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Trip report: The Future of Electronic Literature Symposium

"Electronic Literature? Is that like e-books?" you ask. Well, yes and no — in a sense, electronic writing has been…

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Why I chose suburbia instead of bohemia

To be an artist do you really have to starve? Ralph Grayden tells us about his own experiences juggling art…

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Art and the Desert: Welcome to Dubai

Gordon Finlayson takes us on a journey to the rapidly growing arts scene in the United Arab Emirates in the…

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Art and the Desert: Welcome to Dubai

Gordon Finlayson takes us on a journey to the rapidly growing arts scene in the United Arab Emirates in the…

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Protecting Endangered Species: The National Endowment for the Arts

Modern dance is one of the enduring creations of the American twentieth century. And yet many of the greatest dances…

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The cruellest month

Early on, April seemed to defy T S Eliot's characterization of the month that begins with All Fool's Day and…

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University 2.0

The student-centred learning movement has meant that educators – for nearly two decades – have prioritized words like flexibility, experience,…

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The Wiki-master

Arts Hub Australia — Jimmy Wales is the co-founder of Wikipedia, responsible for changing the way we look at the…

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Artist's Voice: Emna Zghal — Predictable Rage

Visual artist Emna Zghal addresses the position of Arab artists doing their work in America, finding that there are more…

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Economists and the Arts

Arts Hub Australia — There is still a major task before the arts community to engage not only with government…

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