trove unveils its next chapter…

Trove unveils its next chapter…

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Trove, Australia's online treasure chest of cultural and historical wonders, turned the page to its next chapter today. 'Trove brings together voices and stories from every corner of the country and provides free access to...
from hal 9000 to westworld’s dolores: the pop culture robots that influenced smart voice assistants

From HAL 9000 to Westworld’s Dolores: the pop culture robots that influenced smart voice...

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Picture: HBO Last year, nearly one third of Australian adults owned a smart speaker device allowing them to call on “Alexa” or “Siri”. Now, with more time spent indoors due to COVID-19, smart voice...
arts centre melbourne keeps ghost lights on for a little longer as it postpones welcoming visitors back to venues

Arts Centre Melbourne keeps ghost lights on for a little longer as it postpones...

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Arts Centre Melbourne has postponed welcoming visitors back to its venues following the recent changes to public health restrictions in Victoria. The ghost lights will stay on a little longer with scheduled reopening performances...
help linden to succeed – donate today

HELP LINDEN TO SUCCEED – DONATE TODAY

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Now more than ever, Linden is working hard to connect our exhibiting artists with you, our supporters and audience. The power of art to bring people together to be inspired, to wonder, to pause...
cream of the crate: album review # 181 – joe tex: the best of

Cream of The Crate: Album Review # 181 – Joe Tex: The Best Of

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   This review was originally posted on the first Toorak Times web site where publications ceased on that site in March 2017. The old site will be permanently closed in 2020 and these reviews are...
sunday essay: training a new generation of performers about intimacy, safety and creativity

Sunday essay: training a new generation of performers about intimacy, safety and creativity

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Normal people/IMDB In his surprisingly dark and often shocking account of life at a New York performing arts school, Alan Parker’s Fame (1980) exposes the way youthful exuberance and vulnerability are easy prey for those who manipulate...
a long way to the top: australian musicians balance multiple roles to make their careers work

A long way to the top: Australian musicians balance multiple roles to make their...

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Picture: Danny Howe/Unsplash Over the past three years, our Making Music Work project has mapped the creative, social, cultural, and economic realities of a music career in Australia. We surveyed nearly 600 musicians to understand their working lives,...
cream of the crate: album review # 179 – manfred mann’s earth band: live budapest

Cream of The Crate: Album Review # 179 – Manfred Mann’s Earth Band: Live...

    This review was originally posted on the first Toorak Times web site where publications ceased on that site in March 2017. The old site will be permanently closed in 2020 and these reviews...
finding beauty in code – 5 ways digital poetry combines human and computer languages

Finding beauty in code – 5 ways digital poetry combines human and computer languages

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Image: Joshua Sortino/Unsplash Since lockdown, everyone has had to rely heavily on digital technologies: be it Zoom work meetings and lengthy email chains, gaming and streaming services for entertainment, or social media platforms to organise...
a twist you can’t resist – last minute bookings!

A twist you can’t resist – last minute bookings!

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We’re taking last minute bookings for an exciting online, artist-led event THIS Friday night with Jacqui Stockdale. Jacqui will begin by introducing her exhibition The Long Shot currently on show at Linden. View 360 tour here Not sure what...