Arts & Culture
How data expertise is fostering endangered languages
The PARADISEC digital archive model revitalising endangered languages in the Pacific has been taken up in North America, says a University of Melbourne expert.
Bringing a living archive to life
The Living Archive challenges the idea of what an Indigenous museum collection can be and could become say experts including from the University of Melbourne.
The art and science of dance
University of Melbourne's Professor Emma Redding wrote the world’s first masters degree in Dance Science – a now growing discipline in the dance profession
How the VCA’s history can help shape Melbourne’s future
As the University of Melbourne's VCA celebrates its 50th anniversary, what lessons can Melbourne’s post-lockdown artists draw from the institution’s history?
What if Monet were shorter?
Altering the height of an artist’s eye changes their perspective, a University of Melbourne experts says this might also alter the appeal of their paintings.
The hidden stories in Australia’s cultural data
Cultural databases are a treasure store of information that are telling the missing stories in Australia’s cultural history say University of Melbourne experts
Miniature Qur’ans and travelling manuscripts
Didar, a new exhibition on travelling manuscripts from the Grimwade Centre, University of Melbourne brings together themes of making and cultural knowledge.
The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune
The magic that makes great plays comes from empathy, experience and all that is wondrous and strange, writes University of Melbourne's head of theatre
The Oscars shift from big screen to TV stream
A University of Melbourne expert says Apple TV+’s win for CODA crowned a night of Oscars firsts – but what does a streaming win mean for the future of cinema?