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Turning to Sydney in our latest instalment of our Cultural Capitals series, we ask leading arts professionals to encapsulate what makes the city’s arts and culture distinct.
Artists and arts managers step up to the plate and do the independent and small-to-medium sector proud in the first Senate Inquiry hearing. Read edited extracts of their impassioned opening addresses.
Jonathan Holloway, Artistic Director in-waiting of Melbourne Festival, describes his programming vision and offers advice for artists hoping to be programmed here or overseas.
Explorations of race, colonialism and the environment are among the many connecting threads running through the 2015 Festival program.
Art plays a significant role in national Refugee Week, challenging misconceptions and current refugee policy.
From securing funding, to finding audiences, regional artists and arts organisations face unique challenges. We've collected insider tips to help creatives thrive outside the city.
Arts companies are enlisting the weight of audience opinion to protest the Minister's Budget move redirecting funding from the independent Australia Council into his own department.
The axing of AusCo's ArtStart program has independent artists fearing the worst for their creative future.
In the last 15 years, cabaret has grown from a niche art form to mainstream entertainment. We find out why, and whether different cities boast unique cabaret styles.
Volunteering and unpaid internships are becoming standard career pathways but female-dominated industries such as the arts use more free labour.
Asking, 'What ideas matter to women?' Sydney Opera House has found an extraordinary enthusiasm to discuss the answer.
From transcendent video art to exquisite dance, here are our picks of this year's Adelaide Festival of Arts' program.
Fringe Festivals have powerful positive economic impacts for cities but not so often so the performers who make them.
From dance and theatre to contemporary music and visual art, here are our picks of the shows to see at PIAF 2015.
Despite more than 500 studies, reviewers say better research is needed to convince policy-makers that strong arts activity generates happier, healthier and wealthier societies.
Understanding Culture Segments can help galleries and arts organisations identify, engage, attract and keep audiences coming through their doors.
Despite the increased presence of queer culture in mainstream arts and entertainment there’s still a place for festivals such as Melt and Midsumma.
A week doesn’t go by without a special interest film festival somewhere. How do they all make a go of it?
When the destination is only a computer screen, how do you use an online festival to network and advance your writing career?
Diminution, diversification, hybridity and new audiences are essential if opera is to thrive in the 21st century.
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