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As some return to the work – and others continue to face unemployment – we take a look at perils of age discrimination and perception of vulnerability in the post-AOVID-19 workplace.
There are a wealth of opportunities when it comes to growing your social media accounts, but what are the absolute dos and don'ts?
First the bushfires and then COVID closures, we look at three arts organisations hardest hit in 2020 and what the opening up of regional travel will mean for their future survival.
Of all the the curveballs that 2020 has thrown the Australian film industry, 'Shrek' making the box office charts might be the funniest.
'It’s all very well to say "we need the ocean to live", but I bet most people on the street can’t tell you why. We wanted to tell a story of how the ocean creates all life on planet earth, and of connectivity between creatures.’
How sticky is your new digital COVID programming, and will it make that secondary pivot back into your core programming post pandemic.
A new collection of scripts written by young regional Australians shares their fresh perspectives with the wider theatre community.
The revival of drive-ins counters isolation, drawing on the magic of cinema in the open air and pointing to a wider future for a struggling form of exhibition.
Writers Sean O’Beirne, Josephine Rowe and Alice Bishop talk with Alice Cottrell about why short stories have such a big impact, at Yarra Valley Writers Festival.
While the sector is frantic to start shooting, it is also relishing the chance to develop projects. How does that feel to Nerida Moore, Screen Australia’s Head of Development?
Isolated from their audiences during lockdown, performing artists found alternatives to connect with audiences through live online performance. But just how is this working out, and what lessons have artists – and audiences – learnt from their experiences?
An animation designed to educate Aboriginal communities in the Kimberley and Pilbara regions about Coronavirus highlights the importance of art and collaboration in health awareness campaigns.
NGA’s exhibition The Body Electric was unable to pivot digitally during COVID-19. We speak with the exhibition's curators about notions of intimacy, imaged desire and perceptions of the inappropriate.
In calling out carpetbaggers, art centres remind us that we all have a role to play in ensuring best practice and the protection of our First Nation artists and communities.
Amazon Prime builds up its Aussie content, The Bold Type makes a fourth impression while Disney Plus looks inside one of its biggest animations and first streams a box-office killing kids film.
To mark National Reconciliation Week #InThisTogether2020 we dive into our archive to share some of the meaningful conversations along the reconciliation journey.
COVID-19 has made it hard for artists seeking professional development opportunities. We look at advice for those who have been financially penalised in the wake of cancelled residencies.
An interview with the award-winning filmmaker about his very personal project. Part cooking show, documentary series and performance art, it defies genres.
Designers for the screen can have an anxious but ultimately satisfying time. This is what it looks like from the inside.
The Australian String Quartet's second violinist says she's never enjoyed practicing more.
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