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Fiona Drummond on Rural South Africa

Fiona Drummond is an economic geographer completing a PhD with the Digital Media Research Centre at Queensland University of Technology.

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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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The complex, contradictory pleasures of pulp fiction

Pulp was the natural home of genre narrative: science fiction, crime, romance, westerns, horror and “weird” tales

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South Africa should turn to ‘creative clusters’ to boost the arts

Clustering has been successfully used by industrialists for centuries as a strategy to generate...

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Hobart’s poorer suburbs are missing out on the ‘MONA effect’

Without shopping in Glenorchy or visiting other parts of the municipality, almost no benefits are passed on to this area

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The gig economy is nothing new for musicians – here’s what their ‘portfolio careers’ can teach us

Musicians can survive under these circumstances by developing important overarching and transferable skills

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The album at 70: a format in decline?

Album sales – as hard copies and digital files – have halved since 2010

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Creative Industries in Chile: The Case of Animation

The creative industries in Chile advanced at a growth rate of 24.7% between 2010 and 2013

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Looking into the “Anime Global Popular” and the “Manga Media”

Reflections on the Scholarship of a Transnational and Transmedia Industry

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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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Broken Orchestra

Between 2007 and 2017, funding for arts programs in Philadelphia public schools was cut from $1.3 million to $50,000

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Walter Keeler: Treasures of the Everyday

Walter Keeler is a British studio potter, born in London in 1942

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Tropical Hits

In 1960, the oldest record label in Colombia, decided to bet on a new way of producing music…

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The Art of Living

Art isn’t always about creating masterpieces, it can be as simple as inspiring a community around you.

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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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