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As an artist it can be tempting to throw your arms up in the air and settle into an easier life. Here’s why you should never give up.
Now that Spotify has had time to settle in and take a look around, is it changing the way that Australians listen to music?
Research compiled by the Australian Video Rental Retailers Assocation (AVRRA) has shown that 2.5 million Australians have been exposed to just a small selection of films born and bred in the Australian film industry thanks to the retailing efforts of Video Rental stores.
Paul Gallasch briefly studied Anthropology at The New School for Social Research before moving into a diploma of Documentary Filmmaking at the New York Film Academy.
Today, the Treasurer Wayne Swan announced the allocation of the $1.5 billion Budget surplus to support the arts. Well, in Tamara Winikoff's ideal world he did.
We’re all familiar with the joys of listening to music, but new research suggests that making music might help to increase empathy in children.
The agIdeas Research Conference is bringing together the best minds in design.
Tamara Winikoff, NAVA's Executive Director, writes an open letter to the Federal Government's Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations and Financial Services and Superannuation Bill Shorten.
New research suggests that women aren’t faring as well as men in the workplace, and it could be due to a lack of good negotiation skills.
Gone are the days when we can complain about artists who are famous despite not being the most talented in their field. Now, there’s a new and far more baffling beast to complain about.
What is a producer? Why do we need them and what does it take? Independent producer Stephanie Brotchie shares the answers.
Research into the diverse and exciting world of the arts has uncovered something highly significant – we love the arts. So why is it then, that artists are constantly struggling to find a way to live off their craft?
Don't fall into the trap of bemoaning your past employers, the only person you'll criticise is yourself.
Tamara Winikoff, Executive Director, National Association for the Visual Arts looks at the excessive copyright demands made by many competitions that are taking advantage of artists seeking recognition and publicity of their work.
Because I dig the dole isn't a really great answer to this.
With the wealth of accessible information on the internet these days, there’s no excuse not to do your homework about a company.
Folk Festivals are different from other festivals. They celebrate the culture of everyday life, our folklife, and its history.
Over two days next month, the Multicultural Arts Forum 2012 will bring together artists, arts workers, researchers and cultural policy decision-makers to discuss the multicultural art sector in NSW.
After much dispute, it has been confirmed that Caravaggio painted a second version of his infamous Medusa, called ‘Medusa Murtola.’ A team of researchers have conducted tests using x-ray technology and identified the privately-owned painting as an authentic Caravaggio.
A tremor of nervousness is being felt throughout the arts industry with several government reviews underway into how the arts could work better, says Tamara Winikoff.
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