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A bit of back-story casts a dim light on the officially-sanctioned blue-ing of a Melbourne street art icon.
Opinions & Analysis
Is a theatre company smart or cowardly to ban a critic from its show?
Australian Commercial Galleries Director Anna Pappas has hit out at the scheme, saying it is hurting small and medium galleries.
Speeches by Tony Burke and George Brandis at Blacktown Arts Centre on Monday may be the closest thing we get to an arts debate
The Minister for the Arts, Tony Burke, went on the attack with this speech at the Western Sydney Arts Forum.
Opposition arts spokesman Brandis saw the election as Medici versus Philistines in his speech to the Western Sydney Arts Forum.
The progressive de-emphasis on discovery has made it harder to resist the tide of bogus, headline-grabbing claims.
‘If content is king, then distribution is God Almighty’, says the mouthpiece for the NBN.
Aggregating culture in one department would lead to better measurement, better resourcing and a genuine assessment of cultural impact, argues a key strategiest of Creative Australia.
It is fashionable to complain that hyper-connectivity leads to shortened attention spans . But maybe not.
Young people are a large consumer segment but they are often overlooked or misunderstood both as creators and audiences.
The DreamWorks homage that will be the 2014 ACMI Winter Masterpiece is a remarkable landmark in the evolution of ACMI itself.
Burnie Makers Workshop provides a crucible for creative excellence and artistic comradeship. It must be preserved.
If Australia follows the US on copyright, as proposed, courts will be empowered to make creative judgements.
With the rise of ebooks, a compelling thumbnail image is essential and a new competitive design marketplace has emerged.
Creative arts and humanities are receiving more research funding thanks to a rule change but the good news may not last.
With budgets shrinking, all arts are under pressure but heritage culture is doing it toughest.
From photocopying to digital piracy, new technology has always threatened writers’ incomes.
Publishers say replacing the education license in copyright law with a 'fair use' test will disadvantage educators.
Casting directors want Twitter followers more than they want talent and their naked profile-hunting is damaging musical theatre.
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