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Men's Rights activists claim feminists have too much power. Censoring them feeds into the anger and hate.
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The national regional arts conference Artlands was launched yesterday with a power trifecta using the occasion to launch new programs in language, tourism and film.
Albert Einstein, Julia Gillard, Eleanor Roosevelt and Christopher Walken all knitted. Maybe that's why they were more successful than you.
As Virtual Reality becomes more widespread, it's not enough to have the technology, it needs to be used as a truly creative medium.
There is increasing pressure for quotas for women, culturally diverse and disabled actors and creatives to improve diversity on our stages and screens.
Imagine if you could jam with a computer that understood your musical strengths or take a life drawing class with a computer that could help you with faces. It's on its way.
The current craze for creepy clowns is a sad reminder that real clowning is a misunderstood art.
Visual arts is useless, edgeless and homeless...and that is a good thing both for artists and for society.
Modern society has become addicted to ratings and league tables. But a new scorecard, which aims to give 'good art' a numerical ranking, is utterly wrong-headed.
The blurred line between the fashion and art worlds has led to some highly creative collaborations.
'Australians have become addicted to giving, and the taste for philanthropy has become as alluring and natural to them as the taste of Vegemite.’
Fear of getting it wrong is a key reason producers fail to program Indigenous arts. So we asked those who work in Indigenous arts how to get it right.
CAAMA brings economic benefits, mental wellbeing and cultural sustainability to Indigenous communities across Central Australia.
Your book club may have no more in common with mine than lawn bowls has with Sumo wrestling.
The identity of novelist Elena Ferrente has been exposed, creating an international storm around the right of authors to remain anonymous.
Whether you are a wannabe, a winner or a frustrated also-ran, working the award scene can be rewarding.
Philanthropy is failing to fulfill its promise as a radical disrupter, the National Conference by Philanthropy Australia was told.
Memoirs and autobiographies regularly fill the top spots on bestseller lists, but not everyone has a life worthy of memoir.
Developers need to do more than commission public art, they need to make it work with the city.
Public hospitals across Australia hold significant art collections putting some of our most significant artists to work as remote therapists.
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