery.
Three curators and five artists sounds complicated enough, now tour a site-specific work to three cities.
Google's entry into the streaming marketplace won't be worth much but it will be good for musicians.
London's proposed SkyCycle would see cyclists elevated above the traffic in an effort to get more people on two wheels.
2014 looks set to build on the exciting work of last year when it comes to brand design.
In 1966, a British planner called Maurice Broady came up with a new term for the architectural lexicon: architectural determinism.
While booksellers count up their Christmas sales, publishers are already planning what to stock on shelves in the year ahead.
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