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The Brussels attacks have again thrust Islamic terrorists centre stage, and the way Western theatre portrays Muslims may be part of the problem.
There’s been a feminist revolution since Cyril Connolly declared the pram in the hall the enemy of good art. Now sometimes it can be the bearer of opportunity.
The global art market rises and falls on multi-million dollar works but 90% of artworks sell for less than $50,000.
Despite growing audience at Fringe Festivals, artists are increasingly concerned about the risks and challenges of participating in such events.
Authenticity is the key to youth engagement, but how do you get started and how do you keep it real?
From providing temporary office space to enabling new performance contexts, the resources of a major can be a godsend for a small to medium arts organisation.
Malcolm is erudite and charming, but that doesn’t translate into a better deal for artists.
Risk and new creative territory are core to commissioning for some institutions, building visibility and viability in the arts ecosystem.
After 15-years, an Australian arts institution has fallen to gentrification. The cluster of galleries is being forced to rethink the warehouse complex model.
Did you know that copyright can apply to your tattoo and your tag? We bring you copyright updates from the experts on 3D printing, street art, t-shirts and totes.
With Stephen Page celebrating his 25th year at Bangarra, we explore how white Australia’s attitude to Indigenous art and culture has changed over that time – and where we might be in another quarter-century.
Designers are often misunderstood as mere window dressers instead of meaning-makers intrinsic to creative process.
Singapore has positioned itself as a regional hub, throwing vast amounts of money into cultural infrastructure. Is there a place for Australia its regional scope?
The arts are how we tell stories about ourselves, yet our sector is failing to embrace cultural diversity, both internally and in what we show the world.
Arts and media professionals are facing tumultuous times but most in the arts are optimistic about the impact of the internet age.
The new Minister has admitted he is thinking of 'adjustments' to the NPEA. We examine the evidence that the Budget cuts to the Australia Council will be reconsidered.
Governance done well is often invisible but arts boards deserve attention and imitation.
Through our cultural capitals series ArtsHub has surveyed the cultural strengths of Australia’s capitals. This week we present the winners, identifying what each city has to offer as a place to work in the arts, live as an audience or visit as a cultural tourist.
The Australian Ballet recently launched their 2016 ‘Power to Transform’ season, but there was nothing transformative for female choreographers.
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