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In a world where you can be simultaneously on a suburban bus and at a concert half a world away, art needs to rethink the meaning of live.
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The arts bureaucracy has captured artists with its own mechanistic view of the world. Like David Bowie and Madonna we need to reinvent ourselves.
Men's Rights activists claim feminists have too much power. Censoring them feeds into the anger and hate.
Political correctness isn't strangling creativity – it's just inviting us to be aware of our inner bigot.
Visual arts is useless, edgeless and homeless...and that is a good thing both for artists and for society.
The identity of novelist Elena Ferrente has been exposed, creating an international storm around the right of authors to remain anonymous.
There were walkouts and howls of protest when Lionel Shriver attacked the concept of cultural appropriation but she believes restricting writers to cultural appropriateness will destroy fiction.
Skillful art may be just what science needs to polish its image.
VIDEO: Leaders in arts and disabilities open up about mental health challenges and how the sector can handle them better.
Self-made YouTube vlogs are creating a revolution in the control and distribution of entertainment.
In this video discussion from Arts Access Australia’s Meeting Place 2016, panellists discuss advocacy in the arts and disability sector.
'Massive, unjustified, poorly researched and based on a remote and disconnected economic ideology of unusually destructive force.' That's what the Copyright Agency thinks of the Productivity Commission's draft copyright proposals.
The three smallest contemporary visual arts jurisdictions SA, NT and ACT have now been wiped off the map of Australia.
The National Arts Debate will enable voters to assess Liberal, Labor and Greens arts policies. Here’s our guide to understanding what's at stake.
We have reached Year Zero, a point where cultural policy and infrastructure no longer serves the interests of the arts, the artists or society.
David Berthold, Artistic Director of Brisbane Festival, says we shouldn't restore lost funds to the Australia Council: we should double them.
The idea of creative industries is based on an economy that has no way to count the things that matter.
The arts may contain the answer to a failing society but only if we stop buying in to the dominant economic model.
Probably not, but the use case is changing globally. Better data is essential to keeping up with customer needs.
Malcolm is erudite and charming, but that doesn’t translate into a better deal for artists.
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