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Recent travel restrictions have forced festivals and arts organisations to change or postpone upcoming programming.
Fame, fortune and your pick of the best projects – or over-exposure, exploitation and unhappiness? What happens when you win an Academy Award?
Being a performer can teach handy techniques that can help when coping with anxiety.
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.
Hyperlocal, decolonial, diasporic, idiosyncratic – how Australia’s international arts programming is changing.
Perth Festival artist Cassils offers their read on gender stereotyping, cross-generational mentoring, how to use training as transformation and doing "all-nighters" for art.
In retelling the long and often bitter campaign for gay law reform in Tasmania, the new production ‘The Campaign’ not only preserves history, it helps ensure its survival.
Creative ageing is a two-fold problem: the crisis of our artists ageing into poverty, and the lack of sustainability in training and programs as a broader public ages creatively.
Artshub takes a look at how the rise of cultural tourism is trickling into regional Australia and towards bespoke individual offerings, with the revised thinking as "creative tourism".
A recent panel discussion at Sydney Contemporary unpacked the ideas around how the performed body can either uphold or defy systems of oppression and identity.
Violin virtuoso Ray Chen discusses how social media provides audiences with wider access to classical music, and shares his advice for budding artists.
Is the increased focus on performers' sex appeal a tacit acknowledgement that classical music can no longer connect with society on its own terms?
The annual Australian invasion of Edinburgh is about to begin. What attracts them in such numbers? And with over 130 Australian shows to choose from, which should you see?
Setting the price point for an arts event can often be the death of it. IKEA demonstrate how flipping the model might guarantee greater success. But does this realistically translate to the arts context?
What is the responsibility of theatre-makers towards live shows that either were created or are set in the past – especially when they depict events which are problematic by contemporary standards?
Working on the festival circuit is like a fairground ride: fast paced and exhilarating, but also exhausting and hard to jump off.
For any artist, the sting of criticism is inevitable. Here’s how to distinguish when it’s useful, how to handle it, and when to ignore it.
Brian Eno’s 'Music For Airports' celebrates its 40th anniversary this month. To celebrate, we explore the ambient genre.
Looking back over 12 years of social practice in Sydney’s West, Curator Anne Loxley speaks to ArtsHub about how C3West has shaped new modes for cultural engagement and defined communities.
The #MeToo movement has revealed the widespread extent of sexual harassment, and brought down comedy legends like Louis CK. What impact will it have on the comedy industry as a whole?
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