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Thirty years ago arts enthusiasts couldn’t wait to leave regional Australia. Now some are going home.
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Lobbying for more arts funding won’t work without a broader conversation on the value of the product, say leading arts thinkers.
To celebrate Shakespeare's 450th birthday, Australia's leading exponent asks why actors and audiences still love the Bard.
Are we on the brink of seeing the Australia Council make it a requirement of funding to have support from the business sector?
Leonard Cohen and Helen Reddy are both seniors, modelling the power of the arts to sustain later life.
With so many different types of type to choose from, we've picked out ten of the best for your professional needs.
Victoria's music industry is in much better shape than two years ago but there is still a way to go.
A retrospective of Guy Grey Smith prompts the question of whether he is often overlooked because he lived on the 'wrong coast'.
Why allow racist abuse and ban penises? The Federal Government’s freedom-of-speech policy begs questions.
The full text of the letter Minister for the Arts Brandis sent the Australia Council warning it off funding the Biennale.
With the South Australian election looming this weekend, ArtsHub runs the ruler over the major parties' arts policies.
Does money have a taint? That’s the question many in the arts community are asking as the Biennale splits with Transfield.
While Melbourne and Sydney duke it out, neither is as necessary to art as it used to be, according to a new book Australian Art: A History by Sasha Grishin.
The Minister for the Arts is expected to announce a decision on the Resale Royalty Scheme soon so action is urgently needed.
Transfield Holdings is not the company that runs asylum seeker detention centres but that doesn't invalidate the boycott.
Some of asylum seekers injured in the Manus Island riots are visual artists fleeing regimes that persecute them for their work , ArtsHub reveals.
The prejudice against fantasy novels misses the social and emotional value they offer, especially for young readers.
Policy makers love arts precincts but street culture can't be planned from the top down.
It's time to rethink the 'Australian dream' of the big backyard and the white picket fence.
To achieve a sustainable arts industry, we need to speak with one voice. Artspeak is the latest in a long line of attempts.
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