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With 15 years in the job, ArtsHub spoke with Jim Cathcart on shaping an organisation’s unique character, finding financial sustainability, and knowing when to go.
For these authors, using a pseudonym was not just about slipping their work past male publishers who did not think publishing was a place for a woman. It was also about more diffuse forms of gender prejudice.
To celebrate 20 years of ArtsHub we rediscovered this article from 2017 looking at diversity in the arts. Have things improved or are the issues the same?
Making up 80% of public museums, many not-for-profit volunteer-run spaces won’t survive the pandemic, which will erode cultural life in communities unless their value is recognised and supported.
Here are some fun and silly Australian multiplayer games to tide you over until Untitled Goose Game's multiplayer update on 23 September.
From crime families to chosen family, to recommendations from far away siblings, this month’s screen picks are shaped by the people we find ourselves connected to - whether we like them or not.
The dance of new passions that emerge from short films in a festival is a promise to the future. Here are two very different women filmmakers growing through luminous short films.
The double blow of COVID and funding cuts have hit the youth arts and theatre for young audiences sectors hard, but they're responding in ways that both inspire and surprise.
The professional development opportunities offered by the likes of Writing NSW and NAVA increases the visibility, viability and inclusiveness of their artforms – so why cut their funding?
New research shines the cold light of reality on who gets to tell us what's important in TV news and current affairs. We are not making progress.
As ACTF head Jenny Buckland emphasises, the sector is adaptable, is attracting new creators and sells well. It has everything going for it – sort of.
Will the wave of accessible works created by livestreaming during the pandemic be a permanent addition to our theatre ecology or a short-lived flowering that quickly fades?
Defying COVID-19, the chair of Wangaratta Jazz Festival says National Jazz Awards, held as part of the festival, offer a creative outlet and opportunity for artists during a year of unpredictability.
Delight is that elusive quality that can reboot your mental health, according to The Rumpus' Caitlin Marshall.
From the way public institutions acquire, to the value placed on Australian artists, and skewed funding streams that favour institutions, Brisbane gallerist Andrew Baker raises some hard truths about the visual arts sector.
South Australian screen support bodies keep their independence, bet on idealism and co-operation.
Itch.io is a digital marketplace that is designed with ease of access and community in mind. Let's look at why it works, and who finds it useful.
COVID-19 should be a chance to re-imagine arts policy but government has been ignoring it for too long.
The Australian arts sector is hurting. COVID shutdowns have been sudden and devastating, leading to widespread job losses and drastically diminished employment prospects for many in the industry.
At Screenhub we want to fully represent the Australian screen industry, including those voices silenced or lost in established power structures. We are teaming up with Diversity in Australian Media to invite more diverse perspectives.
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