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An increased flow of works and ideas between cultural organisations in Sydney’s east and west is helping to unify the once-divided NSW capital.
While data scientists and data visualisation may be the future of analysing research, the skill remains in talking to people.
Innovation, change, sustainability – they are words that plague our art landscape today and unless we adapt, we are doomed.
Customer profiling can help organisations and individuals develop a marketing strategy that works. Here's how.
How do populations that have been historically subjected to the forces of imperialism not only prosper within the arts, but champion their own voices?
Mobilising and building audiences through digital marketing requires artists to reframe their stories for maximum engagement.
Advice for those working the room at the Australian Performing Arts Market applies to anyone with creative product they want noticed.
To produce exceptional art, artists need exceptions from the rules of general society, a leading artistic director told the ArtsHub Conference.
Despite being a tired industry buzzword, networking does create real opportunities. We ask industry experts how to boost your skills to have better conversations and connection.
Stop branding and start using value-based language that connects with your audience.
What is Destination Management Planning and how can it put your museum on the map?
Patrons or ambassadors are de rigueur for many arts organisations, but what role do they play, and how do you secure their services?
The arts used to pursue cultural popularity but decry popular culture. Not any more.
Technology is giving audiences back their voice, prompting some theatre companies to embrace their digital critics.
A shot at exhibiting The Archibald, Australia's most prestigious art prize, can put a regional gallery on the map but the challenge is in maintaining the attention.
Every year thousands of shows open at fringe festivals and independent venues. A few go on to mainstage productions and launch lifelong careers.
Nine in ten Australians value Indigenous art, but only one-quarter engage with it. A new report inspects the barriers and strategies to build audiences for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts.
The arts are seeing a return to the bartering economy where cash is replaced by deals focused on time, goods and services.
Performance stills need to serve many masters. How do photographers juggle the demands of marketing, sponsors, designers and the archives?
Theatre-in-education programs expand young minds but is there evidence they encourage young people to transition into theatregoers as they age?
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