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Damien Wright believes the future is in the handmade, especially as we emerge as a new economy out of COVID-19, and there will be a greater place for craft businesses.
If non-disabled artists listen to those with chronic illness and disabilities, we may yet re-build as a kinder, more robust arts industry that is ready for anything and anyone, argues Fleur Kilpatrick.
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.
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Drawing on a comprehensive survey of 600+ Chinese-speaking students, a new report provides insights and case studies to help arts organisations engage with this potentially huge audience segment.
In the latest ArtsHubbub episode, we speak with Carly Findlay about ableism, the media and the new book Growing Up Disabled in Australia.
As galleries moved online in the pandemic some found tools that would bring them to new audiences while others missed the human connection. Jane O’Sullivan looked at how COVID-19 changed galleries forever.
Companies collaborating with Irish and New Zealand colleagues tell us how their productions are forging ahead despite the pandemic. Dogged determination means the shows can go on.
The theatre sector needs a trauma-responsive rehearsal process, argues community-engaged artist Claire K. Redfield.
After closing for a major make-over (and pandemic postponement) the Australian Centre for the Moving Image is re-opening with a fresh approach to its collection and exhibition spaces.
Almost a year into the pandemic's impact on the arts, now is the time to look beyond emergency support programs to ask tough questions about working conditions and social recognition of artists.
As we emerge from our COVID-induced hibernation, it’s time to embrace some old-school networking in the real world. Here are some tips to help you do it.
Persevering through rejection and criticism are vital for successful artists but they are even more important when your ideas are unconventional.
The leap of faith from a shorter work to a full-length book comes with many potential pitfalls including procrastination and self doubt. A new book has tips on how to make that jump with confidence.
‘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.
Are you guilty of hiring or working with talent who always brings trouble? Verity Johnson breaks down a question every creative should ask.
From sound designers and circus riggers to artistic directors and general managers, this popular series looks at a range of arts careers and the skills they require.
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.
Linda Nochlin’s 1971 essay was a scathing and detailed analysis of how and why white bourgeois men were 'great' while women and people of colour were not.
If you’re a talented problem solver, passionate about the music industry and keen to help artists go far, then a career in artist management may be for you.
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