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Reading. On the left is an headshot of a smiling middle-aged woman with a white collared jumper and a white/blonde bob with a fringe. On the right is a book cover with the title Angle of Fire, and an illustration of a person in a hospital bed with a plaster cast on their leg and a breathing mask. Another person is falling/flying downwards in pyjamas. And a third can be seen from behind sitting in a seat at the bottom of the frame.

Why reading can help kids impacted by COVID-era school closures

Teaching children resilience through books.

Patrick. Image is of a table filled with open books covered in shadows and strips of light.

Publishing trends from US perspective

Topical literary trends from a US perspective.

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So you want my arts job: Art Magazine Editor

Rosy Leake is Editor of an art magazine - well two. ArtsHub catches up with her to discover what it…


Amber McCulloch

Amber McCulloch is British Council Australia's Communications & Projects Manager.


Juliana Engberg

Juliana Engberg is currently the Artistic Director of the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art and also the 19th Biennale of…


Aaron Seeto - Director of 4A

Aaron Seeto, Director of 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art is raising awareness of Asian-Australian art and culture.


Joanne Trentini: Producer, actor, writer

Joanne Trentini is a producer, writer, actor and founder of production company The Other One.


Michael Jenn: Actor and Director

Accomplished English actor and director, Michael Jenn, will return to WAAPA next month to direct Arthur Miller’s theatrical masterpiece, The…


Stephen Lloyd Helper

Producer and director Stephen Lloyd Helper is known for creating and championing work of cultural diversity.


Ralph Grayden

Ralph Grayden is an ex-lawyer who, since 2003, has made a substantially less well remunerated living as a journalist and…

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