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CEOs, scientists, activists and innovators have been named on a list of 100 Women of Influence released today but not one artist.
Clothing desired to the requirements of the Muslim faith is a global industry, and Australian designers are leading the field.
From online dating sites to the challenges of archiving, new media is delivering changes for creation, curator and consumption.
Who has more films? Bigger audiences? Better curation? Important premieres? ArtsHub's guide to everything you need to know Australian film festivals.
Data is no longer dry matter for accountants. Creative visual thinkers are in demand to tell stories about everything from food desert trails to population growth in urban areas to the way we use water.
For the first time the Stella Count compares not only how many books by men and women are reviewed but also who reviews them.
Contemporary jewellery is making the leap from artisanal market to gallery space in a major way.
What is driving the $US250 cultural precinct billion trend? World expert on cultural precincts, Adrian Ellis knows.
Leading auction houses tell us what it takes to procure the top-drawer artworks for sale, and then get a good hammer result.
The National Opera Review has the potential to highlight cultural and economic opportunities for Australia from a global art form.
Creative accounting is a high value skill the arts can bring to business, not a criminal activity.
Social enterprises in the creative industries are championing global change and exploring upcoming innovations in ethical design.
With the construction of a new prison to start in 2015, ArtsHub talks to the artists with a powerful role to play within its confines.
A self-portrait blitzed the sales and – with high records for eight artists and fewer pass-ins – the market is looking more buoyant and bold than ever.
As part of the first-response team to political decision-making, the charismatic figure of the Auspol cartoonist has a unique role and, as they admit, a tricky frontline position to manouevre.
At the Melbourne Art Fair this year, a renewed confidence in collecting has put the spring back in the step of the buying market.
With galleries increasingly under pressure, and universities pumping out a stream of arts professionals, other job options are flourishing as emerging collectors are hungry for professional advice. But is Australia following the trend?
The cancellation of the 2015 Big Day Out does not mean the rest of the music industry is in crisis.
Absconding without paying artists for work sold is not only a serious breach of trust but also criminal.
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