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Cultural icons - what happens when they're gone?

Cultural icons are mortal like the rest of us, but who ought to decide what happens to their legacy after…

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Art smart?

The Creative Industries have been touted as the saviour of cities and economies. But is their prevailing definition too narrow?…

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Opera Queensland remembers John Dingle

Opera Queensland will dedicate its October season of 'Lucia di Lammermoor' to the memory of John Dingle, the Company’s Chorus…

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The Legacy of Lisa Bellear

The late Lisa Marie Bellear, a Goernpil woman of Minjerribah (Stradbroke Island) was busily attending to NAIDOC (National Aborigines and…

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All music is world music

The venerable philosopher Confucius stated “if one should desire to know whether a kingdom is well governed, or if its…

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Quiet please...

In recent years increasing numbers of actor/audience conflicts and difficulties have led writers, actors, social commentators and web loggers to…

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Bigger than bling

It's taken root everywhere in the world. What is the reason for hip hop's phenomenal success and is it really…

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To have and to have not

One of the current buzzwords in the cultural world centres around the notion of a rising “Pro-Am class, aka the…

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Museum of Liverpool – Vision into Reality

Project Director of the National Museums of Liverpool and the new $65m Museum of Liverpool, Tim Evans, lays out the…

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Choo$ing My Religion

Christian themes, often marginalized in the past, are becoming increasingly present in pop culture. So what lies at the heart…

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