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Upcoming speakers at Melbourne Writers Festival. L to R: Paul Murray, Leslie Jamison, Michael Cunningham. Photo: Supplied. On the left is a Caucasian man with greying brown hair and a beard, wearing a checkered shirt and looking slightly stern at the camera. In the middle is a Caucasian woman with brown hair hanging in front of her shoulders, head slightly tiled and wearing a vibrant patterned top. On the right is a Caucasian man with black frame glasses, short grey hair and a small smile, wearing a blue shirt.

First look at 2024 Melbourne Writers Festival

Three international speakers have been revealed for the 2024 Melbourne Writers Festival with more to come.

Still from recording of feature writing workshop at The Channel - Arts Centre Melbourne. Two women are sitting on stage against a black backdrop. On the left is Celina, an Asian Australian woman in her mid-20s with a black bob, denim jacket and black dress. On the right is Madeleine, a middle aged Caucasian woman wearing a blue and white floral shirt and white pants.

ArtsHub writing workshop 2: Feature Writing

In this session, ArtsHub's Madeleine Swain and Celina Lei run through feature writing from pitch to publish.

Photo: Vonecia Carswell, Unsplash. Four women hugging each other from behind their backs, wearing different shades of purple clothing representing International Women's Day.

Invest and engage this International Women's Day

With Australia's gender pay gap report published in advance of International Women's Day (8 March), check out these talks and…

Eloise Lark, one of the artists participating in TasmanAi. Photo: Supplied. A playful photo of a women sticking her head on the scanning machine and making an exaggerated facial expression. Snippets of posters and artworks can be seen on a board behind her.

A good prompt can win you free art by real artists

Nine Tasmanian artists will select from a pool of image prompts to create real artworks that will be returned to…

‘Tutti Fruiti’ by AQC tutor Chris Jurd, part of the AQC Teach Me display. Photo: Supplied. An intricate quilt with a pink dotted background and floral motif, nine squares lined up in the centre, each with a round patterned floral motif.

What’s in a quilt convention?

The Australasian Quilt Convention offers a platform for showcasing the best quilters from around the world and encourages learning and…

A singer with microphone has fist raised, seen by the young audience who are cheering Singer with fist raised who are cheering live music.

Young people are hungry for live music – but they're struggling

The desire and passion for live music is strong among young people, but obstacles like affordability, transport and motivation are…

Three people stand outside new museum construction. Powerhouse.

Powerhouse partnership a $4 million win for well-being

A new partnership aims at deepening community connection with Powerhouse Parramatta, through well-being.

Three young circus performers wearing clean white clothing perform acts on a stack of milk crates. One is holding the crates while another is performing the human flag, and a third is climbing on top of the tower. In the background is a wall of crates in black, green, red and blue, with the back wall covered with newspapers.

Daring and intergenerational circus acts on the festival circuit

Circus shows from performers ranging from youths to sexagenarians are heading for MICF and Adelaide.

woven panel with the words 'we are' by young artist Georgina Pechan showing in ARTEXPRESS 2024.
Education & Student News

Young artists and designers show off their work

The annual exhibitions of outstanding art and design by Year 12 students are an important and rare showcase for new…

L-R: Project Alchemy artist Sue Norman and Colleen Weir, collaborators on 'Nye River of Life'. Norman has short grey hair and she is holding up the cover of her book, featuring rows of different colours. Weir is speaking and gesturing towards the book. They are booth sitting down behind a table covered with black cloth.

Making space for collective healing through the regions

Rebus Theatre brought together 15 artists to embark on collective journeys to help heal bushfire-devastated communities.

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