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Commercial galleries prosper against the odds

Four major commercial galleries across Australia share how they have been riding the wave of a market boom with uniquely…

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Revolutionary futures can be imagined

Meeting Place 2021 launched its online forum with a bang this year as keynote speakers offer reflections to overcome ableism…

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The Novel Cure: How books can soothe what ails you

Reading can be a safe harbour and a good self-care remedy in these anxious times.

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The power of play and how to bring it home

The playground may be closed with no free-roaming allowed, but small acts of play can still be achieved and are…

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New galleries forefront First Nations artists for opening commissions

There has been a rise in public art commissions that place First Nations artists forefront of new gallery builds, extending…

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New Mental Health First Aid training for the screen industry

A new screen industry program offers a lifeline for creatives struggling with mental health. Ben Steel says training for mental…

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Why vaccine passports are the future of live performance

Masks and vaccinations have helped European theatres safely reopen, says Adelaide Festival's Rachel Healy.

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Moving book launches online

Many authors have found themselves publishing a book during the pandemic but moving the launch to the digital sphere has…

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Dancing about genes and climate change

A recessive gene’s potential extinction and environmental concerns have informed Dancenorth’s latest work.

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Writers seek solidarity in lockdowns

Surviving lockdown isn’t easy, but some Western Sydney writers believe reading the stories of people from diverse backgrounds can help…

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