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Still reeling from political fallout, the Biennale of Sydney is moving location and opening a door on a new future.
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In running anonymous reviews, the mainstream media sacrifices a crucial point of difference from online trolls and avatars.
When the consumer can delete at the push of a button royalties are drastically reduced and artistic worth is liquified.
An intermission is all that stands in the way of overseas films maximising their potential in the Indian sub-continent.
Why is a beautiful heritage venue in the middle of the Adelaide CBD so drastically under-utilised?
Does condemning Rolf Harris as a sexual predator require expurgating his art from public collections?
Emerging choreographers should offer more than old-school tricks. Perhaps the Australian Ballet is just too comfortable.
What can the arts sector learn from the Tamar Iveri scandal?
Separate theatre initiatives for disabled artists are giving way to an integrated international movement for inclusive theatre.
Values are suffering as a result of misinformation and disproportionate anxiety about changed rules for art investments in Self-Managed Super Funds, with particularly damaging results for Aboriginal communities.
Mentoring programs can be abused a panacea for government neglect of the arts with no real career opportunities attached.
The ideological curmudgeons have been out in force in the arts this week reflecting on the arrival of The King and I in Melbourne.
Melbourne City Council's new arts strategy places artists at the centre of the city, explains the Councillor who drove it.
The presence of children on theatrical mainstages can be disruptive, thrilling and honest.
Australians at the General Assembly of the international association for young people and the arts find similar hurdles globally.
Independent artists are an economical resource but they are also most at risk when budgets are cut.
Why touring needs complex systems
Adelaide Festival Centre will continue its leading Asian/Australian cultural engagement despite losing all Federal support.
The arts sector needs to accept responsibility for the inequity on which its success is achieved and not blame it on government.
As the barrier consumer and creator disappears fluid formats are better able to meet the needs of an interactive audience.
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