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A senior arts bureaucrats explains the bizarre and paradoxical strategies public servants use to win government support for the arts.
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Tiny Tasmania is the kid sister who is increasingly outshining her siblings in creative capital. We asked the Premier how they do it.
Opera Australia will stage Wagner’s 15-hour Ring Cycle in Melbourne this year. Can modern audiences sustain a dramatic marathon?
For an Asian actor, the problem of stereotyping and cultural diversity isn’t solved by casting directors being colour blind.
TAFE enrolments are suffering from competitive university courses and lost funding but a degree is not a substitute for vocational training.
‘Deathtalker’ Molly Carlisle has discovered the arts are the perfect vehicle for enabling her clients to have a ‘good death’.
Playwrighting advocates argue the money that used to go to Freemantle's Deckchair Theatre should be applied to developing new Australian work.
Becoming an artist can be a liberation, a catharsis, a source of meaning, life satisfaction or existential peace.
In the first arts play in the 2013 federal election campaign the Greens have announced a policy for a $10 million boost to arts funding. This is why.
For city-raised musicians it can be a shock to discover the difficulties for young rural players.
For the first time in years, no Australian film was released internationally by a major distributor last year. But there was some surprising good news for the film industry.
Arts organisations need to learn to articulate the benefits they can offer to business.
In order to maximise the potential for communities to develop cultural enterprises and social inclusion a stronger emphasis needs to be place on the value of services and human infrastructure.
Most artists are better with ideas than insurance. Thank heavens for peak bodies to look after the nuts and bolts.
Melbourne's theatre community is locked into geographical ghettos that miss opportunities south of the Yarra.
Research is attempting to compare the mental health and wellbeing outcomes of arts participants and spectators with sports participants and spectators.
Prohibitive costs mean theatre companies often find it impossible to make a profit at WA’s State Theatre.
Old style hands-on training taught skills that young performing artists are not learning.
Most arts organisations use casuals but if you treat employees as contractors you could be breaking Australian law.
No doubt it’s going to be a brilliant year in the performing arts. Here are 10 of the many productions we’re anticipating in the months ahead.
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