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How method acting could empower women

Natalie Portman says method acting is a ‘luxury women can’t afford’ – but new research shows how it can empower…

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So you want my arts job: Games Curator

The gaming sector is booming, so we take a look at what it means to be a Games Curator for…

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AI is now accessible to everyone: three things parents should teach their kids – and themselves

We're all learning how to use AI on the fly, but kids especially must learn the risks as well as…

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Has Aardman, the studio behind Wallace and Gromit, run out of clay for future animations?

The specific clay used in Aardman's 'Chicken Run' and 'Wallace and Gromit' may not exist in a few years' time.

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How stage and screen directors can deepen their understanding of their craft

NIDA’s Master of Fine Arts in Directing provides students with the opportunity to think about process, communication and craft through…

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Creative companies filing for bankruptcy

Within days, two creative companies announced that they had moved into liquidation, confirming fears of a tightening economy in the…

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So you want my arts job: Actor

Acting is just standing around pretending, right? Not so, says Aaron Walton, about a craft that is more complicated than…

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Ageism, sexism and classism: 7 examples of bias in AI-generated images

Creating images has never been simpler, but without intervention, AI generators reproduce bias and deepen inequalities.

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10 top tips on how to make your own movie

Former Director of South Seas Film School, producer, director and self-confessed movie nut, Adam Fresco offers a hands-on guide to…

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So you want my arts job: Stunt Coordinator for film and television

Philli Anderson was Australia’s first female stunt coordinator and one of the few female stunt people working in Australia. Here’s…

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