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Beyond its aesthetic contribution, design is a major force in the Victorian economy and one of the key drivers of state revenue.
Could a shared office space be the answer to your search for an affordable and efficient workspace?
We are finally getting good research on the arts; how can you use it to develop your audience?
Does condemning Rolf Harris as a sexual predator require expurgating his art from public collections?
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The best new data on Australia’s performance sector in many years shows a healthy industry with revenue close to that of the sport sector.
What place do ebooks – hold in the reading behaviour of Australia’s 10 million public library borrowers?
Many artists under 30 rely on Newstart to supplement dismal incomes. How much hardship will Joe Hockey's benefit cuts cause?
The ideological curmudgeons have been out in force in the arts this week reflecting on the arrival of The King and I in Melbourne.
"Pricing to formula" has given way to "pricing to Amazon" so why can an Australian bookseller charge $40 for a $US28 title?
An upcoming survey exhibition will navigate the prolific career of serial artist Lucy Culliton across two Sydney galleries.
The Minister for the Arts has defended a $1 million grant to the Australian Ballet School, in a slasher budget where the rest of the arts sector lost more than $87 million.
Why touring needs complex systems
A bathroom sink, toilet and tap beat off cars, jeans and even a clothes peg to take out the top design award.
Research shows the arts are key to Closing the Gap, raising fears Budget cuts to arts and language will damage Indigenous health.
A national theatre focused on home-made product would support playwrights and ensure our cultural autonomy.
Budget 2014 cuts to arts funding wipe out many of the gains of Creative Australia and may signal the renewal of the culture wars.
We will know we are really tapping culturally diverse audiences when the range of faces truly reflects the population.
There is no evidence the bigger is better in arts management so why the pressure to collapse functioning arts organisations?
Master plans for big city cultural precincts look impressive. So why are smaller companies and artists still missing out?
Many studies show people are healthier when they paint, play music or even just sit in the theatre audience but now researchers are casting a light on why.
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