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Biggest investment in the arts since the Sydney Opera House, NSW Government commits $500 million to Powerhouse Ultimo, on top of the institution's move to Parramatta.
Australian organisations join global campaign to recognise women artists, starting with an all-day intervention by the National Gallery of Australia.
Launching the theme of the 23rd Biennale of Sydney, the message was clear: this is an exhibition about sustainability, continuity and collaboration – where agency replaces ego.
Thanks to a new partnership ArtsHub is seeking new writers, with a special focus on writers of colour.
In the latest ArtsHubbub episode, we speak with Carly Findlay about ableism, the media and the new book Growing Up Disabled in Australia.
Persevering through rejection and criticism are vital for successful artists but they are even more important when your ideas are unconventional.
‘It is more than the objects – it is a culture,’ said Patricia Piccinini, of her Skywhale family, and their capacity to capture a collective contemporary narrative of family and care – and dealing with a lack of control.
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.
With snap lockdowns and hybrid events part of the new normal Dr Jackie Bailey sees an opportunity for the creative industries to stick with the gains from digital.
Sarah Neal, Executive Producer and Co-CEO at Malthouse Theatre, and Glyn Roberts, Artistic Director of the Castlemaine State Festival, share their experiences around creating new outdoors performance spaces.
Some artists are jumping into NFTs while others see pitfalls. Jane O’Sullivan looks at both sides of this emerging meld of art and technology.
Keeping and improving some of our new digital and hybrid work practices simply makes good strategic and financial sense, says Kate Larsen.
Three Australian artists explain how they have adapted their practices since arriving in the UK in the midst of the pandemic.
A new report by Res Artis looks at the impact of cancelled artist residencies globally, with a flood of artists leaving the sector due to dwindling career opportunities and lack of financial support.
An artistic inquiry into disaster preparedness is in its last days and David Pledger thinks it has much to tell us about how emergency services can benefit from the involvement of artists.
Comedian Chris Ryan was as surprised as anyone to find herself nominated for best newcomer at this year’s Melbourne International Comedy Festival – then again, she’s been doing comedy for 9 years and life for 48.
Janice Florence from Arts Access Victoria and Emily Sexton with the Arts House team explain how and why they spent 18 months developing an expansive Disability and Inclusion Action Plan for Arts House.
The classical music sector has long been dominated by men, a situation only amplified for classical saxophonists. The sexism in the industry needs to change, says performer, researcher and educator Jazmin Ealden.
What should we take with us from COVID? In a year when everything changed, Shantel Wetherall looks at how we could embrace another major shift in our thinking, akin to that needed to engage effectively with the global climate emergency.
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.
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Tosh Greenslade and Andrew Weldon mercilessly lampoon the prime minister.
A wonderful and immersive experience, the Triennial takes the visitor on a long and circuitous journey through time and space.
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.
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