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Multicultural arts is moving beyond Chinese lanterns to celebrate the vibrancy of contemporary Asian art.
For a visual take on the information, innovation and inspiration of ArtsHub 2014, check out these graphic recordings.
What arts worker is that? Identify the 'types' you work with and you will be better equipped to manage them.
WA suffers disproportionately from ABC cuts, part of a persistent national failure to rate the West.
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AusCo's decision to cancel six year contracts has caused widespread unrest in the community arts sector and an exchange worthy of 'Yes Minister' at Senate Estimates.
Regional Arts Victoria appoints three new Creative Arts Recovery Facilitators and Perth Festival announces new Artistic Director.
There are awards this week for sports writing, sculpture, music, and experimental typologies.
Her experience in Christchurch after the earthquakes showed Steph Walker why arts matter so much to community.
Artists are swapping the garden tools and the station wagon for frames and canapés to convert their garage into a low cost gallery space.
ArtsHub is extending its services with new tools for careers, auctions, social analytics, company profiles and polls.
The old rules won’t necessarily work with a new generation of donors employing different funding structures.
The arts can benefit from creative new investment structures including microfinance, business incubators, loans and capital funds.
Not-for-profits are operating in a new paradigm of social enterprise, performance based outcomes and ethical investment.
The $44.4 million auction record set by the late Georgia O’Keeffe keeps female artists excluded from the company of the greats.
Victoria's artistic youth and a profoundly unorthodox pianist are celebrating financial wins this week.
The arts articulate identity and there’s a place for some healthy nationalistic partisanship in that role.
With the election on Saturday, Victorian politicians have added more inducement to their arts platforms.
Donors are younger, savvier and using a new raft of techniques and vehicles in deciding how they support not-for-profits.
Cuts to Classic FM's "live" music broadcasts comes as no surprise.
What happens when you cross an artist with a politician? The Basics Rock'n'Roll Party (BRRP) raises questions about the role artists can play in politics.
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