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Radio National will no longer include radio plays or book readings but is the change a loss or an opportunity?
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Late nights, low incomes and a persistent belief that you can’t trust anyone over thirty: are you too old for the music business?
Recent research shows that three pilot arts programs in eight Queensland schools have lifted Indigenous literacy performance and raised parents’ expectations of what their children can do.
Creativity isn’t just for the arts. The corporate world needs creative people more than ever.
The fuss about Bill Henson's teen nudes points to a failure to understand the role of artists as truth-tellers.
Culture is not the first thing people think of for addressing poverty but storytelling, theatre or art or can be vital for development.
What can Australia learn from the new UK arts funding environment?
Games used to be seen as the obsession of techies and nerds. How did they become the happening medium for creatives?
Tega Brain is an artist and researcher whose work examines the relationship between humans and their environment.
We always complain about how busy we are, but it turns out that being a busy bee is the absolute best way to be.
A poor pitch can undo even the mother of all scoops. Your words may the best thing to happen to print since the Gutenberg press, but if you aren’t pitching properly you’ll be left out of the loop.
Working from home might sound like a dream come true, but it may well be putting your career at stake.
3D glasses may soon be a thing of the past after a South Korean research team discovered a new technique which will allow movies to screen in 3D format without the need of special glasses.
Dr. Ros Bandit, Sound researcher, composer and sound artist from the University of Melbourne, has been awarded the 2012 NFSA Cochrane Smith Award for Sound Heritage.
Dr Heather Gaunt is Curator of Academic Programs (Research) at The Ian Potter Museum of Art, the University of Melbourne.
Changes in business support for the arts should create new opportunities for sponsorship and philanthropy.
If you believe that Australian artists deserve to be better remunerated for the contribution they make to public culture then read this now.
Author L.A. Larkin ventured to the Antarctic to research her latest thriller.
This category is to assist Western Australian designers to respond to short-notice career building opportunities to research new markets or attend industry relevant events.
Visual artists say the Australia Council Review fails to boost artists’ career opportunities effectively.
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