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Opinions & Analysis

Everything other than Gauguin: addressing the dilemma

We listen, we learn, we ponder, we argue with ourselves and, hopefully by the end of it, we gain a…

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Innovating at the point where theatre and cinema converge

After honing his skills in NIDA’s MFA Directing course, multimedia theatre-maker Mark Bolotin has embraced his ever-evolving practice with gusto.

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Features

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.
Career Advice

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…

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.
Features

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.

Career Advice

So you want my arts job: Games Curator

The gaming sector is booming, so we take a look at what it means to be a Games Curator for…

Still from 'Natural Rythms of Australia' by VANDAL at Darling Quarter North. Photo: Supplied.
Opinions & Analysis

Exploring the ethics of Artificial Intelligence in art

Creators behind year-long generative AI work that traces changes in Australia’s natural environment unveil their considerations when it comes to…

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Immersive performance review: Dream Circus, Luna Park

Luna Park's immersive experience is a great idea, but a $15 million dud for Sydney.

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Podcasts

Australian Podcast Awards announce 2023 winners

Celebrating Australia's best and most popular audio content, this year's podcast awards gave 30 gongs to everything from true crime…

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Performance reviews: The Coconuts – Brown on the Outside, White on the Inside and Breaking, Melbourne Fringe Festival

A punchy satirical musical comedy about being Brown in Australia and a compelling look into our relationship with the modern…

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