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A diverse range of creative practitioners will use sound, dance, music and film to explore how we can listen to plants, in a touring program which has just landed in Melbourne.
The pressing need to create culturally inclusive workplaces is detailed in a recent report released by Diversity Arts Australia.
With any new idea, creative direction, or career path, there are common blocks that stand in our way. Madeleine Dore shares tips on overcoming procrastination, self-doubt and distraction to get started.
What was once seen as a niche genre has now exploded into popular culture – at Brimbank Writer's Festival three authors explain true crime's meteoric rise.
Nicole Welch bypassed Sydney, moving from London to Bathurst. Fourteen years on, she talks about the changes and the challenges for an artist living regionally.
Theatre-maker Steven Mitchell Wright and dancer Ngioka Bunda-Heath discuss their respective decisions to leave Brisbane and embrace Melbourne as their new base of operations.
The arts in Australia are at risk of being cast adrift from culture and the diverse social and artistic values and visions that comprise it.
Whether it’s gongs, mantras, new age music, or a sound bath, there’s a growing awareness of the importance of music and sound in self-healing.
Fight directors coordinate fight scenes in theatre, and choreographers assist with movement sequences. Why shouldn't sex scenes also be carefully blocked and defined?
Jonathan Jones’ Artstate keynote talk offered fresh pathways forward in our complex colonial conversation.
An international panel at the Sydney Sculpture Symposium asked whether our education system is failing sculpture.
Fresh from a gruelling national tour of Prize Fighter, theatre-maker and physiotherapist Margi Brown Ash discusses the importance of ‘selves-care’ – collective self-care among an ensemble.
How can a small gallery compete with an institution as large as Mona? Surprisingly easily, it turns out.
Creatively highlighting environmental issues, composer and ecologist Naima Fine shares how she created sound art out of climate change data.
Remembering artists today goes beyond the retrospective exhibition or coffee-table monograph. Find out what’s leading the trend in keeping those conversations fresh.
Sound designer Liam Egan gives a uniquely sonic perspective on working with Warwick Thornton and Freda and Erica Glynn in this contribution to a book of essays devoted to the talented family.
Theatre Republic hopes to grow Adelaide's independent theatre sector, while also increasing opportunities for local practitioners and growing audiences.
No new building, more digital content, a Mitzevich collection rehang and a year of blockbusters; all part of the vision to turn the National Gallery around for 21st century engagement.
From a contemporary response to Frankenstein, to an aural exploration of the body decaying after death, artists across the country are exploring creative responses to mortality.
Taking risks, working with government and escalating the acquisition program: the National Portrait Gallery's outgoing Director reflects on his five years in the role.
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