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Innovation, change, sustainability – they are words that plague our art landscape today and unless we adapt, we are doomed.
Festival director Jonathan Holloway gives advice on how to conquer the no, and turn it into a yes when asking for money.
In a world of short trends and consumer churn, the renewed interest in decorative arts presents a counter-movement.
In some contemporary art, the pedestal is as becoming as important as the work itself.
Authenticity is the key to youth engagement, but how do you get started and how do you keep it real?
Who was David Roche, and why do we know so little of his world-class collection until now? His private museum opens in June.
Is it funding cuts, distribution networks or the swell of online journals that is affecting art magazine sales, or have readership and tastes simply changed?
A suite of current – and contrasting – exhibitions play with nostalgic visions and future ponderings of what landscape might mean in our times.
Cultural tourism is not just for the majors. Regional arts organisations are tempting day-trippers to the metropolitan rim with global conversations.
Risk and new creative territory are core to commissioning for some institutions, building visibility and viability in the arts ecosystem.
Weiwei has taken Denmark to task for its asylum-seeker policy. Australia, for now, is another issue.
The Australian Centre for the Moving Image will redefine its role, working with screen creators to enable them to make new work as the very model of a 21st century museum.
2015 was the arts annus horribilis but they say what doesn't kill you makes you stronger. The positive insights industry leaders took from the challenges will enable you to end 2015 on a high note.
How did we get here? Take time to catch up on how politics impacted on the arts in 2015 and enter the new year with a better understanding of the way the arts sector works.
What are the benefits in concurrent programming with partner galleries, and does it bolster audiences or is the reality just a logistical nightmare?
Encouraging transparency and participation, the 2016 ArtsHub Conference will provide the sector with an opportunity to get answers from industry leaders.
The high profile director of MAAS has been pushed by conflicts over the Powerhouse Museum but also pulled by the opportunity to run the first truly international museum in Australia.
Tips on how to manage your organisation’s archive and how to massage it into a workable resource – both online and off.
More than 3,000 Aboriginal sites have lost registration status as part of sweeping changes in classifications in the Aboriginal Heritage Register.
The arts administrator who said all bankers are bastards, is back in Sydney and has a word on government funding, boards, business models and vision in the arts.
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