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A study of people with dementia shows art, like chocolate, has key ingredients to make people feel good.
Australian cultural tastes and engagement divide dramatically along lines of class and ethnic heritage.
Del Kathryn Barton debuts a film about the female Redback spider while Auguste Rodin invites us to rethink the body at AGSA this summer
Sydney unveils details of its summer art blockbusters - one calling to the lover of classics, the other to a tech generation.
The general manager of Adelaide's Feast Festival has been suspended just five weeks before the festival.
Philanthropy targeted at building creative regions has led to one of Australia's most significant collections halfway between Sydney and Brisbane.
Two works valued at $1.1 million have been deaccessioned from the National Gallery’s Collection due to their suspect provenance, and will be returned to India.
Bangarra Dance Theatre was the biggest winner in the Australian Dance Awards, with three awards including a posthumous award for the late David Page.
New director of Arts Tasmania announced.
Seasonal change brings one of western art history's most recognised artists to Melbourne.
Papua New Guinea is Australia's closest neighbour but its rich culture is often obscured by stereotypes and political expediencies.
The first Australian survey of art from the APY Lands is being staged by an unlikely but ambitious partner.
A major gallery appointment has opened up, and Sydney College of Arts gets a new Acting Dean.
A musical version of the award-winning Australian comedy-drama, released in cinemas in 1994, will open in Sydney next November.
A state of the art smart-hammer has been developed to safeguard the tile-covered concrete sails of the World Heritage-listed Sydney Opera House.
The death of the man who once shocked the world with the notorious Oz magazine marks an end in the transformative generation of the 1960s.
Two way traffic between Australia and Asia can benefit the industry on both continents.
The rumbles about the Amazing Shrinking Board at Screen Australia are true, and the revitalisation is lack lustre at best.
Australian International Documentary Conference works through staff changes before the planning becomes intense.
Out of the shadows: converting companions to subscribers and regular ticket buyers.
A new art project has created guidelines designed to provoke a new era in public art for the city.
Youtube sensation RackaRacka, the twins from Pop-Cult Hell, move on mainstream cinema. There will be blood.
There were walkouts and howls of protest when Lionel Shriver attacked the concept of cultural appropriation but she believes restricting writers to cultural appropriateness will destroy fiction.
Skillful art may be just what science needs to polish its image.
A flagship theatre company can transform a city’s view of its place in the world, prompting conversations on issues of local significance.
What is the state of arts giving in Australia, and can more be done to foster arts philanthropy?
Career funds and fellowships aimed at mid-career artists acknowledge that the need for support doesn't end when you hit thirty.
Discounting fills houses but it can come at a price in future sales and audience perceptions.
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