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The Pokemon Go craze is reimagining street art and graffiti in an urban gamescape.
'Anxiety is the handmaiden of creativity', wrote TS Eliot. But modern research shows the relationship is much more complicated.
Podcasts are the new black, with major media outlets as well as bedroom broadcasters making the medium their own.
With the volume of this week’s noise and opinion surrounding the closure of Sydney art schools, we filter the news and check the facts for you.
Now that the dust has settled from the latest Australia Council organisations funding round, we can see the implications for the sector – and they’re grim.
A sticky brand is more than just great graphics and grab. We walk you through the steps to conquer lasting brand identity.
Millennials are the great disrupters in how content today is created and consumed, and unless you get with the program you will become invisible.
The key to success in scaling your creative company is to demolish the silos and the egos and dive in favour of a creative communal culture.
The ingrained assumption that work made by regional companies is of poorer quality than metropolitan productions needs to be fought.
The end of the art-science divide is spurring a new renaissance of creative endeavour.
Lisa Havilah explains why cultural institutions should be radical and participatory, and shares her secrets to success.
Canberra’s Segue Festival aims to strengthen cultural ties between Europe and Australia, providing benefits for artists and audiences alike.
FANG – Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google and their ilk now dominate global culture. Where does that leave Australian identity?
An increased flow of works and ideas between cultural organisations in Sydney’s east and west is helping to unify the once-divided NSW capital.
Should Australian writers, directors and actors be internationalising their work? No, says a key American television creator.
The keys to successful creative art are also the keys to a good life.
The Brussels attacks have again thrust Islamic terrorists centre stage, and the way Western theatre portrays Muslims may be part of the problem.
There’s been a feminist revolution since Cyril Connolly declared the pram in the hall the enemy of good art. Now sometimes it can be the bearer of opportunity.
Despite growing audience at Fringe Festivals, artists are increasingly concerned about the risks and challenges of participating in such events.
Authenticity is the key to youth engagement, but how do you get started and how do you keep it real?
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