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A young white man dressed as Harry Potter branding a wand, crossing that with a star wand brandished by an other young white man wearing devil's horns.
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Hairy Potter – selling a show when the author is persona non grata

While the creator of the Potter-verse may no longer be everyone's favourite multimillionaire, there are still plenty in the sector…

AGNSW Time-based Art Conservator, Lisa Mansfield. Photo: Supplied. A middle-aged figure with a curly pixie cut, bright smile, wearing a black shirt and white dots, rendered in black and white against a dark blue solid colour background. The text ‘so you want my arts job?’ is in bold white font to their left.
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So you want my arts job: Time-Based Art Conservator

AGNSW Time-Based Art Conservator, Lisa Mansfield, shares how they embarked on this career, its most exciting aspects and why digital…

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Video ideal for touring to boost regional engagement

A new initiative by the Art Gallery of South Australia takes leading contemporary digital media works to the regions.

Actors' mental health is profoundly affected by unreasonable casting practices.
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Disturbing trend damaging actors' mental health

Forced to wait up to four months to hear the outcome of an audition, actors' mental health is regularly suffering.

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Mapping uncharted waters: getting to grips with AI in the creative industries

Presented by AFTRS, the 2024 Digital Futures Summit: AI and the Creative Horizon is a free online forum exploring the…

Still from ‘Ryuichi Sakamoto | Opus’. Image: Supplied. A black and white image of Sakamoto, a Japanese man in his 70s with white hair, tortoiseshell glasses and a black blazer at the piano. He is sifting through some sheet music.
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Screening review: Ryuichi Sakamoto | Opus, Melbourne Recital Centre

With deep involvement from the late composer’s son and wife, ‘Opus’ captures Ryuichi Sakamoto in dazzling body and soul.

Photo: Daniam Chou, Unsplash. Hong Kong cityscape at night with brightly lit skyscrapers seen across the harbour.
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Hong Kong engages arts and cultural institutions across the globe

The West Kowloon Cultural District Authority will sign MOUs with 21 institutions and present an array of events as part…

Light installation with blue tones and people interacting. Vivid Sydney.
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Vivid Sydney spotlights humanity for 2024 Festival

Activities to help you plan your Vivid Sydney itinerary this year.

Future of Arts, Culture & Technology Symposium 2024 at ACMI, ‘Presenting the new canon in 2050’ panel. Photo: Gianna Rizzo. People sitting in a dark cinema with four people sitting on stage below a large screen showing a digital work (still). The work features a human figure moving their upper body with arms outstretched.
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Predictions for the arts canon in 2050

The future ultimately hinges on what gets preserved now, where tech hardware, copyright and data protection run alongside ethical considerations.

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Performance review: The Lion King in Concert, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra empowered a Disney classic with the majesty and power it deserves.

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