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Cancellations are a last resort in the arts industry where the show must go on. But what when it can’t?
From March 15 - 24, towns across Tasmania will become hives of artistic activity, with Ten Days on the Island hosting a huge program of visual arts, theatre, dance, comedy, music, physical theatre, film and literature.
Crowdfunding took off last year but 2013 promises new opportunities to raise money for your project.
Amidst dangerous budget cuts, the opera world has united to conduct its very own international awards in the hopes of raising appreciation for the classic art form.
The argument for public arts funding is based on the assumption that everyone benefits from the arts. But the greatest value demands widespread participation.
Co-artistic directors Penelope Benton and Alexandra Clapham have focused on themes of creative collaboration and unique art experiences for Art Month Sydney 2013.
Ushering is an old standby for out-of-work performers and aspiring arts workers. But it is not all free shows and flexible hours.
The tense situation in Egypt is becoming a more and more common theme in the recent art of the country.
Results from the National Arts Survey show artists are focused on getting noticed, building audiences and making a living.
The creative and cultural economy continues to grow but not evenly. Two tips: Start thinking of creative services and go digital.
Brooke Stamp, recipient of Phillip Adams BalletLab’s Inaugural Emerging Choreographer Commission discusses the outcome of her residency with Phillip Adams BalletLab at the Centre de Création Chorégraphique (TROIS C-L) Luxembourg.
For anyone, recovering from injury can be a long and difficult process. For performing artists who rely on their bodies for their careers, it’s a whole different story.
With illegal downloading devastating musicians’ incomes, stakeholders around the world are rewriting the industry score.
The National Gallery of Australia pays tribute to the great artist of Paris cabaret with the first ever major retrospective of the art of Toulouse-Lautrec in the country.
There's more to Canberra than politics. Enlighten aims to illuminate the capital's cultural side.
With a little bit of perseverance and passion, finding work as an arts graduate isn’t impossible. Here are five success stories.
The Global Repertoire Database seeks to provide a comprehensive representation and global ownership and control of musical works and is well on the way to becoming a reality.
In 'It's Culture, Stupid' an outspoken paper released today, the former head of Arts Queensland, argues for a massive overhaul of the way we fund the arts.
The arts can be as valuable to developing countries as roads, health and jobs.
The arts community in Hungary is suffering under conditions reminiscent of the Soviet-era.
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