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How the arts strengthen our democracy

In the countdown to election day, ArtsHub asked three independent artists how they feel their work contributes to our democracy.

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Photography masters delivers real-world opportunities in a global ecology

Photography Studies College fosters career-ready graduates and supports the sector on an international stage.

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Opportunities and awards wrap

Inaugural Judy Wheeler Commission closing soon, plus winners of the 2022 FUSE Glass Prize announced, and young artists receive Carclew…

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Pursue your passion and unleash your creativity when you study visual arts

Realise your unique creative potential at Adelaide College of the Arts.

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The future of Australian theatre showcased in four student productions

NIDA students’ graduating shows speak to the zeitgeist and showcase the results of years of study.

Opinions & Analysis

Let’s make this election personal

With just a few days left until election day, Esther Anatolitis argues that it’s time to make our advocacy personal.

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Theatre review: Toast

Siblings bicker, reminisce and unite in the wake of loss.

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Ballet review: ALICE (in Wonderland)

Lewis Carroll's novel explodes into colour, sound and movement.

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Fashion's Trojan Horse has got the power

Iordanes Spyridon Gogos’ runway show at the Powerhouse reimagines fashion as a hypercoloured, hypercollaborative adventure beyond boundaries.

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Book review: The Signal Line, Brendan Colley

An award-winning novel that defies easy categorisation.

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