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Just 40 kilometres west of Brisbane, the Ipswich Art Gallery is located in the restored old town hall in the heart of Ipswich Central.
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VIDEO: From driving a converted bus to driving public engagement with living artists, Elizabeth Ann Macgregor knows where inspiration is found.
Filipino-Australians are one of the largest diaspora communities in this country and yet we know little about the art of this close regional neighbour.
Now that the dust has settled from the latest Australia Council organisations funding round, we can see the implications for the sector – and they’re grim.
As the end of the financial year approaches, many arts organisations benefit from donations as contributors and supporters look to reduce their tax bill.
Melbourne’s popular dusk-til-dawn event will return next year under new leadership and with an additional host city in regional Victoria.
A philanthropic partnership will deliver a major boost to arts education in South Australia.
The story of Dan Jackson and his documentary In the Shadow of the Hill, set in a Brazilian favela, is a case study in deep commitment to a project and a community.
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Complaints about the judging process and the PM's involvement have dogged the awards.
At the premiere of Force of Destiny, his film based on his own brush with death, Paul Cox reflected on his life.
The NSW State Budget has delivered funding for key cultural infrastructure and continuing support for local arts organisations.
Women writers of colour called out the tokenism they often strike when discussing diversity at the Emerging Writers' Festival.
Who really scored a buzz at SFF? Ten films to watch out for as they arrive in the cinemas. (we hope).
Next year Sydney College of the Arts will fold into UNSW Art and Design, and conversations with NAS are in play.
Artists and arts workers across the country are mobilising to highlight the fact that the arts matter to Australia.
We take a look at trending language to help you leverage the world of cultural entrepreneurship.
A new dance festival in February 2017 will provide a new stage for contemporary dance in Queensland and tough competition for the southern states.
Millennials are the great disrupters in how content today is created and consumed, and unless you get with the program you will become invisible.
To support and participate in the inaugural National Arts Day of Action, check in regularly with this ArtsHub blog.
Writers share self care tips and advice on dealing with the precarious incomes, isolation, burnout and self-doubt.
$7.7 million has been returned to the state's arts budget, while a $35 million upgrade for Her Majesty’s Theatre has also been announced.
The Long Story Short Project offers up to $300,000 for short iView drama series. Five companies step into the spotlight.
Myths about funding criteria are preventing craft practitioners getting their fair share of funding.
We need to get over the sense that normal rules don't apply in the arts and structure the work so it can be done in reasonable hours.
The State Government of South Australia makes it a trifecta, as The Cedars lands another hand out just weeks prior to the Federal Election.
Despite recent dramas, including the dismissal of the Board and the appointment of a statutory manager, the 2016 Festival will proceed as scheduled.
The three smallest contemporary visual arts jurisdictions SA, NT and ACT have now been wiped off the map of Australia.
Indeed the most positive comment in relation to Senator Fifield that we could find on Twitter was 'He turned up'.
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Can habits really improve our creativity? No-nonsense approaches to dealing with procrastination and self-doubt by writers prove useful for all creatives.
VIDEO: Sydney Festival director Wesley Enoch shares what inspires him in difficult times.
VIDEO: The Wheeler Centre's Head of Programming shares insights about working in the arts and the importance of spontaneity.
Dripping paint on the walls of the MCA this week is a symptom of the profile of light festivals. But there's more to light art than projections.
VIDEO: Artistic Director of Melbourne Festival tells us what inspires him about working in the arts, and what the sector needs most.
Visitors to Guggenheim NY can now use a solid gold toilet that's both an artwork and a convenience. It's not the first time toilets and their contents have been made into art.
From shock to anger to acceptance, the stages of mourning are all too evident as the arts sector copes with the funding overhaul.
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