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Technology is giving audiences back their voice, prompting some theatre companies to embrace their digital critics.
A meeting of Australia’s state and federal arts ministers in Mildura last week holds out hope for a beleaguered Australia Council.
Composers have been forced to dump competition scores after APRA buckled to pressure to change the Tropscore film.
A new study on public museums in NSW conducted by M&GNSW allows a first time comparative snapshot with gallery audiences.
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Equity between men and women is still an issue but it is far from the only gender question in a world where he and she are only part of the spectrum.
Blockbusters are big business for Australia's galleries. ArtsHub exposes the key trends driving what we are served.
A new technology may provide a gateway that ensure copyright holders can prevent misuse of their intellectual property.
Only three of the 24 major events Victoria promoted this year were arts or entertainment. NSW does better but will the Government’s new Visit Victoria initiative change the balance?
Appropriate museum display of Asian art requires an understanding of Eastern philosophy.
Successful leaders of major performing arts centres in Australia, Singapore, South Korea and NZ juggle financial, political and artistic challenges.
Try this simple exercise and you could turn around ineffective promotion of your next show, book or exhibition.
Post-Budget anxiety has thrown up a sense of division between majors and the small-to-medium sector. In an age of uncertainty how do we get more joined-up thinking that acknowledges the symbiotic relationship between them?
As artists confront the 2015 Budget cuts to the Australia Council, looking at the history of arts funding controversies can help us navigate forward.
A dystopian view of the future locks art and culture into a virtual world where everyone lives a Kardashian-style online augmented existence.
As the first scientist in residence at an art gallery and the first scientist to judge the Man Booker Prize, Dr Daniel Glaser argues scientists and artists are remarkably compatible thinkers.
Australia thinks of itself as freer than Indonesia but our northern neighbour has a cultural generosity we might envy in the current political climate.
A major study of Australia’s future workforce has good and bad news for those working in the creative industries.
In a world where attention spans are dropping, tapping into trends as they happen is essential for cultural providers trying to beat the goldfish.
The byte may destroy the book but the novel isn’t over yet.
With technology transforming business models at an alarming rate, agility is the key to organisational success.
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