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Will future historians view the internet as heralding a new Dark Age, a time of lost opportunity and widespread cultural regression?
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As government funding gives way to more private sponsorship, accountability is being replaced by pressure for arts companies to reflect the values of those giving the money.
Perth needs a distinctive cultural narrative that weaves together Aboriginal and European histories.
Our major performing arts organisations are Australian culture’s country clubs, sponsored by a matrix of old money and old-school networks and protected by the conservative government.
Humphrey Bower's attack on Australia Council's new structure is based on misunderstanding, argues the Council's CEO.
Following widespread reaction to the powerful contention that art should disturb not please, we publish Leysen's full speech.
The world’s bookshelf would be a much poorer place if it had relied on the whims of a select few male publishers and critics.
Executive Director of Australian Society of Authors Angelo Loukakis debunks the hype that cash and copyright are bad for creatives.
Literature can transform our view of the world and help foster a sense of empathy for the suffering of others.
Many authors are turning to book trailers to herald the arrival of a new book. But do they work?
Creative arts offers skills business wants but entrepreneurial artists need to understand the differences to make the leap.
Arts managers are an important part of the sector but they are kidding themselves if they think they are artists.
The UN is investigating intellectual property law and the right to culture but failing to consider the rights of authors.
Are politicians fair game when creating fictional characters? Author Kathy Lette wants to start a trend to make a point.
In this excerpt from her book Battleworn, the British medic examines how artistic creation can turn traumatic events into a fuel for positive projects.
While the tastes of publishers may influence readers, the grassroots nature of book clubs offers a space to resist.
What are the trends, successes and pitfalls driving philanthropy in Australia today? Sector leaders joined the debate at a recent SAMAG seminar.
On television and in crime fiction, dark Scandinavian dramas are the flavour of the month. But why have they got us hooked?
Recent debate on The Conversation serves an opposition between print and online media, but online reviewing deserves a fair go.
In running anonymous reviews, the mainstream media sacrifices a crucial point of difference from online trolls and avatars.
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