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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.
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This week, as part of our 20x20 series celebrating 20 years of ArtsHub, we revisit the state of art criticism, and ask have things worsened or is there hope yet for diverse Australian criticism?
What does the future hold for us in living with COVID? In the final Wellness and Recovery Resource article Trisnasari Fraser looks at philosophies of the past – Buddhism, Stoicism and Existentialism – to find ways of coping with an uncertain future.
Feeling a little burnt-out? It's a natural response when hope is in short supply but according to Dr Jackie Bailey, now might be the moment to re-activate hope.
With COVID-19 closures, visibility for arts organisations is more important than ever to maintain audiences, and grow new support.
Arts and wellness educator Molly W. Schenck talks about how to have tough conversations in art without traumatising collaborators.
The Australia Council’s first international leadership residential took place in Indonesia and Laura Pike looks at what she learnt from the experience.
Based on her research into what makes a good ally, Associate Professor Bree Hadley looks at how we can improve our own behaviours to create authentic allyship.
Artists do their best work when they feel confident to play, when they feel they are not being judged, when they are spoken to with respect.
The leadership of any organisation in sport, the arts or the corporate world must have a clear understanding of its values and standards, and be able to react to a breach straight away.
Independent artists need independent producers; they also need to reconsider some of the negative stereotypes they have about the producer's role.
Enlightened universities are now embedding the principles of design and creativity into their business schools, as businesses recognise the value of arts education.
In a world where you can be simultaneously on a suburban bus and at a concert half a world away, art needs to rethink the meaning of live.
Career funds and fellowships aimed at mid-career artists acknowledge that the need for support doesn't end when you hit thirty.
You are no less an artist if you have a day job that doesn't require you to live on cheap vodka and ramen.
We have reached Year Zero, a point where cultural policy and infrastructure no longer serves the interests of the arts, the artists or society.
As a freelancer you don’t have the power to set the agenda and you can’t afford to argue with those who do. But there are still ways of influencing the outcomes.
Dreaming of a vital arts sector can be empowering but it can also be depressing.
It can be awkward to ask for money you are worth but if you don't, there is a queue of event organisers ready to ask you to work just for 'exposure'.
Improvisation skills can deliver work by improving audition performance and providing a strong background for corporate training.
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