Travel somewhere new from lockdown.
New grants to aid the arts and culture sector are welcome. But as we look for distraction and meaning in isolation, a bigger correction is needed to how the government values Australian creativity.
The 22nd Biennale of Sydney is testament to the capacity of art and exhibitions to move beyond reflection to lead dialogue, especially at times of crisis and cancellations.
The government mush respect the arm's-length principle which ensures institutions like the British Museum are independent from government control.
Trade in cultural goods and services offers emerging markets an opportunity to benefit from their cultural capital and globalisation.
Why shouting diversity just doesn't cut it if the system is designed to keep people out.
Soothing tunes for anxious times.
Stories like 'Romeo and Juliet,' 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland' and 'Jane Eyre' are still relevant today.
In a Sydney community centre, a group of artists with and without disabilities are showing how creativity can connect us all.
Research shows meaningful and accessible activity like sports and arts may have significant impacts for homeless youth or youth at risk of homelessness.
Beautiful art can provide hope and healing.
Deeply influenced by Steve Biko and the Black Consciousness Movement, artist David Koloane, who died on 30 June 2019, believed that artists have a right to define their own work.
A legal expert looks at the issue of robot rights and what makes us human.
Autistic and artistic, you can be both.
We talk about artistic inspiration all the time – but science demands inspiration too.
Unlike many of his predecessors, the US president is no vulture of culture.
Dancing, drumming, visiting galleries and so on are one of the best ways of enhancing public health.
The Greek model of supporting the arts is both old and ongoing; it embraces difference and internationalism and believes art is the cornerstone to civil society. We should learn from that model.
There are so many opportunities for women in Hollywood these days, as long as they play roles that were originally intended for men.
The arts have long been championed in SA, but in recent years the sector has started to stagnate.