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Artshub takes a look at how the rise of cultural tourism is trickling into regional Australia and towards bespoke individual offerings, with the revised thinking as "creative tourism".
Violin virtuoso Ray Chen discusses how social media provides audiences with wider access to classical music, and shares his advice for budding artists.
Setting the price point for an arts event can often be the death of it. IKEA demonstrate how flipping the model might guarantee greater success. But does this realistically translate to the arts context?
ArtsHub speaks with Neal Stimler, The Met’s Public Engagement guru who is changing the face of the Auckland Art Gallery, one byte at a time.
Looking back over 12 years of social practice in Sydney’s West, Curator Anne Loxley speaks to ArtsHub about how C3West has shaped new modes for cultural engagement and defined communities.
‘We don’t feel disadvantaged being in the regions. In fact, we see this as an opportunity,' says former Four Winds Chair Sheena Boughen.
When it comes to working with marginalised communities, good intentions mean little without sound ethics.
Research has shown that over 60% of recent visitors attended cultural organisations as children, findings which have significant ramifications for the sector in the future.
As thrilling as they are for audiences, Australia’s musical theatre scene is dominated by productions honed on the West End and Broadway.
Over-sensitive political correctness is damaging freedom of expression, the Festival of Dangerous Ideas was told.
Publishers and film sets are ramping up security as it becomes harder to avoid spoilers.
Violinist William Hennessy is inspired by the French pianist Alfred Cortot.
Digital media now dictates a child's initial experience of literature, art and - most worryingly - often creative discovery.
A bricklayer at a barbie held the key to turning the tragedy of asbestos into Dust, a dramatic case study in social change art
Animal insights can help clarify what your audience is looking for and how they see you.
The arts used to pursue cultural popularity but decry popular culture. Not any more.
Technology is giving audiences back their voice, prompting some theatre companies to embrace their digital critics.
Design thinking applies creativity not just to your program but also to the way you do business, especially in online strategy.
A study of UK arts businesses shows most are failing to take advantage of modern technology to market their businesses effectively.
Lost audiences cost five times more to re-engage than it costs to retain them so get retention right.
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