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Four years after the devastating Tsunami, parts of Japan are still in recovery. An artist from Polyglot reflects on working with communities affected by the disaster.
Opinions & Analysis
The byte may destroy the book but the novel isn’t over yet.
Far from being a career killer, pregnancy can generate a creative rush. Growing a baby can be an artist's most creative moment in more ways than one.
Our museums use social media to stimulate audiences, so why not use technology’s reach to grow their collections?
Australia's protectionist law is pushing trade in culturally significant Aboriginal Art overseas and weakening the local market.
Principles of arms-length funding are being sacrificed to a 'trickle down' approach the Federal Government would not countenance in other parts of the economy.
We no longer cast white actors in black face but we don't train disabled actors to ensure a fifth of the population is honestly portrayed on stage.
This week Enduring Civilisation opened in London to mixed reviews – were they warranted of the exhibition or is this exhibition a political pawn for other issues?
Science has shown us the facts but art is needed to stimulate action on climate change.
Musician P!nk speaks out against body-shaming and reminds us how tough it is for female musicians to be judged on their music.
Writer’s block has little to do with procrastination, or laziness. Writer Lee Kofman inspects the phenomenon and shares her painful three year experience.
Improvisation skills can deliver work by improving audition performance and providing a strong background for corporate training.
Will future historians view the internet as heralding a new Dark Age, a time of lost opportunity and widespread cultural regression?
Rowena Orr SC, who appeared, with Neil Clelland QC, for Paul Yore in his 2014 fight against child pornography charges discusses the implications of the case for freedom of expression.
In the age where celebrity and even notoriety are revered, one of the skills that artists are encouraged to assiduously cultivate is to be 'seen'.
Sometimes the art made by violent criminals is not so much therapeutic as pornography for the soul.
The top chairs are not reserved exclusively by men - though the numbers remain out of kilter - exposure helps a shift in attitude.
Galleries tout access opportunities for disabled patrons but the real situation is dismal for blind art-lovers.
UNESCO work on the status of the artists, a New York certification program and a Canadian exhibition right all have international implications for artists' incomes.
Are VIP passes just for massaging the egos of the "celebarati" or do they serve a valuable role in the success of an art fair?
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