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We speak to local publishers to get their highlights for the Melbourne Art Book Fair.
The Productivity Commission has released a draft report which hacks into existing intellectual property (IP) protection for creatives.
To preserve ephemeral art forms we need to write about them creatively and exactingly.
Picking favourites can be a revealing exercise. On the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death, we discover how his words resonate for the Australian arts sector.
You don't have to be dealing with overtly controversial issues to create work that agitates and activates.
People working in the arts and creative industries are moving out of the city and finding the tree change to be a boon for creative practice.
Bad art, procrastination and dull days can be good things. Filmmaker, artist and writer Miranda July discusses how to navigate the discomfort of being creative.
The Blue Mountains is the first to establish a Creative Cluster to bolster local collaboration and create a more resilient industry.
A development position changes hands this week.
Authenticity is the key to youth engagement, but how do you get started and how do you keep it real?
Authors are expected to do more marketing than ever – but here’s why that’s a great thing.
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?
Indigenous women feel a responsibility to write but the obligation to be political is its own encumbrance.
Using the people around you in your art may test whether you care more about your creative work or your relationships.
The inaugural Indigenous literary festival Blak & Bright will promote and celebrate a diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander voices from 18 – 21 February 2016.
Creating different avenues for learning can turn conferences from a talkfest into an important space for practical education in the arts, helping organisations and individuals remain relevant.
Adapting a set of novels into television series is a fabulous recipe to create sequels. But what happens when the producers run out of books?
The Australia Council continues to distribute significant sums to support artists with disabilities.
The arts sector is keen to put the tribulations of 2015 behind us but how optimistic are arts advocates about what's in store for the coming year?
Put away those colouring books. 2016 is a year when literary giants will return and some of the best books may come from emerging writers.
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