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Australian popular music is taking the world by storm. At the recent BIGSOUND music conference, some in the industry suggested local music is in a new golden era. Paul Barclay discusses the state of the billion dollar Australian music industry with a panel of industry...
How free from a religious or sacred dimension is our political system? The West has prided itself for years on having shaped strong, secular and democratic institutions of government, devoid of a sacred element, but Philosopher Simon Critchley argues that political or civil theology is...
Panelists discuss the need for and potential content of a national cultural policy for Australia.
Federal Minister for the Arts Peter Garrett wants a national cultural policy and he's inviting you to tell him what you think should be in it by...
Science and art might sound like vastly different disciplines, but Dr Tim Wetherell from ANU believes they are both motivated by a desire to make sense of the world in which we live.
A sculptor and a scientist, Dr Wetherell talks about...
Sound artist, musician, researcher and educator Dr Ros Bandt discusses aural environments, the sculpting of sound, her recent works and musical inspirations.
With host Jacky Angus.
"In a sound installation, you are fully aware of your whole self, your mind and...
The way we interact with museums and their collections is changing fast, and so too is the way they're now engaging with us.
A panel discussion with Frank Howarth, Director of the Australian Museum; Associate Professor Angelina Russo from the Faculty of...
Rear Vision explores why the world of scholarly communication has become so divided over the control, access and cost of knowledge.
The outsourcing of the production of the Medical journal of Australia has divided medical researchers because of the sacking of the editor...
This symposium was an in-depth exploration of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation's (CCI) influence, impact and contributions since 2005, as well as its ongoing agenda.
CCI engaged with academic colleagues and industry, government and community partners to reflect on...
Maori Language celebrations were born in the early 1970s into a climate of widespread rejection and even hostility.