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Making links abroad can have long-term benefits back on home soil.
Ahead of the 11th Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair we explore the important role Art Centres play in ensuring artists are fairly paid.
For the first time in Australia, the world's greatest soprano and the celebrated tenor, Anna Netrebko and Yusif Eyvazov.
A new exhibition rethinks Modernism and its mark on Sydney’s skyline through a community of European designers, largely forgotten.
Do you want to collaborate with artists in other disciplines? Fuse your art with film or your film with art and apply now for HIVE LAB #4.
107 Projects are looking for like-minded creative practitioners to join Joynton Avenue Creative Centre – with subsidised rates on offer.
ArtsHub speak to Festival Director Rosemary Sorenson to find out what brings the crowds to Bendigo Writers Festival each year, and what’s planned for 2017.
The growing number of mature age students often return to study out of intellectual curiosity.
Passionate musicians and jazz devotees seeking to move into festival management should jump on this opportunity.
Learn about AFTRS future-focused screen & broadcast courses at Open Day & Postgraduate Information Evening.
For the first time Indigenous voices tell the story of painting at Papunya, the genesis of the Western Desert art movement.
Australian audiences are engaging with the arts in different ways, including growth in online audiences and First Nations arts attendance.
This exclusive exhibition offers a true understanding of gladiatorial culture and what really happened in the arena.
Cultural awareness training and a plan of action make positive inroads.
Art centres in remote communities don’t often get the attention they deserve but they are the backbone of Indigenous arts practice in Australia.
The Desert Mob Symposium invites audiences and artists to learn from each other.
A unique festival in Alice Springs combines modern technology and ancient landscapes.
The gap between audience interest in First Nations arts and actual attendance rates is closing.
What does the future of cinema look and feel like for filmmakers and audiences?
From donated works to student and staff funded acquisitions, the La Trobe University collections are a fascinating snapshot of 50 years of Australian art.
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