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AI doesn’t mean human-made music is doomed. Here’s why

Human music-making isn’t going anywhere, argues the University of Melbourne's Alexander Crooke.

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Stuff the British Stole: Marc Fennell on repatriation, culture and the evolving museum sector

The second series of the successful Australian-Canadian television series lands on the ABC this month.

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5 tips for finding a literary agent

So you have your manuscript ready, but how do you go about finding an agent to represent you?

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The Burner effect, part one – Nevada murals

The Nevada Free Range Art Highway, where civic walls are bright with murals and out-door museums are the norm, is…

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Nine dos and don’ts of video content in the arts

‘Humour is the best way’, ‘be clear about your niche’, 'don’t try to be down with the kids’, plus more…

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The Artist’s Way Week 12: Recovering a sense of faith

Creativity requires profound trust. We renew our commitment to the tools as we finish the program.

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The Artist’s Way Week 11: Recovering a sense of autonomy

Acceptance of ourselves and handling success without self-sabotage.

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Is the secret of arts marketing really to ‘know thyself’?

A recent international study into arts marketing practices casts light on how an organisation’s core values play a part in…

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The Artist’s Way Week 10: Recovering a sense of self-protection

What are the perils and toxic patterns we keep encountering on the path towards greater creativity? This week we learn…

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Is poetry really ‘the tyrannical discipline’?

This is how Sylvia Plath described the art form, but three contemporary poets have very different views.

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