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Alongside novelists, poets and short-fiction writers, people who use words to shift public consciousness are front and centre in this year’s program.
It's not all about bums on seats. There are measures that will give you a better sense of your sustainability and cut through.
If you are required to do an annual performance review for your boss, chances are it won't be the whole story.
Performance Space farewells Executive Director and NIDA welcomes new Director/CEO.
Carmen gets new life with a decent dose of colour straight from the streets of Cuba, joining the new chic of all things Havana bound.
If the arts are important to you, how should you vote on Saturday?
The landmark report recommends the development of a state-wide strategy to formalise and strengthen the role of the arts in health and healing.
Screen Futures, drama powerbrokers at Nine, saving Proof, and a masterclass in documentary sound.
Twelve hours to go, and screen sector has chance to add a final bump to the crowdfunded total to restore Proof.
All the live action evil shot in Ireland for the Battle of the Bastards sequence in Game of Thrones was just raw material for post production house Iloura.
Two smart mathematicians and a packet of cocoa will really mess with your brain.
UK artists and arts organisations fear they will be losers following Britain’s decision to leave the European Union.
While UK producers will face European barriers familiar to Australians, Brexit brings a heap of deeper problems too.
Wilderpeeps still going strong. Everything else was scripted in California. Sigh.
Next year Sydney College of the Arts will fold into UNSW Art and Design, and conversations with NAS are in play.
Women writers of colour called out the tokenism they often strike when discussing diversity at the Emerging Writers' Festival.
Striking public art is drawing attention to Sydney on the global stage.
$7.7 million has been returned to the state's arts budget, while a $35 million upgrade for Her Majesty’s Theatre has also been announced.
Can habits really improve our creativity? No-nonsense approaches to dealing with procrastination and self-doubt by writers prove useful for all creatives.
Whether you sell your artworks on Etsy, are a freelance circus performer, or a sculptor working solely on commission, according to ATO you are running a business.
Fear can block our creativity or turn our creative practice mediocre. So what makes some artists 'fearless'?
You know exposure doesn't pay the bills but how do you navigate those awkward exchanges where no one mentions money?
The story of Dan Jackson and his documentary In the Shadow of the Hill, set in a Brazilian favela, is a case study in deep commitment to a project and a community.
Why do we rarely see political or agenda-fuelled content in the 21st Century museum? A new book on Art+Climate=Change exposes some answers.
Complaints about the judging process and the PM's involvement have dogged the awards.
Myths about funding criteria are preventing craft practitioners getting their fair share of funding.
We need to get over the sense that normal rules don't apply in the arts and structure the work so it can be done in reasonable hours.
The State Government of South Australia makes it a trifecta, as The Cedars lands another hand out just weeks prior to the Federal Election.
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VIDEO: From driving a converted bus to driving public engagement with living artists, Elizabeth Ann Macgregor knows where inspiration is found.
VIDEO: Sydney Festival director Wesley Enoch shares what inspires him in difficult times.
VIDEO: The Wheeler Centre's Head of Programming shares insights about working in the arts and the importance of spontaneity.
Dripping paint on the walls of the MCA this week is a symptom of the profile of light festivals. But there's more to light art than projections.
VIDEO: Artistic Director of Melbourne Festival tells us what inspires him about working in the arts, and what the sector needs most.
Visitors to Guggenheim NY can now use a solid gold toilet that's both an artwork and a convenience. It's not the first time toilets and their contents have been made into art.
From shock to anger to acceptance, the stages of mourning are all too evident as the arts sector copes with the funding overhaul.
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Wagga Wagga City Council is seeking Expressions of Interest from projection artists to produce a Christmas/New Year projection to begin its display from Friday 9 December 2016.
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The Inner West Council is seeking artists to participate in the 2017/2018 Artist in Residence program. Open to all art forms and disciplines.
Compelling performances and confident aesthetics attempt to counteract an intriguing but contrived hitman narrative.
Sensationalism and ballsy scale are often assigned to contemporary Chinese art, but White Rabbit’s latest exhibition finds quiet contemplation in the bravado.
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