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Just 40 kilometres west of Brisbane, the Ipswich Art Gallery is located in the restored old town hall in the heart of Ipswich Central.
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Short term thinking is destroyed the arts ecology by stripping it from the grass roots up
The defunding of the NETS Australia networks jeopardised scores of projects set to tour to regional Australian galleries in coming months.
The resignation of Sydney Theatre Company artistic director Jonathan Church will fuel the naysayers who wanted the job to go to an Australian.
The arts aren’t a luxury activity. They are central to life. Art is the part of us that is met, and that can't be met in the outside world.
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.
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Artists and dealers from all over the world have been fuelled by this international creative hub but is the Berlin hype sustainable.
As 3D printing becomes more widely available, artists are embracing it for a range of uses.
A Month of Sundays, Pawno and Sherpa are now joined by Highly Strung. Be a while before we get another mainstream hit.
Is this a defining moment? Sally Riley, Head of Indigenous at the ABC, steps up to command the whole Fiction department.
The Coalition has promised it will not reduce copyright to 15 years as recommended by the Productivity Commission.
A recent court case centred around three paintings in the style of Brett Whiteley has potentially serious consequences for the Australian art market.
Artists get away with more bad behaviour than anyone else in the workplace. It's time to draw the line.
Leaders in the visual arts sector respond to the stripping of organisational funding in a joint statement.
The end of the art-science divide is spurring a new renaissance of creative endeavour.
A Parliamentary Inquiry into access to media and the arts in regional and rural Australia failed to hold public hearings outside capital cities.
Inconsistent decision-making has raised concerns within the Visual Arts sector that the Australia Council’s revised selection process is negligent.
Need a plan B? For an industry that is dismayed and shocked by the funding chaos, here are some pragmatic tips to offer some comfort and help you pick yourself back up.
Among the gloom of last week there’s a bright note: some companies have received multi-year organisational funding for the first time.
Aged care facilities may be the next theatres, with an in-built audience ripe for cultural stimulation.
The Cannes winners provide a quick insight into the lovely and the loopy, the commercial and the crazy that it chooses to love.
Access isn't just about ramps and doorways, it's also a new way of thinking about audiences that has ramifications for the way artists work.
Three new(ish) faces at Screen NSW are a real sign of changing times.
The Productivity Commission's proposed changes to book licensing would mean less money for writers, composers and fillmakers but not lawyers.
We have reached Year Zero, a point where cultural policy and infrastructure no longer serves the interests of the arts, the artists or society.
David Berthold, Artistic Director of Brisbane Festival, says we shouldn't restore lost funds to the Australia Council: we should double them.
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From shock to anger to acceptance, the stages of mourning are all too evident as the arts sector copes with the funding overhaul.
Now is the time to be nice in the arts. We find out how.
From augmented apps and self-guided maps, to guided tours, we give you the lowdown on unique ways to engage with art in the city.
Volunteer guides are the unsung heroes of many a gallery and museum. But they are about to get some help from an unlikely courter.
Feeling the pressure for your organisation be more entrepreneurial? What is blocking creativity and innovation might not be what you think.
Does your yoga practice need a little visual inspiration – a little creative connection? A wellness trend emerging internationally across museums has made its way to Australia.
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