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International and local poets meet in NSW to celebrate the spoken word, reminding us the power of human communication and connection.
A new study shows that half of Australian teens read for pleasure, and more than half hold a valid library card.
From literary leaders and conductors to opera and Broadway directors, new appointments at the top were announced this week.
221 projects have been supported financially to the tune of $6.1 million, with 35% first-time applicants.
Mental health and wellbeing in the arts have gained traction as topics for discussion, but is action being taken as seriously as the conversation?
What is the current state of Cultural Funding by Government? A new report shows where the money is going.
A new collaboration between the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra and prison inmates aims to build empathy, self-esteem, writing skills and community engagement.
A new report has found that private support for the arts has grown in Australia over the past six years, a trend that is escalating.
Commonwealth Games Commission, BalletLab Award for contemporary art and Creative Partnerships winners.
The inaugural Neilma Sidney Literary Travel Fund recognises the unique value of travel in the development of new writing and literary careers.
Always at the fore of cultural change, Gene Sherman reinvents her arts foundation, this time with a focus on nurturing creative thinking and ideas.
Saluting those who have achieved in the arts – we raise our cap to this week's award winners.
63 people who have given tireless support to the arts were recognised in the Queen's Birthday Honours this year.
A new study reveals a surprising picture of Western Sydney artists and arts practitioners, and documents their resilience despite a lack of funding and resources.
At a time when mainstream media coverage of the arts continues to shrink, the nation’s foremost journalism awards have at last recognised arts journalism.
Curators appointed to Parrtjima and Edinburgh Festival, a new Chair for AFTRS and a Festival Director steps down after five years.
In the age of the globalisation of everything – and the privatisation of everything else – libraries can and must change.
Amid industry turmoil, newspaper cartooning is increasingly becoming a niche activity.
By being open to what’s possible, writing becomes a process of discovery, says playwright Andrew Bovell.
Is Australia facing an illustrator drought, or are the lack of local funded initiatives to blame for their poor visibility?
Reading can be a political act, an act of solidarity, an expression of willingness to listen and to learn from others with radically different histories and lives.
From humble beginnings, the Harry Potter books became a global phenomenon. Twenty years after the first book was published, we examine the cultural impact of the series.
If we want good arts journalism it may just be up to us as content consumers, not because of cuts and a devaluing by the media giants.
Writer quits and pens an angry screed about the state of arts criticism: it's a familiar story, but does the latest example say more about the industry than the individuals involved?
A conversation about community, supporting each other and trying not to let the sector devour itself with competition over limited resources.
Childlessness is often regarded as a necessary sacrifice for a creative career, especially for women.
Once more unto the breeches: a feminist mounts a defence of romance fiction, renovated for the 21st century.
Literature and film have shifted from demonising transgender people to attempts to understand them and represent them positively.
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