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This week, as part of our 20x20 series celebrating 20 years of ArtsHub, we revisit the state of art criticism, and ask have things worsened or is there hope yet for diverse Australian criticism?
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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.
What does the future hold for us in living with COVID? In the final Wellness and Recovery Resource article Trisnasari Fraser looks at philosophies of the past – Buddhism, Stoicism and Existentialism – to find ways of coping with an uncertain future.
Agility, adaptability and upskilling are all part of the process, but gifs are important too. Lessons learned from Melbourne Fringe's first foray into presenting a festival digitally.
During difficult times, Stella Young Prize winner Vanessa Jo Di Natale tells about how the award changed her arts career.
Feeling a little burnt-out? It's a natural response when hope is in short supply but according to Dr Jackie Bailey, now might be the moment to re-activate hope.
Simon Hinton, Artistic Director/CEO of Merrigong Theatre Company, has written a love letter to the theatre industry celebrating our arts champions.
In the coronavirus crisis there have been calls from all sides to 'save the arts', but we should also ask what sort of arts industry we want to save.
Merrigong Theatre Company's Simon Hinton calls for moral leadership and structural change in the arts industry.
Reflecting on personal experience, playwright Lachlan Philpott says that asking our friends if they’re ok in the current crisis is not enough: we must listen carefully to the response and act on it.
With COVID-19 closures, visibility for arts organisations is more important than ever to maintain audiences, and grow new support.
We asked readers what their top priorities were to funding our way through COVID-19 and beyond. Here are the results.
In just 12 months, the NGA has absorbed the largest intake of new positions and a rethink of staff funding since the gallery opened.
If a sustainable arts practice were a meal what ingredients would it need? Dancer and choreographer Alison Plevey thinks arts practice can be a hearty lasagne, a rich comfort food that keeps you going.
Arts and wellness educator Molly W. Schenck talks about how to have tough conversations in art without traumatising collaborators.
The Australia Council’s first international leadership residential took place in Indonesia and Laura Pike looks at what she learnt from the experience.
Based on her research into what makes a good ally, Associate Professor Bree Hadley looks at how we can improve our own behaviours to create authentic allyship.
Artists with disability believe it is their right to be reviewed in the same way as abled artists; that the narrative should come from the quality of their work, not their disability.
This week we want to put Indigenous arts at the centre of what ArtsHub does by starting a new series written by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.
Getting your work out into the world is always challenging so Sam Grover asked how can we promote ourselves better with so many digital channels.
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