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As Executive Director of Sydney Living Museums and NSW State Archives and Records, Adam Lindsay oversees 12 organisations. We talk to him about leadership in crisis and finding your mojo in the digital pivot.
See-Saw has some sort of magic juice which keeps it getting better and better. It turns out to be made of idealism, common sense, good people choices and the pleasure of running a company.
Inspiration comes in many forms and for street artists, the Coronavirus has delivered a wealth of material, allowing them to respond to the pandemic with humour and kindness.
Moving swiftly and seamlessly, Sydney and Yarra Valley Writers festivals have gracefully pivoted their programs online.
The Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries’ decision to suspend existing funding programs and focus on emergency relief has frustrated some WA artists.
Let's unpack IGEA's stats on the local impact of COVID-19, and what the future looks like for the Australian games ecosystem
As arts and cultural organisations plan to open their doors with easing restrictions, it’s critical to put members and subscribers first. This is why.
While Screen Producers Australia struggles to get the Commonwealth to face the industry's real dilemmas, the report card overseas is both bad and good.
Based on the far south coast of NSW, Gerry Corcoran's work was stopped in its tracks by COVID-19 but the pause has left him feeling refreshed.
The careers of emerging practitioners can inch forward. But the subsequent adventures of the 2001 St Kilda Film Festival winners are surely a reason for hope.
What the data tells us about when, and how, to reopen while getting the cost-wellbeing equation right.
Revenue collapsing, schedules wrecked, standards falling – Flame and Fred tell us the truth about the TV sales and distribution market in a plague year.
Watching words evolve is always fascinating, but that evolution seems to have been accelerated by Coronavirus.
From conserving Australia’s oldest dress to outdoor sculptures, we take a look at the "other jobs" art museums are taking on, in a positive approach to COVID closures.
From folding laundry to going on ‘state of emergency’ walks, creatives share how small and simple actions are providing ballast against uncertainty, grief and chaos.
As we are all separated so cruelly, spare a thought for the hivemind of the writers room. The fragmentation has some great advantages.
As Corona cripples film and TV production globally, Australian comedy gets DIY to pick up the slack.
Music is at its most powerful when experienced live, so how have educators been able to shift classes online and still inspire students?
From psychedelic cartoons to punk histories, there's something for everyone in the office's roundup of the best of May viewing.
If you're in a bookstore browsing a book does it matter if another authors praises it on the cover? Nick Earls wonders if the endorsement industry works when authors are asked to work for free.
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