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Built upon a proud 20-year heritage, ArtsHub is Australia's leading independent online resource dedicated to the world of the arts. Our passionate team actively pursues a vision of being a world-class arts and culture publishing, media and marketplace business that significantly contributes to developing a dynamic, diverse and prosperous arts industry.

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‘Labor to deliver landmark cultural policy’ (eventually)

Should our next cultural policy acknowledge rising inequality, falling wages, and the erosion of the environment and democracy, Julian Meyrick…

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Labor promises new cultural policy ahead of election

Instead of announcing an arts policy prior to Saturday’s election, the ALP has pledged to develop a national cultural policy…

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Music industry call to arms in election lead-up

16 music industry bodies released a three-point plan hoping to lobby politicians and advance Australia's creative potential.

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Long live opera thanks to digital library

A national digital library dedicated to opera is furthering the sector’s commitment to preserving the art form.

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Election resources for the arts

A list of resources to help campaign for the arts, from posting a banner on social media to how to…

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Rising music talents at anniversary awards

Debut stars and blazing talents feature on the nominees list of the 2022 APRA Music Awards, including Rob Hirst, Hiatus…

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Apology to Penny Miles

An apology for the article, The re-building of Circus Oz.

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Back to Back wins international theatre award

Back to Back Theatre is the first Australian company to receive the International Ibsen Award.

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SA Shadow Arts Minister spruiks policy details

With the SA election looming, Katrine Hildyard outlined Labor’s commitments to the sector in conversation with the Arts Industry Council…

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SA Premier defends his arts record

Steven Marshall was campaigning on his arts record when he spoke recently with the Arts Industry Council of South Australia.

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