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The Bundjalung author’s hard-hitting novel wins Australia’s most prestigious literary award.
Australian music is performing remarkably overseas, according to a new Australia Council report.
New studies in SA and WA demonstrate the positive impact of the performing arts on young people’s mental health and wellbeing.
Australian organisations join global campaign to recognise women artists, starting with an all-day intervention by the National Gallery of Australia.
A painting measuring just 22cm by William Dobell has sold this week at Auction just shy of $1M, lifting spirits across the market.
A half-hour narrative sci-fi comedy series originally crowdfunded for digital download will soon air on BBC Radio 4.
Giorgione is one of the most enigmatic figures in Renaissance art, and yet a drawing of his has been discovered in a University of Sydney library book.
Start the year by filling up your diary – ArtsHub gives you the quintessential Australian arts festival and events calendar for 2019.
2018 was big: big blockbusters, big lobbying, big cock-ups and big shifts at the top end for the visual arts.
The Australia Council has revealed details of Angelica Mesiti’s project ASSEMBLY, to be presented at the 2019 Venice Biennale.
From a new art market platform to a commission to mark the national apology to Child Sexual Abuse, ArtsHub recaps the week's arts news.
Anger across the sector as NSW Premier orders the Sydney Opera House to be used for horse racing advertisement – protested last night as lights turned on.
Craft is a global movement – it’s a human movement – and a new Festival of short film leverages our screen-based lives to encourage interest in the handmade.
A portrait of him won the Archibald Prize in 1966, a Melbourne hotel was named after him, and he even wrote a manifesto that shaped Australian art history. Blackman’s legacy is great.
Elizabeth W. Scott has been named Executive Director, Create NSW, heading up the State’s peak arts and screen organisation.
Devenport brings international perspective to Adelaide, and is the first female director in the gallery's history.
Artist Badiucao hides his identity to avoid the attention Chinese authorities as one of many creatives who are under surveillance.
With school holidays approaching, parents are looking for activities that both entertain and educate their children. So how do you design a cultural experience for kids that does both? We speak with two creatives in the field.
Nothing comes easy, especially with disabilities art. Three international leaders talk about the burdens and wins of activism, visibility, failure and collaboration as pathways to greater inclusion.
Digital literature is embracing experimentation. Here are ten significant works of electronic literature you should know about.
LGBTIQ communities fight to be seen and to be heard. Can the international film community help?
Regularly travelling as part of your arts practice can quickly become hard work, so we spoke to artists and writers who do it regularly to see how they maintain their mental health on the road.
Being an ally means being prepared to do the difficult work towards structural change.
Ahead of Love Your Bookshop Day, Australian Booksellers Association CEO Robbie Egan argues that your local book store thrives on being personal.
Looking for bigger audiences and permanence for dance experiences led Sue Healey to film as a way of capturing the experience.
Fight director, actor, critic and dramaturge Dr Danielle Rosvally starts all her theatre students off with one simple lesson which begins with critical skills in the car park.
Relationship building was an important part of the agenda for Alex Raupach when he attended the Communicating the Arts Conference.
Why Australia's space race is caught in nostalgia, when we should be asking if it’s responsible to glorify space advancement at the cost of society, and how artists are shifting that conversation.
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This ‘CineConcert’ brings together superb filmmaking, a brilliant score, and the orchestra displaying their versatility.
It may be Bach heard through different languages, instruments and times but the glory still resonates.
Dublin Fringe continues with Derek Byrne’s debut play based on a real-life encounter at a cruising spot, and a madcap, high-energy performance from Lords of Strut.
Cleeves certainly knows how to construct a captivating, intricate plot with lots of unexpected turns.
A one-man show about loneliness, longing, and social media-enhanced isolation, and a dance theatre piece exploring call-out culture through a comic book lens.
Hill’s must-read book combines detailed research, candid testimonies and an incisive analysis of how abuse perpetrators and victims think.
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