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29 Jan 2015
From new grants to prizes and awards, ArtsHub compiles this week's opportunities to get money: ArtStart, SMFACA Ceramic Award and more.
E-books are cheaper and convenient but the number of print books sold continues to rise revealing our complex reasons for buying books.
VIC Literary Awards, the AACTAs, and a family of painters are this week’s winners.
Passion rather than insight drives this fan-oriented, surface-level tribute to a short-lived music movement.
Applications open soon for the 2015 Sidney Myer Fund Australian Ceramic Award, the richest ceramic award in Australia.
The Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize will celebrate 15 years in 2015 and applications to enter open soon.
Australian photographers rejoice, as one of the nation’s biggest photography prizes readies for 2015 submissions.
With announcements out for some of the richest Art prizes in the country, are there other benefits of an Art prize apart from the money?
The City of Albany Art Award aims to reward quality without limiting artists by imposing narrow prize parameters.
Reviving an old tradition, the Mandorla Art Award celebrates works exploring thematic reflections of Christian scripture.
As Valentine’s Day approaches, Kate Larsen reflects on words of love, and our love of words.
28 Jan 2015
Tricks of the mind, served up with squirts of sauce, mustard and terrible jokes
'Pretty flowers grow in shit.' That's the blunt title and essential argument of an essay arguing Western Australia is better for creating art precisely because it lacks cultural vitality.
Opinions & Analysis
How writers can circumvent the traditional publishing route through a successful crowdfunding campaign.
Whether or not creativity can be taught is still a contested question, though it really shouldn’t be.
Owning art isn't just a matter of following your personal taste. Savvy selection provides opportunity for investment.
Many arts organisations have become dinosaurs, failing to evolve to respond to the needs of new work, delegates at the Australian Theatre Forum were warned.
From self-defeating fears about the quality of one's work to the joy of working in isolation, regional life is a challenging but attractive career opportunity for many arts professionals.
What will the ethical dilemmas of the next 25 years look like?
The Australia Council's dissolution of art form specific boards plays into a homogenisation of creativity that fails the specific needs of the arts.
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