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Artists should take control of the arts with advocacy for a living wage and a national artists’ strike.
Street artists may have been welcomed into the mainstream but taggers and writers are maintaining the rage. CDH is among their targets but he can see their point.
Who spends more on the arts: Labor or Liberal? The answer might surprise you, writes Ben Eltham.
The mainstreaming of geek culture means the arts are now targeting the disposable income of a once-derided demographic.
The ubiquitous ‘selfie’ dominates social media, but how do we differentiate between a vanity snap and legitimate art?
A curator used to be a caretaker of objects. But now curators work with words, images and ideas often in the virtual world.
APRA's $160 million monopoly is under the spotlight of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.
A non-profit lender can offer arts organisations a chance to buy their own assets without meeting the conditions of a big bank.
Growing up, everyone has a favourite comic book hero. While most kids don’t end up drawing them, illustrator Nicola Scott did.
Some important things happened in Federal Parliament this week – and not just in the Labor caucus room. With the leadership drama, few noticed the Government shepherding two key cultural policies through the Parliament.
The end of the financial year is an opportunity for last-minute fundraising with tax incentives prompting donations.
Was the police raid on Paul Yore's Linden Centre exhibition really the start of a right-wing campaign against arts funding?
Taking out a loan for an arts project does not have to mean tying yourself to banks with expensive interest rates.
If an algorithm can construct a narrative, what is the role for a museum or gallery?
The NSW Government Creative Industries Plan aims to grow the creative sector without public investment.
Under 30s are frequent givers but what will it take to get them to donate generously to the arts?
The Red Queen asks why we make art. Sculptor Tessa Farmer’s fairies may have one answer in their microworld of evolution in action.
Faster network speeds, accessible technology and wider acknowledgement have allowed electronic art to flourish.
Photos of a pregnant belly, burnt trees and a girl brushing her hair are among images censored from the Reportage Festival.
The Light in Winter Artistic Director Robyn Archer riffs on this year’s themes of voice and light and power in an election year.
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