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Belvoir’s latest production demonstrates that it’s not just cockroaches that will survive the apocalypse: art, music and pop culture will also endure.
Rising attendance has been the determining factor in a financial boost for the National Gallery of Victoria.
What is the social role of technology and film? And how do we harness this potential as an avenue for change? Nancy Shwartzman discusses the intersection of gender, technology and resistance.
Spectacular theatrical adaption of a much-loved Disney film will delight audiences young and young at heart.
Drinking coffee at work has a range of benefits, plus four more.
One year since the Victorian Government announced an extra $115 million in cultural investment, what has the program achieved, and what are its next targets?
Monetising your art might kill your creativity.
A conference, a dinner, a commemoration, a breakfast, a bunch of films, two commercial festivals and an explosion of shorts in St Kilda.
Carnage in the cinemas and not just on the screen. Hopes have been dashed and dreams are bleeding out in the Autumn rain.
Side channels put Nine ahead on nightly share despite Seven's power in the main game.
How do the Best and Outstanding categories line up at the Logies? Which production companies triumphed? Why the unicycle?
The latest and maybe the best reinvention of the old Chinese Monkey legend from The Journey to the West comes from Australia, with New Zealand and Netflix in close attendance.
Richard Moore, former Head of Screen Culture at Screen Queensland, explores the collapse of a broad-based international film festival in Brisbane.
We speak with the curators of Australia’s leading art museums about which Sidney Nolan paintings are most loved, and why.
Arts organisations will face limitations on the use of international talent under changes to visa laws.
VIDEO: Indigenous glass artist Yhonnie Scarce has seen her country literally turned to glass by nuclear testing.
From comedians who deliberately make you sad to a new wave of feminist humour, comedy festivals are the perfect time to assess the art form's current concerns.
Arts organisations are ‘snow blind’ with demographic data that fails to explain what really makes audiences buy tickets. There is a smarter alternative.
Steadily increasing visitor numbers, peaking last year at 2.6 million, have resulted in an appearance in the global Top 20 list.
Create NSW is hitting the road, pulling up a chair and sharing a cuppa with artists and arts workers, to get to the heart of matters that impact regional arts practice.
Self-care has been hijacked by a consumption-driven wellness industry but activists are reclaiming it as a political act which defies the devaluing of women's lives.
The Shepparton Art Museum has approved a contemporary design by one of Australia's best known architecture firms.
In her film Cameraperson, Kirsten Johnson confronts the sequences that challenge her understanding of her craft, her morality and the human condition.
It’s your last chance for this weekend’s INTRO TO VR in Sydney, WRITING FOR TV (10 weeks, online) starting next week, and INTERNATIONAL MARKET STRATEGY in Melbourne next Thursday, presented by Screen Producers Australia (SPA) in conjunction with AFTRS.
When industry moved out and left a country town floundering, art festival Cementa moved in to activate it.
We need to understand the failure of Catalyst in more complex terms than a zero-sum game of winners and losers.
Counting men and women in recent Directors' Guild nomination list is a pretty crude way of making a point - but Lisa French reveals it is also instructive.
There's a lack of input from people working in the arts joining to the decision-making bodies.
Measuring social impact in the arts will elevate the sector and create new opportunities but we need complex, multi-faceted tools.
Childlessness is often regarded as a necessary sacrifice for a creative career, especially for women.
The NGA wants to push contemporary dialogues but it is late to the party with its focus on Filipino art.
The stories and voices excluded from the cultural mainstream are precisely those we need to be seeing and hearing in order to grow new audiences and cultivate a well-rounded civil society.
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Here are 33 opportunities for artists, writers and performers of all kinds.
New pathways to audiences and funding were the subject of a recent AIDC session, Desperately Seeking Distribution.
Perth-born artist Ian Strange has an unusual relationship with suburbia, but it was a move to New York nearly a decade ago that was the real catalyst for his creativity.
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From grants to commissions, budgeting to merchandising, there are lots of tricks to keep you solvent while doing what you love.
Combine low incomes, erratic work schedules and the personal toll of creativity and it's little wonder burnout is rife in the arts. That's why our first e-book is focused on helping you look after yourself while succeeding in an arts career.
Successful job application is a process that usually involves a series of knock backs before the breakthrough so resilience is a key skill.
From the written application to the interview, the techniques that help you get the job you want.
In the first of this three part webcast series on How to Land a Job in the Arts we cover job search techniques, networking and the preparation you need to do before you apply for a job.
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