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Puppetry has featured prominently in recent mainstage productions including Storm Boy and King Kong, but how healthy is the sector really?
The arts can benefit from creative new investment structures including microfinance, business incubators, loans and capital funds.
Not-for-profits are operating in a new paradigm of social enterprise, performance based outcomes and ethical investment.
What happens when you cross an artist with a politician? The Basics Rock'n'Roll Party (BRRP) raises questions about the role artists can play in politics.
The Coalition is touting 'excellence', Labour 'creative industries'. The result will have direct funding implications for four major projects, the contemporary music industry and all funded arts organisations.
Australia’s art galleries are currently enthralled by fashion.
Businesses like BP and Transfield look like great partners for arts organisations. But if you don't ensure genuine common interest with your artists and audiences you could face a public relations nightmare.
Improvisation plays a key role in many art forms, but how much of what we is see is truly spontaneous?
Every arts organisation says they want young audiences. But you should be careful what you wish for.
Do you need a degree in media if you want to work in the film or television industries?
One of Melbourne's most established Indigenous art galleries, Gabrielle Pizzi Gallery, will close at the end of the year.
Increasing professionalisation of the arts is stymying the ability of artists to take control of their sector.
Demonstrating worth, not need, was the key to convincing the WA Government to invest in a new museum.
Performing artists and companies from Europe, the UK and North America still dominate our touring stages: do we have a cultural blind spot where other regions are concerned?
The upbeat theme of optimism brought 250 international museum professionals to Sydney this week for the Communicating the Museum conference. They shared good news for cultural industries.
Artists can excel when working collaboratively, with many taking the leap to create an interdisciplinary space of their own. But what makes an Artist Run Initiative a success?
A craving for a more personal art-viewing experience pushes art into pop-up spaces and artists into uncharted territory.
Theatre companies love the sales from student audiences but are often unprepared for an interactive, digitally savvy audience.
How do you program an international arts festival, and are two festivals ever the same?
Music festivals are banning Native American headdresses, concerned that the fashion item is offensive cultural theft.
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