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Features

The benefits of accommodating neurodiverse performers

Considering the accessibility needs of performers who are not neurotypical will lead to a more equitable sector.

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Career Advice

So you want my arts job: Theatre Critic

Aside from the glamour of swanning around on opening nights among the glitterati, being a theatre critic necessitates a lot…

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AI doesn’t mean human-made music is doomed. Here’s why

Human music-making isn’t going anywhere, argues the University of Melbourne's Alexander Crooke.

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The Burner effect, part one – Nevada murals

The Nevada Free Range Art Highway, where civic walls are bright with murals and out-door museums are the norm, is…

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Dancing through the world of dyslexia

Developed with young audiences in mind, 'Little Murmur' by the UK's Aakash Odedra Company draws on life experiences of dyslexia…

‘The Hong Kong Jockey Club Series: Dwelling in Tranquility – Reinventing Traditional Gardens’, installation view at Hong Kong Palace Museum. Photo: Pak Chai. A woman sits in a spacious gallery space with a traditional Chinese architectural structure forming a shelter overhead. Windows of different patterns are illuminated on the surrounding walls.
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Dodged the travel blitz? Here are 6 places to visit in Hong Kong post-Basel

Six places to add to your travel itinerary in Hong Kong, plus a selection of local and international galleries for…

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Career Advice

10 entry-level arts jobs to consider (part 1)

In part 1, ArtsHub has selected five jobs that are accessible to emerging arts professionals and suggests things to look…

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Q&A

So you want my arts job: Illusionist

From world-renowned dancer to grand illusionist, Anthony Street talks to ArtsHub about his career in stagecraft.

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Vale Sir Andrew Davis

The much-loved conductor died on Saturday aged 80.

AGNSW Time-based Art Conservator, Lisa Mansfield. Photo: Supplied. A middle-aged figure with a curly pixie cut, bright smile, wearing a black shirt and white dots, rendered in black and white against a dark blue solid colour background. The text ‘so you want my arts job?’ is in bold white font to their left.
Career Advice

So you want my arts job: Time-Based Art Conservator

AGNSW Time-Based Art Conservator, Lisa Mansfield, shares how they embarked on this career, its most exciting aspects and why digital…

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