Unlock exclusive industry-focused arts hubs
Australian Experimental Art Foundation
Develop and implement programs that determine the future direction of the AEAF
Expose your event to a captive audience.
Advertise in the Marketplace
Purchase Art As Therapy today for just $33.14 and enjoy 15% off Our Price
Sorry, this News article is no longer available... You can browse more News articles below.Click here to contact the ArtsHub Editorial team if you wish to make an enquiry.
Showing all news
With beautiful prose, humour and gentleness, The Night Guest offers a glimpse into the recesses of a diminishing mind.
Cineflix has been a major purveyor of Australian and New Zealand TV content. And a successful one at that. But they are picky..
These designers have taken merging with nature to the next step.
The international documentary tranche from Screen Australia gives comfort to independent producers with a yen to travel.
Kate Winslet and Judy Davis set to lead the cast in The Dressmaker, produced by Sue Maslin and directed by Jocelyn Moorhouse.
Move over Burj Khalifa you’re about to be dwarfed by Saudi Arabia’s Kingdom Tower.
There is much hubris in the community art sector but cultural solutions to social problems should expect failure
Ultimately, this is a beautiful story of heartbreak and loss but also of hope and love.
Alister Grierson has back to back screenings of Kokoda and Parer's War on SBS and ABC this coming ANZAC weekend
In the digital age a love story can involve online dating, internet porn and characters who have never met.
Australia’s highly anticipated midwinter festival reveals strong bill of acts including Lily Allen and the reformed OutKast.
Australian apocalyptic thriller, These Final Hours, will have its international premiere at the Director's Fortnight in Cannes.
The author documents a fascinating, protected and sometimes horrifying subculture that has not changed with the times.
The new Premier of NSW, Mike Baird, has announced a Cabinet reshuffle, and the Arts Ministry was among the changes.
For all the film’s pondering, it remains superficial and simplistic, spouting tech-talk clichés best left in decades long passed.
Kent succeeds in offering up a fascinating, rich character and leaves it up to the reader to decide how to feel about her fate.
To celebrate Shakespeare's 450th birthday, Australia's leading exponent asks why actors and audiences still love the Bard.
Ellis has a knack for finding displays of nudity anywhere and everywhere, including at the races, the footy and Gaslight Records.
Californian artist David Goodsell will showcase his molecular watercolours and computer graphics at Vivid Ideas 2014.
New Orleans artist Candy Chang is among an impressive line up of artists to be presenting works at Vivid Ideas 2014.
Advertise your event to a captive audience
Maximise the visibility and reach of your brand and events by advertising with ArtsHub. Spread the word to an engaged audience.
Join the ArtsHub evolution; be part of the exciting, new Visual ArtsHub – the one-stop-shop for the latest industry news, jobs, what’s on and much more in the visual arts market.
Visit Visual ArtsHub
Are you an arts industry insider?
A subscription to ArtsHub will enable you to:
A subscription to artsHub will enable you to: