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With art in unusual places, plans for a green corridor, and continuing tradition in a contemporary songline, there are many reasons why Geelong is coming into its own in 2016.
The idea of creative industries is based on an economy that has no way to count the things that matter.
Victoria's new creative industry policy promises new programs to develop creative talent. But research suggests it may not be smart spending.
French authorities simulate a terrorist attack on the Cannes Film Festival. Of course they filmed it.
The award-winning composer and Bangarra artist in residence has died suddenly aged 55.
A new app helps festival performers, producers and creators avoid the time-suck of development logistics to focus on making great work.
Brand, innovation, risk, and legacy are the real contributors to record-breaking audiences numbers in our galleries.
The Australian Writers' Guild has paid tribute to member and friend Robert Greenberg with an obituary by Stuart Page, his teacher, friend and colleague.
Robert Greenberg was a writer and teacher, mostly in children's television. HIs death defies comprehension.
The Productivity Commission has released a draft report which hacks into existing IP protection for creatives.
Animal insights can help clarify what your audience is looking for and how they see you.
This year’s winner of the $80K Bulgari Art Award, artist Jude Rae champions the importance of slow painting in our digital age.
Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences gets a new Senior Curator and two Associate Directors join Melbourne Theatre Company this week.
Continuing school and touring arts programs in Queensland are in doubt as a key organisation goes into voluntary administration.
The Australian circus community is in mourning following the death of clown, rigger and friend Derek Ives on Thursday.
Funding for the arts in Canada is soaring as Australia plateaus. Why are two similar countries treating the arts so differently?
‘Efficiency dividends’ have sliced so much from our major cultural institutions they can't provide proper access to cultural heritage.
Finally, some good news. The Victorian Government has promised funding for 40 initiatives to grow creative industries.
To preserve ephemeral art forms we need to write about them creatively and exactingly.
Bold, sexually appealing, risk-taking, arrogant... are you a psychopath or just creative?
A house handed down through four generations of women continues to offer support to female artists with the Meroogal Women’s Art Prize.
Melbourne legend Paul Harris talks new trends in shorts, and the pop-up cinema colonising the town hall.
An increased flow of works and ideas between cultural organisations in Sydney’s east and west is helping to unify the once-divided NSW capital.
Tigers, witches, a parallel world and local productions marching steadily but modestly forwards.
The Catalyst fund to date represents a lack of transparency, invisible successful recipients, and in some cases, a close relationship with the government of the day.
Current funding priorities mean we close a contemporary arts space while spending millions commemorating the past.
The numbers show that we need to find better systems for reading museum attendance and engagement.
There is an argument brewing that the pendulum has swung too far in the creation of arty merchandise in our gallery shops.
The arts may contain the answer to a failing society but only if we stop buying in to the dominant economic model.
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Speculated about for years, an art historian claims the true identity of the Mona Lisa is half man and half woman.
Advice on how to develop a critical eye when writing a manuscript.
The childhood dream to frolic in a car wash has been realised in the winner design for the 2016 NGV Architecture Commission.
VIDEO: Artist Ben Quilty voices his support for the Arts Party in the upcoming election.
Move over Lindt bunnies and hollow eggs. Chocolate can be political, sexy or witty in the hands of a cheeky painter or provocative installation artist.
Both professional and aspiring photographers have entered the competition to win the $25,000 prize.
A round-up of the hard-hitting and inspiring words by some of Australia's most renowned arts leaders and advocates.
Performance artist Brian Lobel invites audiences to answer 92 questions from Sex and the City, reflecting on the effect of binge-watching TV and exploring how we can improve our lives.
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Peddling is enriching, soul crunching, yearning stuff where it is a privilege to be an audience member.
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