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In regional areas, isolation is not new or novel. Rather, the impact on volunteer-led orgs and festivals which drive tourism pose the greatest threat to regaining stability in the regional arts sector.
Bunkered down in Brissy with his nieces, artist Tony Albert puts two major exhibitions on hold and pivots to homeschooling during isolation.
In these pandemic times, cultural leadership is changing. Associate Professor Lizzie Muller sat down with Sydney Festival Director Wesley Enoch to discuss how we're changing with isolation and cancellation, and what the role of the arts can be in our recovery.
From quandaries of faith to phantom thieves, let's take a squiz at what's playing on the screens of the denizens of the ArtsHub and Screenhub offices.
Leveraging an existing community or developing a mass giving strategy are some ways organisations can earn revenue online.
A VFX animation teacher, primary school teacher and two academics talk about their experience and give tips for survival.
Veteran creative business consultant Monica Davidson talks about the practical management of ideas in a plague year.
Changing the narrative was integral to obtaining an additional $10 million for the rural, regional and remote sector, which will be spent on both immediate and long-term recovery.
With the stroke of a pen, the Australia Council has defunded the theatre companies who collectively serve as the sector's research & development arm, arts leaders say.
Arts improve mental health. Megan Sheehy looks at ways the arts can help from virtual dance parties to everyday haiku.
Professor Peter O’Connor has long been an advocate of art's importance in healing after trauma. Here, he gives his views on the role the arts may step into post-COVID-19.
From virtual exhibitions and livestreamed concerts to online art auctions, this is our guide to how art is going digital in the age of COVID-19.
Video bloggers from China, Japan, Hong Kong, the two Koreas and Taiwan have invented a genre which provides great content during the Coronavirus.
For those in aged care, COVID-19 has created a barrier because of social distancing. Visitors aren’t allowed in for obvious health and safety reasons. Thankfully, art can still get through.
Even through troubling times these comedians prove that laughter is always the best kind of medicine.
Whether it’s a balcony performance, hosting an online class, or just making something out of household items, our readers have continued to embrace creativity during this time of lockdown.
Psychologist and soprano Greta Bradman, a member of the Arts Wellbeing Collective Advisory Group, offers up some simple advice about self-care during the pandemic.
As the coronavirus outbreak forces the closure of museums, art galleries, libraries and theatres around the word, the concept of 'on demand culture' is gaining momentum.
Right now, robust companies are vital. Starting with Lingo Pictures, we are holding a series of discussions with the creators of great screen companies.
Keeping community connected is the goal for the Melbourne Cinémathèque, but there's no pretense it's ideal.
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