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Robots, Pano-scopes and Sensoriums: technology has changed experience of museum and library collections for the better.
Engaging people in social and political issues requires not just looking at art but participating in creating.
The switch to streaming services requires musicians and the music industry to rethink how they do business but some are generating a good income.
Regulation and bureaucracy are sucking creativity out of public art in Australia. It’s easier to work overseas.
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.
Engaging adolescents in the arts is quite different from - and often more difficult than - family programming. But the rewards for savvy arts organisations are considerable.
Having put the challenges of 2016 behind us, we've asked a range of industry figures to share some optimism for 2017.
The distinction between the high art nude and the dark alley pornographer has been replaced by an appreciation of multicultural erotic art and porn as therapy.
Many parents are taking their kids to the theatre and galleries, often for the first time themselves.
A book, film, or painting may be just the prescription you need to overcome anxiety, grief, depression, lethargy or ordinary unhappiness.
A prominent mural in Bondi Beach celebrating renowned Indigenous Rights activists has been whitewashed – literally.
From photography to experimental music, there is a podcast for every discipline.
Stop bemoaning the loss of elegant letter writing. There are ways to make art out of email and text messages.
The Republican nominee joins a long line of public figures whose big personalities make them gift fodder for satirists.
The absence of major performing arts companies at the key regional arts conference indicates a failure to see the vitality outside city limits.
The idea of a single future is as mythical as a unicorn. We need to be ready for a complex world.
Albert Einstein, Julia Gillard, Eleanor Roosevelt and Christopher Walken all knitted. Maybe that's why they were more successful than you.
There is increasing pressure for quotas for women, culturally diverse and disabled actors and creatives to improve diversity on our stages and screens.
Imagine if you could jam with a computer that understood your musical strengths or take a life drawing class with a computer that could help you with faces. It's on its way.
The current craze for creepy clowns is a sad reminder that real clowning is a misunderstood art.
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