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Despite growing audience at Fringe Festivals, artists are increasingly concerned about the risks and challenges of participating in such events.
With the 50th National Folk Festival this year, we look at the appeal of a genre that eschews fashion for longevity.
What legacy do festivals leave behind them, and how important are such concerns for contemporary festival directors?
To produce exceptional art, artists need exceptions from the rules of general society, a leading artistic director told the ArtsHub Conference.
Despite claims social media has destroyed our attention spans, audiences still flock to endurance-length theatrical epics: but why?
A drag cabaret artist and a comedian with heaps of vagina jokes are not performers you would expect in children's entertainment but there are good reasons to play in both sandpits.
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?
From fundraising to art history, the calendar is packed with quality arts conferences to build connections and broaden your knowledge.
From theatre and visual art to installation and conversation, here are our tips for the festival’s 40th year.
A new year means a tantalising array of new performance works to enjoy. Here are some tips for choosing and some dates for your diary.
Patrons or ambassadors are de rigueur for many arts organisations, but what role do they play, and how do you secure their services?
Directing a dozen arts festivals has given Leo Schofield a clear view on the secrets to ensuring a festival works.
Through our cultural capitals series ArtsHub has surveyed the cultural strengths of Australia’s capitals. This week we present the winners, identifying what each city has to offer as a place to work in the arts, live as an audience or visit as a cultural tourist.
A composer, a choreographer and a theatre-maker reflect on the challenges of creating original work in the context of an international arts festival.
As the Melbourne Festival celebrates its 30th anniversary, we select our program highlights for 2015, among them iconic voices Toni Morrison, Patti Smith and David Malouf.
From preoccupations with gender, sex and death to the growth of cabaret, this year’s Festival is a barometer of the independent sector’s health and its current concerns.
In the latest in our Cultural Capitals series, we look at what Adelaide has that larger eastern states don't.
David Berthold’s first festival as Artistic Director has much to offer: here are our anticipated highlights.
Not everyone can be Leonardo da Vinci, but working collaboratively across disciplines enriches us all.
Advice from the experts on staging a Fringe Festival show without breaking the bank.
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