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What does the future hold for us in living with COVID? In the final Wellness and Recovery Resource article Trisnasari Fraser looks at philosophies of the past – Buddhism, Stoicism and Existentialism – to find ways of coping with an uncertain future.
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With the announcement of the Parliamentary Inquiry into the Arts during COVID, you might be wondering how to make a contribution or even if there is any point.
Agility, adaptability and upskilling are all part of the process, but gifs are important too. Lessons learned from Melbourne Fringe's first foray into presenting a festival digitally.
In an open letter to the Federal Government, the National Advocates for Arts Education (NAAE) call for an equitable tertiary education system that does not target creative arts degrees.
Kalu Oji gives the perspective of an African-Australian film school graduate.
A new Parliamentary Inquiry from the Federal Government asks about the impact of the arts during COVID-19 including a survey asking what you think.
Why do we devalue the next generation of artists? Fergus Black & Lakshmi Ganapathy examine our stance on student productions
Former journalist Shaya Laughlin found herself unable to write when she was caught in the recent Beirut explosion (her home for the last two years) and in this trauma struggled to express herself when it mattered most.
During difficult times, Stella Young Prize winner Vanessa Jo Di Natale tells about how the award changed her arts career.
What can we tell from the current crop of Australian short films in festivals?
On the grounds that a film might make you masturbate at home and then do something evil, MIFF has withdrawn The Trouble With Being Born.
Having built their production company into an impressive conveyor of dreams, David Maher and David Taylor are getting ready to leave.
Solvency records show that the inaugural Biennale of Australian Art (BOAA) still owes around $350,000 to artists and vendors, while its Director moves on to open a new gallery.
Feeling a little burnt-out? It's a natural response when hope is in short supply but according to Dr Jackie Bailey, now might be the moment to re-activate hope.
Artificial intelligence has existed for nearly 50 years, but it’s only in recent years that tapping into its potential has become a genuine reality for many organisations – including libraries and museums.
How are our programs to help the arts survive comparing with others introduced around the globe? Dr Jackie Bailey looks at international responses to the arts to discover what we could learn from them.
SPA pushes harder on export policy, which is a different can of hopes and worms.
As international art freight has become more difficult in a COVID and climate concerned world, major local exhibitions are the new blockbusters – thinking long overdue.
Still struggling to be self-supporting after a decade, Australia’s Resale Royalties Scheme continues to be perceived as skewed and behoven to the whim of disclosure.
Reading for pleasure has been re-discovered by many during lockdown and children’s author Jane Godwin believes we should find ways to keep the habit to build a sense of empathy and hope in children.
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