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If you are a parent with children, chances are you are a homeschooler now. Writer Elissa Blake has been homeschooling her kids for over a decade and has some timely advice for those making the change.
Sandra Gattenhof makes the case for arts being included as core skills in both public and private schools to create the next generation of artists and problem solvers.
Being a performer can teach handy techniques that can help when coping with anxiety.
With school holidays approaching, parents are looking for activities that both entertain and educate their children. So how do you design a cultural experience for kids that does both? We speak with two creatives in the field.
From gender neutral bathrooms to the use of language, we speak with arts practitioners who are championing more inclusive workplaces.
Theft of books has occurred for centuries, but cultural institutions don't always want to talk about it. We speak with collection managers who protect some of our most valuable artefacts.
In this new series we look at some of the best jobs in the arts and ask how people got to where they are. First up, Suhair Khan from Google Arts and Culture.
In her keynote speech at the Fair Play Symposium, First Nations curator Genevieve Grieves analyses what it means when we say ‘First Peoples first’.
The role of University Art Museums has changed dramatically in recent years. ArtsHub talks with three venues across three states to get a clearer picture of how they are punching above their weight
Jonathan Jones’ Artstate keynote talk offered fresh pathways forward in our complex colonial conversation.
An international panel at the Sydney Sculpture Symposium asked whether our education system is failing sculpture.
Despite living in an image-saturated world we offer little education in the vital skills of learning to critique what we see all around us.
Indigenous Literacy Foundation’s The Great Book Swap raises funds for remote Australian communities: you can host a book swap at your workplace, school, organisation or even your footy club.
A strong opinion piece can enlighten and embolden a reader, while a poorly constructed argument can be noxious. So how do you create something insightful, relevant and engaging?
How can we safeguard feminist works for the future? Several organisations share examples from the past and the present.
From women’s representation to First Nations’ intellectual property – ArtsHub takes a look at significant social campaigns and what we can learn from them.
Bangarra's youth outreach program Rekindling returns in 2018, encouraging Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander students to explore culture and relationships through dance.
From multilingual spoken word workshops to Girls from Oz travel programs, WA is producing fulfilling experiences for young people.
The psychological benefits of art work best when audiences slow down but galleries struggle to stop the rush.
The arts like to think of themselves as the heart of originality but perhaps we can learn from info tech, design and even banking when it comes to innovation.
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