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Spect-actor power

As a young man during the 1950s and 60s, Brasilian director Augusto Boal wanted to use theater as a means…

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Puppets, politics and the internet

Are the arts taken seriously in Australia? This seems to be an eternal debate, that can only be judged by…

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Finders keepers

Tangible and intangible cultural materials - art, craft, artefacts and human remains - have been hot property since the earliest…

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Right time for TBA

Portland's festival of time-based art is as much about building cultural bridges and extending a hand to the global community,…

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Artist, administrator, academic. Who is the real Peter Matthews?

The University of Ballarat, Arts Academy is located right in the centre of the Ballarat township, inserted in the middle…

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Real culture is native

The emergence of Native American theater in recent decades represents an acceptance of modernity and could be one of the…

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Leading the way

It is increasingly accepted that a robust cultural life (including a vibrant and diverse artistic landscape), is a critical component…

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Bright Young Things

Pick up any lifestyle magazine from any corner of the globe and odds are you'll come across one of the…

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Going once...

Critics claim art auction houses are the epitome of elitist sophistication, snobbery and skulduggery. And there is more intrigue in…

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Raymond Gill on myths, the mainstream and the press

Arts Hub is pleased to bring you this final response to Robyn Archer's Platform Papers issue: The Myth of the…

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