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While Melbourne and Sydney duke it out, neither is as necessary to art as it used to be, according to a new book Australian Art: A History by Sasha Grishin.
The Minister for the Arts is expected to announce a decision on the Resale Royalty Scheme soon so action is urgently needed.
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Transfield Holdings is not the company that runs asylum seeker detention centres but that doesn't invalidate the boycott.
Some of asylum seekers injured in the Manus Island riots are visual artists fleeing regimes that persecute them for their work , ArtsHub reveals.
The prejudice against fantasy novels misses the social and emotional value they offer, especially for young readers.
Policy makers love arts precincts but street culture can't be planned from the top down.
It's time to rethink the 'Australian dream' of the big backyard and the white picket fence.
To achieve a sustainable arts industry, we need to speak with one voice. Artspeak is the latest in a long line of attempts.
New research shows a Facebook ‘like’ can be worth 276 new contacts but you need to use online media strategically for results.
With state funding comes responsibility to address political issues, argues Ben Eltham.
A Sydney academic has called for a boycott of the Sydney Biennale, reports Ben Eltham. Why is he calling for it, and will it work?
The Queensland Theatre Company's board has censored a line about Campbell Newman in their current production. Ben Eltham reports.
A distinguished British arts scholar will direct research at Victorian College of the Arts and Melbourne Conservatorium of Music.
Research reveals women in architecture are paid less and unlikely to make it to the top. But the profession is working to change.
Venues and musicians are worried that tough new alcohol restrictions will devastate Sydney's live music scene. Ben Eltham reports.
A pure diet of one-on-one-music teaching is expensive, narrow and open to abuse, argues the man who oversaw its controversial replacement at ANU.
The arts cannot escape the politics of alcohol, writes Ben Eltham.
We need theatre where history fails: 'Black Diggers' shows Australians as the lesser Anzacs.
A back injury forces a last minute casting change for Travelling North.
Lose weight, learn a language, be nicer: standard resolutions have a new meaning in the world of the arts advocate.
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