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Lose weight, learn a language, be nicer: standard resolutions have a new meaning in the world of the arts advocate.
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Festivals are a great reason to go beyond your usual beat. Here are ten lesser known offerings well worth a weekend away.
NAVA will use its 30th Anniversary to launch an exciting new Visual Arts Agenda.
Sporting arena, kindergarten, science lab: the top buildings of 2013 are varied in form and function.
Design is critical to economic growth but it still falls in the cracks between industry and arts policy.
The new Arts Party is not a small issue party. There are good reasons why all of Australia needs this initiative.
The Australia Council figures released last week showed Tasmania receives a disproportionate slice of funding. So it should.
A review into demand-driven university places may make it harder to access education in the arts.
Ticket numbers don't tell the whole story but how do you calculate the value of empathy, transformation or community-building?
No less than three Dardanelles specials hoisted the flag at last week’s film market in Cannes. Yawn.
The censorship of art threatens our society's diversity and tolerance.
Selling more drinks at interval has been seen as a guaranteed way to raise revenue for venues. But is it?
New research claims 76% of teens don't download illegally but a torrent site broke records this week. Do the math.
Taking your show on the road isn’t cheap, but there are definitely advantages to finding new audiences interstate.
The new Minister for the Arts is also the Attorney-General. It gives the portfolio seniority but the Minister other priorities.
Photographer Bill Henson has withdrawn from the Adelaide Biennial in a travesty of artistic independence and natural justice.
With opinion polls favouring a Coalition election victory, what might an Abbott government mean for the arts?
Who gets the green light for arts policy: Labor, the Coalition or the Greens?
In the lead-up to the election,why political support for the visual arts is relatively invisible?
Speeches by Tony Burke and George Brandis at Blacktown Arts Centre on Monday may be the closest thing we get to an arts debate
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