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From Lake Ballard in remote WA to Vercorin in Switzerland, small towns get big change when they engage with arts.
Theatre education doesn’t just happen in drama courses. Beyond NIDA, VCA and WAAPA, there is plenty of on-campus opportunity.
Northern Rivers towns like Byron Bay and Lismore have long been a magnet for artists escaping the city but they often leave funding opportunity behind.
Art copyright laws are not working for Indigenous cultural property: we need special legislation.
On the eve of the inaugural Celebrity Studies Journal Conference, the convenor asks why we live with the constant beat of the celebrity metronome.
Audiences used to be passive recipients of creativity. Now they are increasingly part of the creative process.
Australia's best-known playwright attacks the squeeze on creative arts education.
Using painting as a research tool has enabled a new understanding of creativity in cancer support, pharmacy and Aboriginal health.
Arts festivals make politicians feel good but they depress independent artists who don't fit the festival mode.
The artistic director of Parramasala denies criticism it has failed to connect with the local South Asian community.
When it comes to visual artists' rights, how does Australia compare with other countries?
Lip service to Asian-Australia cultural links is not followed through at the South Asian Arts Festival.
Taxpayer funding of orchestras should be dependent on Australian content.
The myth that science is superior to arts would end if all higher education courses included a creative component.
Is Australian art reflecting our new world culture? Or are we too busy labelling art to allow it to explore the complexity of diversity?
What can the arts and cultural sector expect in the wake of the Federal Government’s ‘Australia in the Asian Century’ white paper?
WA is the richest state in Australia so why do all the artists leave?
The powerful nexus of arts and health is finally getting government recognition and submissions are wanted.
With local government elections this year in Queensland, NSW & now Victoria, your vote can affect arts opportunities in your area.
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