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Heide Museum of Modern Art is only 20 minutes from Melbourne's CBD and boasts a unique combination of art, architecture and landscape.
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From learning how to deal with work stress in a productive way to the inner workings of collaboration – costume students learn it
As thrilling as they are for audiences, Australia’s musical theatre scene is dominated by productions honed on the West End and Broadway.
For artists focussed on inner-city audiences, the idea of touring regionally can be confronting. But are audiences any different outside the capitals?
The 2017-18 arts budget is targeted towards capital works and festivals, with no new money for individual artists and small-to-medium arts organisations.
We salute Melbourne artist and filmmaker Tony Woods, who died unexpectedly last week.
A new temporary public pavilion is built to perform.
The risk of death is outweighed by the joy brought to kids for stencil artist Luke Cornish, who is preparing for his third trip to Syria.
Fifty times the Writers Guild has conducted its annual awards competition. That is more than a working lifetime.
A hectic July, with most cities hosting a serious cinematic event, or at least the travelling fests of Turkey and Scandinavia from Palace.
Always at the fore of cultural change, Gene Sherman reinvents her arts foundation, this time with a focus on nurturing creative thinking and ideas.
KEO Films has announced that it is beating the retreat on its Australian operation - or maybe not.
The shortlist for the 50th Annual AWGIE Awards features nominees across 19 categories, including feature film, television, theatre and interactive media.
Ali's Wedding and Roller Dreams take top slots in the audience awards. Both local, both with strong cultural references beyond our borders.
We all want diverse stories to fit a diverse country. This is what we actually mean.
Brisbane will go dotty this summer, as a major survey of Japanese art legend, Yayoi Kusama heads to GOMA.
Opera Australia and John Frost’s production of My Fair Lady leads the Helpmann Awards pack with nine nominations.
Icon versus bureaucracy? The inevitable passage of time and tide? Paul Harris, Triple R and his loyal listeners face the end of an institution.
Artists and arts workers discuss falling in love with the arts – for some a flash of insight, for others a gradual realisation.
ArtsHub talks with artist Joan Ross about making art at Scotland’s Glenfiddich distillery, a unique residency that is up for grabs in 2018.
A NSW academic has received $3.2 million to harness immersive visualisation technology and pioneer a new approach to the study of subjective experience.
The NEXT STAGE Writers’ Program will provide 50 opportunities for Australian writers, consisting of residencies and commissions across five years.
ArtsHub takes a look at a new book by Judith White, a whistle-blower insider account of the troubled Art Gallery of NSW, starting with its Director.
From humble beginnings, the Harry Potter books became a global phenomenon. Twenty years after the first book was published, we examine the cultural impact of the series.
The master survey of the whole sector from the ABS is a fascinating mix of fortunes, which basically shows that the industry is hanging on despite difficult times.
Whatever box we put them in, and none is entirely satisfactory, the artists whose works currently adorn the walls of MONA are clearly extraordinary.
Kirsten Paisley, Deputy Director, National Gallery of Australia responds to a recent opinion piece by ArtsHub's Gina Fairley.
In response to Sydney University’s Final Change Plan for SCA, sector leaders have met to identify pressure points in what that vision might look like.
A new wave of survey exhibitions indicates renewed interest in looking back over artists' careers. Australian curators discuss this trend.
ArtsHub posted an image last week of a scheduled performance by Cigdem Aydemir at the MCA, causing comment over lack of context.
Battle of the Blockbusters: We take a look at how our blockbuster diet has changed as two diametrically opposed exhibitions both promise big numbers.
Why go to film school at all? Let the Vimeo shorts show you the options in a question that can never be answered.
A conversation about community, supporting each other and trying not to let the sector devour itself with competition over limited resources.
More opinions and analysis
The scholarship program targets secondary school students in three states, and is endeavouring to increase access and participation in the arts.
Fitzroy, Newtown… Toowoomba? A new project will identify why, where and how creativity flourishes in certain areas of Australia.
'Despite women making up almost 50% of game players, they account for less than 10% of the games industry.'
Designs for new facilities at Arthur Boyd's iconic Riversdale property have been released by Bundanon Trust.
Collectors and art enthusiasts are spoiled for choice at Melbourne's newest commercial art fair.
Can body fluids be a legitimate art material? We take a look at artists who have pushed the boundaries.
The troubled Post-impressionist painter’s artworks exploring the four seasons are being exhibited for the NGV’s Winter Masterpieces.
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From grants to commissions, budgeting to merchandising, there are lots of tricks to keep you solvent while doing what you love.
Combine low incomes, erratic work schedules and the personal toll of creativity and it's little wonder burnout is rife in the arts. That's why our first e-book is focused on helping you look after yourself while succeeding in an arts career.
Successful job application is a process that usually involves a series of knock backs before the breakthrough so resilience is a key skill.
From the written application to the interview, the techniques that help you get the job you want.
In the first of this three part webcast series on How to Land a Job in the Arts we cover job search techniques, networking and the preparation you need to do before you apply for a job.
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The Show Must Go On: Beyond Resilience
An evening of First Nations art from British Columbia in Canada, with a focus on the Cape Mudge coll...
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Bring your imagination to life these school holidays!
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Celebrating La Trobe University's 50th year featuring iconic art works, ethnographic treasures, and ...
The latest iteration of this annual season of original site-specific works from WA independent dance artists took over St George’s Cathedral.
A choral creation of biblical proportions.
Take five superb operatic soloists and two excellent accompanists. Add a chorus of magnificent young voices and you have a recipe for a wonderful evening’s entertainment.
A multi-layered and vulnerable exploration of relationship dynamics and risk.
Innovative interesting live theatre, 'The Irresistible' brings together great WA theatre makers.
QUT Creative Industries is leading the way nationally and internationally, through forward-looking a...
Heide Museum of Modern Art is only 20 minutes from Melbourne's CBD and boasts a unique combination o...
The Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre brings the South West community the best of live music, th...
Collusion is an Australian fine art music and dance ensemble; respecting tradition and contributing ...
Melbourne's most iconic landmark, Victorian war memorial and Galleries of Remembrance
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