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The Emerging Leaders Development Program hopes to slow the turnover in arts management positions.
With promises of greater sustainability and less red tape, things are looking up under the Arts and Cultural Development Program.
The new Premier of NSW, Mike Baird, has announced a Cabinet reshuffle, and the Arts Ministry was among the changes.
St Martins Youth Arts Centre has ended their nationwide search for an artistic director by plucking a director from the Malthouse.
State Government cuts are forcing Queensland’s peak body for the youth arts sector to permanently close its doors.
Launceston is host to this year’s professional networking gig, with a particular focus on looking beyond the Museum.
A new entrepreneurial leadership course will give participants the opportunity to pitch ideas into an arts festival.
Recent creative graduates are proving the benefit of focusing on creativity when it comes to charity.
First tertiary music program of its kind in Australia has been developed by the University of Sydney
Graffiti artist CDH has hoaxed the City of Melbourne, with a grant application intended to parody their public art program. In an ArtsHub exclusive he explains how - and why - he sacrificed an arts grant for art.
The Arts & Cultural Development Scholarship for Refugee Youth was made possible by a generous bequest.
The redevelopment is set to be the largest in the VCA’s history and will provide studios and performance and exhibition spaces.
Heide Museum of Modern art becomes the first to offer forward-thinking teaching method in Australia.
A distinguished British arts scholar will direct research at Victorian College of the Arts and Melbourne Conservatorium of Music.
The NSW government is recognising creative practitioners may need a helping hand with the business side of their career.
Geographical distance will no longer be an impediment for artists and organisations seeking professional development.
Harvard researcher argues that despite belief to the contrary, studying music doesn’t improve cognitive ability.
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ArtsHub's new arts grant finder aims to provide the most comprehensive listing of arts grants in Australia.
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