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Editor-in-chief and co-founder of New York-based arts news site, Hyperallergic, Hrag Vartanian will present the keynote speech for Artshub’s Visions 2020 conference, bringing his unique view on social justice, artist advocacy and hope.
A win for the regions – $6.7 million investment by the Andrews Labor Government to develop the National Centre For Photography has been announced for Ballarat.
Despite international borders remaining closed, it is the Aboriginal arts sector that is demonstrating how to work around the barriers, with two major exhibitions being toured to Europe this month.
From Robodebt, bushfires, COVID19, to #LetUsSpeak, and so much more; Australian journalists are recognised for their tireless efforts in bringing to the public the most important news of our times.
Diversity in historical fiction is honoured with prize money doubling for the inaugural ARA Historical Novel Prize.
The Australia Council has released new protocols addressing key legal, ethical and moral considerations for the use of Indigenous cultural material in the arts.
In the latest ArtsHubbub we look at the ways in which giving is supported in the arts. We speak with a longtime Perth Festival volunteer, the CEO of philanthropy organisation Creative Partnerships Australia, and other guests about the importance of giving back to the arts.
Arab-Australian writers donate rare works to raise funds through an auction to support initiatives in Lebanon after the blasts in Beirut.
In our longest podcast so far we look at the barriers that stop many from participating in the art, especially disability and race.
Self-made businessman, John Schaeffer was arguably Australia’s greatest collector of Pre-Raphaelite art, his gifts to our state institutions leaving a legacy for generations.
Big gestures are being made around the world to get the studios humming but what how is the rest of the world re-starting studios and productions. This may well be a triumph of hope over common sense.
A national survey of over 23,000 respondents shows that 67% of audiences will return to arts venues once they believe the risk of COVID-19 transmission is minimal, although 11% won’t be back until risk of infection has completely abated.
More than 130 Ministers of Culture caught up in a global online meeting aimed at laying out recovery strategies for our post-COVID world.
Olivia Wolfe is as tough and as resourceful as anyone who has inhabited the fictional world of crime.
The Hon Paul Fletcher met with arts leaders today to discuss how to support the industry as COVID-19 closes cultural institutions and cancels performances nationwide.
In the second episode of our monthly podcast we speak about politics in art and the importance of reaching an audience both physically and online.
Even if you've not opened a book in ages, remember that we are in an age of hyper-literacy and our days are saturated with words.
It’s time to fill your calendar with these literary prizes, fellowships and opportunities.
After two summers that couldn’t be more different – from drought and fires to heavy rain – conversations about the Anthropocene, and artist activism around climate change, are ripe for new resolutions.
As we prepare to put this bin fire of a year behind us, let's look back on our most-read stories of 2020.
In a year when we all reassessed what was valuable (remember the run on toilet paper?) local bookshops came to mean much more than bricks and mortar. We asked writers what made a bookshop valuable to them this year.
This year, we all pivoted to an online model but did it help the disabled community? At our recent Visions 2020 conference, Hanna Cormick, Gayle Kennedy and Madeleine Little discussed how much digital has opened up and the need to do more in the future.
With a perspective from US theatre, Elsa Hiltner believes now is the time to talk about equity in pay and that it will improve the works produced.
The future can't get here fast enough was the perfect start for ArtsHub’s Visions 2020 conference. We look at the key takeaways from our panelists and keynote speaker Hrag Vartanian, as we look at what the sector needs in 2021.
A panel of thinkers and academics tackled the misperceptions around the Creative Economy, and how the arts and culture sector fits within it.
David Throsby says that widespread discrimination is the most likely cause of gender-related disadvantage that female artists, across all areas of the arts, face pursuing their creative careers.
With an urgent need to monetise digital content, a panel of leaders discuss how business models need to change, as we move into the next phase of our pandemic, tech-driven, creative future.
Theatre has so much more to offer than economic benefits, argues Professor Julian Meyrick.
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Edited by Cameron Muir, Kirsten Wehner and Jenny Newell, these excellent essays speak more of loss than of hope.
A family friendly vibe, Galea leads the way as our charming host of Best Trick Ever presented at the Sydney Opera House.
Comedian, actor, writer and director Sam Longley beautifully brings to life the 'revised' version of Jack and the Beanstalk.
In times like these we are privileged to be presented with a magnificent triple bill full of splendid playing.
This book abounds with fascinating anecdotes about the lives of Kimberley artists.
A sci-fi epic of technologies and cultures clashing across the stars.
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