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A retrospective of Guy Grey Smith prompts the question of whether he is often overlooked because he lived on the 'wrong coast'.
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Why allow racist abuse and ban penises? The Federal Government’s freedom-of-speech policy begs questions.
Does money have a taint? That’s the question many in the arts community are asking as the Biennale splits with Transfield.
The Minister for the Arts is expected to announce a decision on the Resale Royalty Scheme soon so action is urgently needed.
Transfield Holdings is not the company that runs asylum seeker detention centres but that doesn't invalidate the boycott.
It's time to rethink the 'Australian dream' of the big backyard and the white picket fence.
To achieve a sustainable arts industry, we need to speak with one voice. Artspeak is the latest in a long line of attempts.
A pure diet of one-on-one-music teaching is expensive, narrow and open to abuse, argues the man who oversaw its controversial replacement at ANU.
We need theatre where history fails: 'Black Diggers' shows Australians as the lesser Anzacs.
Lose weight, learn a language, be nicer: standard resolutions have a new meaning in the world of the arts advocate.
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.
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