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A highly competitive job market pushes art graduates to test the credibility of both TAFE and university sectors.
Assessment doesn't have to be the dark cousin of learning. In creative arts, educators are using new contextual models better suited to artistic growth.
Course outlines can offer tantalising visions to prospective students but some who go in planning a creative arts career are disappointed by too much theory.
A PhD can open doors for artists and creatives—but only if accompanied by some clever strategising.
The arts sector is keen to put the tribulations of 2015 behind us but how optimistic are arts advocates about what's in store for the coming year?
The new year is a great time to assess your strengths and resolve to address your weaknesses. Use this checklist to find out what skills you are missing.
Innovation is at the core of the arts but how does the arts sector take advantage of the Prime Minister's new innovation strategy?
Funding lessons for the arts can be found in the way a food education program captured both public and private dollars.
Technology is both a threat and an opportunity. Learn what smart arts organisations do to become tech-savvy educators.
A new study suggests that informal music-making with very young children can lead to better attention and emotion regulation by the age of five.
With automation a real threat to future jobs, school curricula have to keep up with the times.
Inspiring stories of children with severe learning difficulties emphasise the power of creativity and the arts in education.
Theatre-in-education programs expand young minds but is there evidence they encourage young people to transition into theatregoers as they age?
In late 2012, Regional Arts Victoria challenged small towns across our state to imagine: ‘How can art transform your town?’ Here's how five towns left a lasting legacy.
New students at our elite training institutions often have to undo the damage of bad junior training before they can progress to professional level.
ArtsHub takes the rare opportunity to visit the art centres that are building Aboriginal communities in APY lands in South Australia.
Volunteering and unpaid internships are becoming standard career pathways but female-dominated industries such as the arts use more free labour.
In Australia, we're not so skilled at telling others how great we are. But as artists, musicians or creative practitioners, to be seen, you must master the sell. Here's how.
We’ve clocked up the frequent flyer points to bring you this final slice of the best arts regions for NT, ACT and TAS.
Whether or not creativity can be taught is still a contested question, though it really shouldn’t be.
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