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From providing temporary office space to enabling new performance contexts, the resources of a major can be a godsend for a small to medium arts organisation.
Risk and new creative territory are core to commissioning for some institutions, building visibility and viability in the arts ecosystem.
After 15-years, an Australian arts institution has fallen to gentrification. The cluster of galleries is being forced to rethink the warehouse complex model.
With Stephen Page celebrating his 25th year at Bangarra, we explore how white Australia’s attitude to Indigenous art and culture has changed over that time – and where we might be in another quarter-century.
The arts are how we tell stories about ourselves, yet our sector is failing to embrace cultural diversity, both internally and in what we show the world.
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.
The Australian Ballet recently launched their 2016 ‘Power to Transform’ season, but there was nothing transformative for female choreographers.
Technology is giving audiences back their voice, prompting some theatre companies to embrace their digital critics.
Equity between men and women is still an issue but it is far from the only gender question in a world where he and she are only part of the spectrum.
Appropriate museum display of Asian art requires an understanding of Eastern philosophy.
Successful leaders of major performing arts centres in Australia, Singapore, South Korea and NZ juggle financial, political and artistic challenges.
A dystopian view of the future locks art and culture into a virtual world where everyone lives a Kardashian-style online augmented existence.
Far from killing film festivals, digital exposure may be growing audiences willing to try something different.
In a world where attention spans are dropping, tapping into trends as they happen is essential for cultural providers trying to beat the goldfish.
With technology transforming business models at an alarming rate, agility is the key to organisational success.
It has always been easier to get money for a building than for performers to play in it but new funding trends are supporting people not just places.
Within little more than a decade, more Australians will live alone than in nuclear families. The arts will be essential to ensuring that we do not face an epidemic of loneliness.
Disruption is the new mantra. We look at how cultural organisations can use it to accelerate brand alignment with sponsors to sustain their futures.
'appy audiences are engaged audiences. New and innovative apps are appearing to help generate buzz and expand audience reach.
New research reveals design and creative workers are more positive about their careers – even if they do have a tendency to embellish their CV.
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