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Lena Nahlous on Diversity Arts Australia

Lena has over 20 years’ experience in arts, cultural and media organisations, and has managed screen and digital media–based initiatives

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Michael Rushton on Arts Economics

Michael Rushton is with the Arts Administration programs at Indiana University in Bloomington.

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Rajinder Dudrah on Indian Cinema

“It’s a very plural, multicultural and rich way of telling stories…”

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Aram Sinnreich on The Piracy Crusade

Dr. Aram Sinnreich is a media professor, author, and musician. He currently serves as chair of Communication Studies at American University’s School of Communication.

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Corey Martin on Indie Game Design

Corey Martin is a game developer & musician in Montréal, QC.

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Tim Craig on the billion-dollar Cool Japan strategy

Japanese creators have not made as much money from international markets as creators in other countries such as Korea or the USA.

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Silicon Valley, from ‘heart’s delight’ to toxic wasteland

The backlash against its distinctive culture and unscrupulous corporations hints at an imminent twist in its fate

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Explainer: why the rock art of Murujuga deserves World Heritage status

Australia is relatively unique because here there are still cultural connections between rock art and the people who created it

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TV’s first interracial kiss launched a lifelong career in activism

Casting Nichelle Nichols as Lieutenant Uhura created possibilities for more creative and socially relevant “Star Trek” storylines

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Leonardo joined art with engineering

Some creative ideas can’t be executed without science

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Luxury fashion brands are making a splash in the art world

With their undeniable star power, names like these have the ability to make art cool again

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What Factors Constitute Structures of Clustering Creative Industries?

Incorporating New Institutional Economics and New Economic Sociology into A Conceptual Framework

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When Bohemia Becomes a Business: City Lights, Columbus Avenue, and a Future for San Francisco

Richard Florida’s arguments flatten, homogenize and commercialize the radicalism and resistance of the cities validated through his criteria

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Creative industries: development processes under contemporary conditions of globalization

Creative industries and the processes of its development reflect challenges and innovations inherent in contemporary public life

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The nature of the creative workforce

There are still doubts that culture’s outputs can develop into profit, and, even more, into businesses

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49 Mile Scenic Drive

In 1954, an artist named Rex May created an iconic street sign for the city of San Francisco

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Sand Men

Neculai, Aurel and Raj all left their homes in Romania for the same reason -to seek a better life for their family

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The Way of the Shaman Drum

When we can hear the music that is played in the palace / Is as beautiful as the music played in fields / Everywhere is harmonious

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The Derby

A portrait of the disparate but connected worlds of workers and revelers at the fastest two minutes in sports.

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Maori Metal

Roughly 3% of people living in New Zealand can speak its native language, and it’s in danger of disappearing. Alien Weaponry, a local heavy metal band, wants to stop that from happening.

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Life After Art

After suffering from a stroke in 2016, Wayne woke up with a talent for painting due to the diagnostic of a neurological condition.

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