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The Presenters

Some recently opened museums, devoted to history, culture, and tradition, are on the cutting edge of new thinking about the…

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At the barre - joining the Australian Ballet

As a student you hear all sorts of stories from your teachers and the people you meet over the time…

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Getting Covered: Health issues in the arts

An exploration of how artists deal with health issues in the US, where getting and paying for health care is…

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State of the Copyfight: Intellectual property in the digital age

Organizations such as the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Creative Commons claim that Big Brother isn’t just watching you, he’s colonized…

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The Children of Gutenberg: publishing in the digital age

At a recent conference in New York City, Google brought together more than 300 book publishers and authors from all…

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Is the World Truly Safe for the Modern Movie Musical?

There have been a heartening number of movie musicals recently, which has led me to wonder where they’ve been for…

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SHACK (endangered species)

Over the last two years in conjunction with small-town Landcare groups and inspired by the fugitive qualities of nature, landscapes,…

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An Actor's Business: Location Matters

On January 8, 2007, Canadian actors went on strike in a dispute over how they should be paid for performances…

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The Collectors: Museums and the ethics of acquisition

A former curator at the Getty Museum is on trial in Italy for receiving stolen antiquities; governments of Italy and…

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365 Days/365 Plays: A Progress Report

Writing a play every day for a whole year — as Pulitzer Prize-winner Suzan-Lori Parks did in 2004 — is…

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