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The switch to streaming services requires musicians and the music industry to rethink how they do business but some are generating a good income.
'Anywhere art' is now so widespread that the need for purpose-built galleries and theatres is being questioned.
The creative sector's battle over copyright is likely to come to a head in 2017. We decode the jargon and explain why it matters.
Health care students are developing their empathy, moral insight and cultural awareness through a program that helps them look at art.
Revelations this week about the filming of The Last Tango in Paris raise broader issues for the ethics of hoodwinking actors to force them to 'feel not act'.
Arts and social change company Big hART has been awarded the Tasmanian Human Rights Award for Organisation of the Year.
A prominent mural in Bondi Beach celebrating renowned Indigenous Rights activists has been whitewashed – literally.
We need the arts if Australian identity is to be anything more than pallid myths of self sacrifice and chest-thumping assertions of our sporting prowess.
Public hospitals across Australia hold significant art collections putting some of our most significant artists to work as remote therapists.
Even the most successful crowdfunding campaigns can over-promise and under deliver.
Many artists find a baby a hindrance to creative life but child-friendly residency programs help parents continue their creative careers.
The Man Booker-winning author cited the leaked Nauru files as an answer to why writing matters.
Preparing for the future is a challenge facing organisations, institutions and individuals.
Cultural diplomacy helps advance Australian influence and fund global arts engagement but it also places political pressure on artists.
The recent Federal election saw unprecedented coverage of the arts as a political issue, the outcomes of which may have lasting benefits for the sector.
We’ve all been consoled by a song, a film or other art work in times of need. But arts centres can also be practical relief centres in physical emergencies.
Getting more out of your relationship with Council is a two-way street, and if you are prepared to give as well as take, the rewards can be great.
Artists have seen their craft distorted by politicians. Now it’s time to fight back.
Lisa Havilah explains why cultural institutions should be radical and participatory, and shares her secrets to success.
You don't have to be dealing with overtly controversial issues to create work that agitates and activates.
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