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In a world of fake news, Australia's leading celebration of non-fiction, Word for Word Festival, shows us why free thinkers are more important than ever.
New bursaries for indie artists, cultural capacity building, and new public programs help ensure APAM 2018 will be more diverse than ever.
What are the career opportunities for artists, writers and musicians in games? And how do you get started?
Engaging with great works of literature can make us more empathetic and better critical thinkers. Here are ten to get you started.
Exclusive to Bendigo Art Gallery, a new exhibition celebrates the life and work of Edith Head, the most significant costume designer in film history.
Are you looking to expand your creative talents? Do you want to skill-up in your career? The Australian Film Television and Radio School’s Summer Intensives are what you’ve been looking for.
An introductory financial management subject can be beneficial for arts students wanting to get an edge on their competition in the job hunt. Executive Master of Arts student Stephen Pfeiffer makes a case for numbers in the humanities.
If you are working in the social or economic development space — or want to — here’s some advice.
Trust your instincts, build relationships, and make data driven decisions.
Sometimes we need to remember why we do what we do.
Starting out as a writer can be difficult. Here’s some career advice from Melbourne writer Sam West.
If you’re craving new insight into your creativity or want to pursue cross-disciplinary knowledge, maybe psychology is for you.
The Wired Open Day Festival is more than just an art festival; it’s a multi-sensory, immersive art experience that explores the agrarian landscape.
From face painting for Halloween to brushes, easels, mediums, and more, Eckersley’s latest sale offers big savings on selected items.
This women-only event at Bankstown Arts Centre will explore the realities experienced by many Western Sydney female artists.
The new curriculum at Sydney College of the Arts looks to the future of visual arts education.
Sculpture at Scenic World is calling for artists to create artworks that will be showcased in an ancient rainforest in the heart of the Blue Mountains.
If you didn’t head to Desert Mob this year, your FOMO was warranted. Here’s what you missed.
Discover why Richter is touted as one of the world’s greatest living artists. At 85, GOMA presents his first major survey in Australia.
Many people start a degree they never finish, but return later in life when they find their true passion.
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