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Opinions & Analysis
Think people won’t pay for creative content because so much is available online for free? That’s not what the numbers show.
As online petition site Change.org hits 1 million users, we take a look at the way that the arts are petitioning for change.
Justin Bieber upset many people with a flippant comment at the Anne Frank House but he was much less offensive than the response of his ignorant fans.
Comedian and some time reviewer Xavier Toby gets a taste of his own medicine when his comedy shows are reviewed by others.
Some Hollywood companies use geospatial modelling to predict ticket sales but there are simpler techniques for calculating your likely audience.
True travel writing needs fear and insecurity not just tourism tips.
Why you should shed the starving artist mentality and turn your creativity into a start-up like these successful creative entrepreneurs.
Economists should understand the arts as the very centre of a production system that derives benefit from the things the arts do.
Research by Melbourne University released this week found arts organisations could do better when approaching trusts and foundations.
If we want more money for the arts, we need to create a public culture in which the arts have at least the same status in the political world as jobs.
‘Deathtalker’ Molly Carlisle has discovered the arts are the perfect vehicle for enabling her clients to have a ‘good death’.
Becoming an artist can be a liberation, a catharsis, a source of meaning, life satisfaction or existential peace.
Arts organisations need to learn to articulate the benefits they can offer to business.
Research is attempting to compare the mental health and wellbeing outcomes of arts participants and spectators with sports participants and spectators.
Prohibitive costs mean theatre companies often find it impossible to make a profit at WA’s State Theatre.
Old style hands-on training taught skills that young performing artists are not learning.
Not a fan of the great outdoors? Suffer from agoraphobia or severe introversion? Keep yourself occupied inside this summer with these 10 arty websites.
How do we best utilise the capacity of the arts to engage young people and ensure they become decent and productive citizens?
On the eve of the inaugural Celebrity Studies Journal Conference, the convenor asks why we live with the constant beat of the celebrity metronome.
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