George Dunford

George Dunford was Director of Content at ArtsHub, Screenhub and GamesHub (2019-2022). He has also written for Meanjin, The Big Issue, Lonely Planet, The Good Food Guide and others. He has worked in digital leadership roles in the cultural sector for more than 10 years including at the National Library of Australia, National Museum of Australia and the Wheeler Centre. He is currently employed by Museums Victoria and is a mentor in the CEO Digital Mentorship program working with Back to Back and Desart. You can follow him on Twitter: @Hack_packer

George's Latest Articles


Book review: Our Members Be Unlimited, Sam Wallman

In this new kind of graphic novel, Sam Wallman fearlessly celebrates unions and their place in our history and our…

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Opinions & Analysis

Your vote for who controls arts boards

Arts boards are being stacked with political appointments just when they need vision and diversity, argues George Dunford.

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The Kid LAROI scoops the APRA Awards 2022

The 18-year-old rapper was honoured alongside Tones and I and AC/DC at the 40th awards ceremony.

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Richard Flanagan damns arts-uninterested politicians

Saying that we are 'fearful of dreaming large about what we are as a people', Richard Flanagan blasted our politicians…

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Exit interview: Jo Dyer, Adelaide Writers' Week Director

From director to Writers Festival Director to author to political candidate, Jo Dyer juggles many hats. As she departs her…

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Adelaide Festival Awards for Literature showcase excellence

This year's prize winners are a diverse group and many of the top prizes go to women.

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New CEO for Docklands Studios Melbourne

Stepping into the top job after several years in Malaysia, Antony Tulloch is 'delighted' to be returning to Melbourne.

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Company Announcements

Season's greetings from all at ArtsHub

ArtsHub is taking a short break before returning refreshed in 2022.

The numbers 2021 spelt out in face masks

ArtsHub's most popular stories of 2021

Our blur of a year has yielded some highs as well as lows. Look back on how ArtsHub saw the…

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10 words that made 2021

Vaxxed, NFTs and so many more new words this year – no wonder we wanted to disappear into the metaverse.

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