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Western Australia's impending election is an opportunity to re-examine the status quo and re-invent the future trajectory of the state's arts sector, argues Shelagh Magadza.
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The Facebook news ban is being lifted but what did the shutdown mean for small arts organisations and publishers who relied on the platform to build audiences?
When Facebook pulled the plug on 'news' in Australia last week, Koraly Dimitriadis saw it as the end of a long game for the social media giant, which has long been destroying journalism in Australia.
In the latest ArtsHubbub episode, we speak with Carly Findlay about ableism, the media and the new book Growing Up Disabled in Australia.
With Western Australia’s state election looming, the Chamber of Arts and Culture WA has launched a digital campaign to help ensure a strong creative sector.
What does Facebook’s change to content sharing mean for arts organisations? We asked the sector about what is being described as 'a cowardly response'.
The restrictions on sharing news on Facebook in Australia come in response to the proposed News Media And Digital Platforms Mandatory Bargaining Code.
In a landmark move, Tasmania Museum and Art Gallery, and Royal Society of Tasmania, jointly apologises to the Aboriginal people of Tasmania for wrongdoing of the past, and commit to open repatriation and truth telling.
For ArtsHub's 20th anniversary, we look back and ask: are the arts facing the same degree of bullying, or have we become more vocal in standing up for our rights in the workplace as artists?
Australia’s Parliament is holding an inquiry into the creative industries. Ben Eltham looks at the evidence given in public hearings.
With International Day of People with Disability this week, we take a look back through our archive at how well the arts have managed this conversation, and what still needs to change.
Victoria's Shadow Minister for the Arts, David Davis, argues that the state needs to safely increase its audience capacity in theatres in order to kickstart the creative economy and return employment to pre-COVID levels.
We all know we need new business models and other forms of funding to survive in the arts. But what does this actually mean?
The total investment for arts and cultural development in 2020-2021 is a record $1.68 billion.
A panel of thinkers and academics tackled the misperceptions around the Creative Economy, and how the arts and culture sector fits within it.
With an urgent need to monetise digital content, a panel of leaders discuss how business models need to change, as we move into the next phase of our pandemic, tech-driven, creative future.
Theatre has so much more to offer than economic benefits, argues Professor Julian Meyrick.
In the wake of 2020’s devastating impacts on Australia’s cultural life and creative industries, what’s the most important role for the Australian Government? Parliamentarians are answering in a number of ways – for some, it’s a matter of value; for others, policy; for others yet, it’s about action.
A voracious reader who loves the theatre, Tara Cheyne MLA was born in Queensland but is passionate about her adopted home of Canberra.
At the first hearing at the Parliamentary Inquiry into the arts, three writers and a literary journal editor told of our 'weary community that has been existing precariously for far too long'.
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