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In the inaugural episode of ArtsHub's new podcast, we chat to choreographer and festival associate Gideon Obarzanek.
Bits & Blogs
Is acknowledgement just a case of name-dropping, or is the honouring of benefactors more than a complex deal for dollars?
Engaging people in social and political issues requires not just looking at art but participating in creating.
The switch to streaming services requires musicians and the music industry to rethink how they do business but some are generating a good income.
Regulation and bureaucracy are sucking creativity out of public art in Australia. It’s easier to work overseas.
Literature and film have shifted from demonising transgender people to attempts to understand them and represent them positively.
Opinions & Analysis
Rock stars, arts philanthropists, costume designers and arts administrators were among those honoured in this year's Australia Day awards.
The Talk is a new segment on ArtsHub that helps you digest the month’s news without choking on the spam.
Trump’s opponents see his lavish taste as evidence of despotic tendencies but perhaps like Louis XIV he will use luxury to support a national economy.
Australia has public holidays for agricultural shows, football finals and a horse race. Why don't the arts have a public day of celebration?
Twenty-six letters are not enough for some artists. Names scattered with punctuation marks make new meaning and smart marketing.
The creative sector's battle over copyright is likely to come to a head in 2017. We decode the jargon and explain why it matters.
The superficial scramble for cultural diversity is not addressing the deep causes of exclusion and the power imbalance in the arts.
Engaging adolescents in the arts is quite different from - and often more difficult than - family programming. But the rewards for savvy arts organisations are considerable.
Having put the challenges of 2016 behind us, we've asked a range of industry figures to share some optimism for 2017.
Some words just got overdone in 2016. It's time to let these overused terms lie fallow for a while, in the hope they may regain some punch.
For many in the arts, 2016 was spent coping with the outcomes of previous years of slashing and burning, but there was a little light on the horizon.
The distinction between the high art nude and the dark alley pornographer has been replaced by an appreciation of multicultural erotic art and porn as therapy.
While balance is improving across the sector, some theatre companies still have overwhelmingly male dominated repertoire.
Many parents are taking their kids to the theatre and galleries, often for the first time themselves.
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