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Great, someone wants to come to your show. But make booking too hard and they might give up or never return.
UK arts analyst John Kieffer warns Australia could be headed for a British-style funding crunch
Conversation equals wealth if you know how to leverage casual encounters into marketing opportunities.
Making a living in a single art form can be impossible. Doubling or tripling your creative outlets has exponential rewards.
With a Labor Government looking increasingly likely after the 2016 Federal election, Arts spokesman Mark Dreyfus is re-examining the ALP's arts policy.
We’ve clocked up the frequent flyer points to bring you this final slice of the best arts regions for NT, ACT and TAS.
Despite more than 500 studies, reviewers say better research is needed to convince policy-makers that strong arts activity generates happier, healthier and wealthier societies.
It might be hard to believe, but you don’t need a cool 10K to kick off an art collection. Here’s how.
Understanding Culture Segments can help galleries and arts organisations identify, engage, attract and keep audiences coming through their doors.
Here’s our latest profile of the top South Australian regions for all things art.
Stay tuned for our final series wrap of NT, ACT and TAS.
Labor is promising a review, the LNP cultural infrastructure money. But will the Queensland result make any real difference to the arts sector?
Western Australia is not all just sprawling deserts and mineral mining booms. Art also flourishes in its local government regions. Here's some of the busiest for arts. Stay tuned for SA.
Site-specific storytelling can help at risk young people feel safer and more connected, and inform councils on how to better create safe public spaces.
The rich cultures of Indigenous Australia have long been a closed book to mainstream arts organisations. The lead curator of the First Peoples exhibition at the Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre, Melbourne Museum, explains how traditional institutions can bridge the gap.
This week ArtsHub highlights some of Queensland’s busiest arts and culture regions. Next week: WA
Traditional values or cutting edge originality? Creative momentum or red carpet status? What does your potential business partner want?
Not so long ago you could flunk physics and top the art class. It's getting harder as technology merges with creative work.
There is no clear career structure for arts managers but there are things you can do to maximise opportunities.
Get out of the office. Learn something. Network. Come back inspired.
The arts sector has had an uncomfortable roller coaster ride over the past couple of years. 2015 may be calmer, as artists and arts organisations get on with implementing the ideas that have bounced them around but the big picture challenges remain.
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