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Three major reports, on gender representation in the arts, the pay gap, and treatment of women in the workforce make sobering reading for International Women's Day 2016.
Sydney’s theatre venues are used for performance less than a third of the time, while producers struggle to find an affordable venue, an independent study has found.
Feedback from more than 300 organisations and individuals has helped shape the new policy, which focus on collaboration, innovation, diversity and inclusiveness.
A new report commissioned by the Chamber of Arts & Culture WA reinforces the importance of the small to medium sector.
China will not do business with countries that don't also offer both cultural and political relationships.
As Mindful in May begins, we consider what cultivating mindfulness can do for creative professionals.
Last year's inaugural ArtsHub conference was so successful, subscribers have demanded a regular event.
With a flourishing network of stations and dedicated listeners hungry for local arts and culture, community radio is a key support for the arts.
ArtsHub's infographic presents the value of Victoria's creative industries as the State creates a new strategic plan.
With four important Australian art auctions scheduled for this month, this result will only grow substantially making it a fantastic first
WA local governments are making a big investment in arts but new research shows many lack a clear strategy.
Consumers and governments are spending less on the arts but the private sector is going some way to making up the shortfall, Australia Council reveals.
International tourists are more likely to visit arts events than sports or wineries, and their demand for arts events is increasing.
Audiences are growing, the arts are better appreciated but it’s still tough to be an artist, especially for women, Australia Council reports.
We’ve clocked up the frequent flyer points to bring you this final slice of the best arts regions for NT, ACT and TAS.
Despite more than 500 studies, reviewers say better research is needed to convince policy-makers that strong arts activity generates happier, healthier and wealthier societies.
Multiple studies prove the arts improve health, education and economic outcomes, a review of 90 research projects has shown.
This week ArtsHub highlights some of Queensland’s busiest arts and culture regions. Next week: WA
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