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TIM Winton has weighed into the debate over how books are sold in Australia, warning the federal Government that revoking existing copyright protections would return Australian publishing to a "colonial branch office mentality", shattering the confidence of emerging writers and sparking job losses across the industry.
GoMA's blockbuster Optimism exhibition will come to a close this February, but it won't be before young people have the chance to deepen their artistic experience.
ARTISTS are calling for changes to proposed new laws designed to ensure they receive royalty payments for all artworks traded on the secondary market.
Kids: Contemporary Australia is a comprehensive arts program current at GoMAs blockbuster Optimism exhibition.
In an ordinary street in O'Connor, behind a jumble of fruit trees and vines, lies a garden swelling with produce.
WHEN Elaine Miles started working with glass, she loved its look and feel.
THE financial condition of Australia's six symphony orchestras remains fragile, despite $27 million being spent to fix the problem three years ago.
Fairey was arrested Friday night in Boston on his way to his first solo exhibition. Two arrest warrants had been issued Jan. 24 after police determined that he had tagged property in two locations with his street art campaign featuring Andre the Giant and the word "obey," said Boston police officer James Kenneally.
Serge Diaghilev, the impresario behind the Ballets Russes, was giving audiences three Gesamtkunstwerks an evening, and with a quality of movement that no Wagnerian opera had ever known. In these last 30 years, however, our view of the Ballets Russes has changed.
A musical experience with a difference is being previewed at the National Museum Wales in Cardiff - an attempt to recreate the sound of the Neanderthals.
Fairey's Obama poster strikes me as sufficiently different from the photo. There is certainly a resemblance, but they are far from identical. The AP says it owns the copyright, and wants credit and compensation. Fairey disagrees.
Twenty years on, it has become commonplace to assume that the fatwa and the climate of offence that took hold in its wake has narrowed minds and tied tongues. How far has the fall-out from the fatwa chilled the literary muse in Britain?
Television advertisements are adjusting to the recession more speedily than the programming they bracket. The most direct and bleakest ads cluster around morning cable news shows, echoing the latest stock market dips and unemployment figures. They grow gentler and more sparse around daytime soap operas and talk shows. By prime time, the messages are oblique.
Does the average newspaper reader even skim – much less read – a review of the latest production from a small theater company she’s never heard of and has no intention of seeing? Probably not.
"While increasing the NEA budget will guarantee economic growth in the arts, unless the NEA can be made independent politically and fiscally, it is unlikely that higher funding levels will be sustainable. Only a genuine federal endowment for the arts stands a chance at long-term success."
The only reason that the sellout audience to the opening night of People Get Ready: Human Nature with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra (MSO) stopped tapping their toes was when they jumped to their feet to dance!
Musicians and concert-goers are rejoicing to at last have a venue designed for the performance of chamber music, while the general public is still gasping at its daring facade.
'Another Gay Cliché' It was my second visit to a Pink Shorts season at The Midsumma Festival this year and I walked out, only mildly stirred in comparison to last year
This glittering, modern day cautionary tale is presented by Darlinghurst
Theatre as part of the Mardi Gras festivities. Director James
Beach has drawn forth fine performances by all concerned for this biting,
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