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Move over Millennials, it’s time for older women writers to shine

Are the works of older women writers writing about their lives a new Australian publishing trend?

‘Safety Yellow Woman’ by Sophia Cai. Photo: Supplied, courtesy the artist. A bright yellow sweater with ridiculously long sleeves and black stripes is laid out on a green metal bench. Cai speaks on the cost of her craft.

How much is your craft hobby costing and three ways to save

Binge buying craft supplies can easily add up, but if you want to play the long game, here are tips…

overseas literary residencies. Image is of a passport, a little toy plan, a sunhat, notebook and sunglasses - all on the wooden boards of a tabletop.

Overseas literary residences: inspiration will last longer than the trip

What are some of the benefits and challenges of applying for an overseas literary residence?

ArtsHub has curated a list of some of the best apps for artists and arts lovers.

The best apps for artists and arts lovers

Thanks to software development, running an arts business and accessing art has never been easier.

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The Artist’s Way Week 4: Recovering a sense of integrity

A new sense of awareness and clarity emerges as we look in the mirror of Morning Pages and take ourselves…

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4 things arts managers are noticing in their best workers right now

ArtsHub surveyed a range of arts managers to find out what their top workers are bringing to the table right…

A young woman in a tutu is in an underground railway carriage and swirling around a pole.

The Artist’s Way Week 3: Recovering a sense of power

Growth can be erratic and uncomfortable, but it's all part of the process. This week we look at anger, shame…

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Webinar #6: Me – we – us: looking after creatives 

The latest webinar in the Creative Exchange series is now available to view online.

Rebecca F Kuang speaking at All About Women 2024, Sydney Opera House. Photo: Jaimi Joy. Kuang is wearing a black sleeveless dress with floral patterns with her hands raised in the middle of explaining something. She has black tied-up hair and a black fringe. On the left is the cover of ‘Yellowface’, with two slanted almond eyes on a bright yellow background.

Yellowface: insights from Rebecca F Kuang

Rebecca F Kuang’s debut literary fiction, ‘Yellowface’ has taken the publishing world by storm. She revealed more about the book's…

A young woman reaches out to the camera with her fingers making a frame. The background is an artist's colourwheel.

The Artist’s Way: Week 2 – recovering a sense of identity

Self-definition is a major component of recovering our creative selves. This week we look at drawing new boundaries and avoiding…

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