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Perth's arts and business communities have welcomed the recent announcement that Edith Cowan University, including WAAPA, will relocate to a new home in the CBD.
Having arts festival withdrawals? DESIGN Canberra is offering over 200 events, from open studios and exhibitions to walking tours, putting human connection back into creativity.
Screen Producers Australia, supported by the government of Queensland, is gearing up for a conference with real people next February.
Shadow Minister for the Arts Tony Burke MP has issued a strongly worded statement condemning the Federal Government’s failure to pass on emergency relief money to the sector.
At least the opening of Melbourne should bring a bit more cash into the system. At the moment the most exciting thing in cinemas is a film about toadstools.
Minister Paul Fletcher pops out a taster for the budget next week. Mingy or targeted? You decide.
A new Director for Ausdance ACT, new board members at Guildhouse, and more.
The Australia Council’s First Nations music survey looks at the strengths, challenges and needs of the sector for future growth, independence and respect.
Disdainful of agencies, game for anything, addicted to genre, enthralled by risk, true indie filmmakers are hard to hunt and study. Until now, on the Gold Coast, disguised as simple business folk.
The Marshall Government has committed $10.2 million in new money to help the state’s arts industry recover from the devastating impacts of COVID-19.
An initiative of the Shark Island Institute and Documentary Australia Foundation, Voxdocs presents diverse works to readers of the SMH and The Age.
In a timely re-addressing of history, an Aboriginal artist has won the 2020 Archibald prize, with Filipino-Australian Marikit Santiago taking out the Sulman, and Aboriginal artist Hubert Pareroultja, the Wynne.
The MCA has released a new toolkit to support people living with dementia access creativity at home, while Canberra Symphony Orchestra's Music and Memory pilot program also shows promise.
Fringe call out, fundraising conference, DreamBIG Kids Festival, Inaugural Bankstown Biennale, Gordon Bennett survey exhibition, cabaret returns to Sydney, Seventeenth Doll gets go ahead, and more arts news.
When you are not earning, a small amount of help can mean a lot. The screen and performing arts philanthropic funds are raising money with a unified approach.
Winner of Churchie Emerging Art Prize announced, Writing NSW awards two Varuna Fellowships, Kate Mulvany wins Mona Brand Award plus more news.
From artists submitting an access and inclusion rider alongside their hospitality rider, to international examples of best practice, there's much the Australian live music sector can learn about inclusivity.
Living legend Jack Charles talks about earning the honorific ‘Uncle’ in the latest edition of our monthly podcast, The Artshubbub.
He's performed with Opera Australia and the Australian Boys Choir and most recently a segment on the ABC's 7:30, but George Stirling's other passion has nothing to do with music.
Co-presented with Creative Victoria, the last of our four-part webinar series looks at the importance of maintaining good mental health in these challenging times.
Using headset technology for the past decade, experimental media artist Jane Gauntlett shares her journey on fusing performance with technology to create n intimate experience about living with disability.
Jazz artists have been devastated by the pandemic according to a recent survey, but are well placed to bring back live music, being familiar with small venues and seated audiences.
Make your vocation your vacation as the saying goes but today it means giving up holidays and every waking hour to write a novel. Paul Dalgarno looks at how he made time for writing his latest novel Poly.
This week the theatre world farewelled a giant – Belgian festival director and curator Frie Leysen. We revisit her 2015 article encouraging boldness, as part of our 20x20 series celebrating 20 years of ArtsHub.
While the ATO seems to understand how artists’ incomes fluctuate year by year, Centrelink does not; nor do its guidelines help artists sustain their careers, a situation NAVA is keen to see changed.
As the Australia Council calls for responses to its latest COVID-inspired research paper, Leanne de Souza thinks now is the time to look at digital as the new normal.
Through protagonist Mae, videogame Night in the Woods asks: what will the future hold, if we can’t possibly go back to the way things were before?
With the Parliamentary inquiry into the arts there is a chance to re-define the debate on the arts sectors own terms according to professors Justin O’Connor, Julian Meyrick and Julianne Schultz.
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In this book, Elvery cements her reputation as an author with a strong command of language, style, and suspense, while also paying tribute to women trailblazers in the field of science.
A sense of the open, of fear, and of the possibility of danger pervades this mysterious and emotional production.
Concertmaster Natsuko Yoshimoto farewells the ASO with an exhilarating performance.
Curated by Patrice Sharkey and Rayleen Forester, this is an ambitious survey exhibition of contemporary arts in South Australia.
Bringing together 22 strong, resilient and determined female voices from around the world, Truth Bomb is a homage to the women artists that have ‘guided and inspired’ the author.
A film screening, a follow-up in-depth conversation and a masterclass make for much (remotely experienced) fun.
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