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A panel at the Fair Play Symposium highlighted that ‘the need for change can be met with defensiveness and discomfort’.
Beautiful and athletic bodies are all well and good, but senior dancers bring refinement, emotional depth and a wealth of lived experience to the stage.
Adopting a measure of austerity in his first year to plan for a rich future, SA Premier and Minister for the Arts Steven Marshall outlines his vision for the state, which puts its faith in sector-driven recommendations.
In her keynote speech at the Fair Play Symposium, First Nations curator Genevieve Grieves analyses what it means when we say ‘First Peoples first’.
Artist Ben Quilty has long been a darling within collecting circles and the media for his championing of causes, but a new survey exhibition in Adelaide offers an unexpected view.
As her fourth and final festival nears its end, Wendy Martin reflects frankly on her triumphs and challenges in the role.
After just five weeks in the job as the new CEO of the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences, Havilah has faced the big questions of the Powerhouse’s future at an industry event.
Perth Festival artist Cassils offers their read on gender stereotyping, cross-generational mentoring, how to use training as transformation and doing "all-nighters" for art.
If we are what we read, then what do Australia’s annual book sales figures and book club picks tell us about who we are collectively?
A new exhibition asks how we can regain control over the residues of past trauma through personal memories and local narratives that explore art as a healing practice.
Propelled by the Human Rights Commission Report into Children in Immigration Detention, Cat Hope’s opera transcends the political to create art with compassion.
Pairing with local businesses with an established customer base can help transform unengaged audiences into cabaret fans.
In the wake of January’s devastating bushfires, Ten Days on the Island offers Tasmanians a chance to come together and celebrate our shared humanity.
Juggling a creative career with irregular work and income is challenging at the best of times, but what happens when you have kids? Fiona Harris shares her secrets.
Protection against seizure and restitution has enabled some of China's most important objects, once housed in the Imperial Palace and now held by Taiwan, to travel to Sydney.
Whether it’s pavement art, graffiti, or murals, creating work for the street can be a very different experience to creating a body of work for a gallery space.
Music can help bring people onside before they even realise they are onside, says Aboriginal songwriter and survivor of the Stolen Generations, Brian Morley.
From introducing a bestseller clause in contracts to allowing authors to reclaim their rights towards the end of a work’s commercial life, here are five suggestions to help writers make a living from their work.
How do you encourage local dancers to stay in WA instead of seeking career opportunities on the east coast? By bringing world class choreographic talent to Perth.
A new exhibition at Artspace Sydney calls it straight when it comes to the origins and implications of contemporary Australian nationhood.
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