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Germaine Deagan Sweet, the Vice President of Content Syndication at National Geographic Channels International, provided an insight into the online distribution platform and business model that the Na
Kim Dalton, head of television at the ABC, was interviewed one to one by Sandy George. He is good value for journalists, and Sandy plotted her approach to him with the care. She had even given him hom
Genevieve Bell, an anthropologist fascinated by the relationship between culture and technology, delivered a torrent of words about broadband and its future implications. Fortunately, we have forensic
Northern Territory authors discuss the works that made the grade for the Chief Minister's inaugural Book of the Year award.
The National Institute of Dramatic Art is celebrating its 50th anniversary this week, as it contemplates a new direction.
Last October the Rudd Government announced that it would adopt a scheme that would give Australian artists the right to a share of the spoils every time their work is resold.
Local communities throughout regional Western Australia will share in $40million of State Government funding this financial year through the new Regional Grants Scheme, an initiative of Royalties for Regions.
The Cultural Ministers Council has published a step by step guide to assist agencies to assess the economic value, tourism impact and benefit of cultural tourism in their region.
The winners of the 2008 NSW Premier’s History Awards, the 2008 Indigenous History Fellowship and the 2008 NSW History Fellowship were announced by the Premier and Minister for the Arts, the Honourable Nathan Rees MP, on 27 October 2008.
This statistical snapshot brings together the latest data on Victoria's arts and cultural sector.
The inner city Melbourne suburb of North Melbourne has a variety of arts and cultural activities happening on an ongoing basis.
The tradition of canoe making in South-Eastern Australia has been revived in recent years in a number of communities in regional Victoria.
Victorian artists are increasingly in demand overseas, carving out a reputation for innovation, winning acclaim, and impressing audiences around the world with their high quality work and distinctive Australian voice.
Are you an artist interested in connecting the arts in Tasmania with the rest of the world?
You may recall the survey that some of you completed at the end of last year about your access to studio spaces (or the lack thereof), amenities and facilities that you would require in a work space, desirable location, etc...
One of the Art Gallery of South Australia’s most generous benefactors, Max Carter AO has this week donated a major painting by Australian artist Rupert Bunny, 'A summer morning', 1897, in an effort to encourage others to give during difficult economic times.
A new exhibition aims to teach visitors the true value of art.
Buyer returns missing canvas worth thousands of pounds by one of the Queen's favourite artists.
Artists launch orchestrated campaign to flout copyright of Britart 'bully'.
A picture of an armed sheriff moving through an American home after an eviction due to a mortgage foreclosure was named World Press Photo of 2008 on Friday.
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