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Through the Cherish Fund, the Australia Council has delivered $1.4 million to First Nations arts organisations and artists.
Northern Territory Dance Company and Slingsby Theatre Company are among the latest recipients of RISE funding, which provides targeted funding assistance for sector organisations seeking to restart, re-imagine and create new activities.
In a year when we all reassessed what was valuable (remember the run on toilet paper?) local bookshops came to mean much more than bricks and mortar. We asked writers what made a bookshop valuable to them this year.
This year, we all pivoted to an online model but did it help the disabled community? At our recent Visions 2020 conference, Hanna Cormick, Gayle Kennedy and Madeleine Little discussed how much digital has opened up and the need to do more in the future.
The drip-feeding of announcements continues this week, with Dark Mofo and La Boite Theatre Company being the latest recipients of Federal arts stimulus funding.
There’s a crisis playing out across our universities and, once again, art schools are buckling under their efforts to cut costs.
The future can't get here fast enough was the perfect start for ArtsHub’s Visions 2020 conference. We look at the key takeaways from our panelists and keynote speaker Hrag Vartanian, as we look at what the sector needs in 2021.
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Our strange new world was reflected in the new words which entered our lexicon in 2020 – all with a uniquely Australian twist.
Australia’s Parliament is holding an inquiry into the creative industries. Ben Eltham looks at the evidence given in public hearings.
In the latest episode of our podcast, author and editor Sophie Cunningham reflects on the challenges of 2020 and the lessons the year has taught us.
Sam Missingham’s keynote address at SPN's Independent Publishing Conference acknowledged the success the publishing industry has had during COVID but warned that to be truly resilient and for recovery to take place, there’ll need to be plenty of forward planning and an investment in staff.
Our online conference will make sense of 2020 and think through the arts as an essential part of the ‘new normal’. With guests from across Australia we look at funding, culturally safe spaces, and digital as a way to expand access.
Addressing COVID-19’s impact on artists’ incomes and employment opportunities, the Creative Workers in Schools program will also directly encourage students’ creativity.
To mark UN Zero Discrimination Day we re-visit an article in which sector leaders warn about a growing discrimination across the arts, fuelled by uneven access to digital content.
Public sculpture for hope, The National's 2021 artists revealed, auctions hit new records, Inclusive Film Festival, Pinchgut, Griffin, QSO, and Brandenburg all reveal 2021 programs, plus more arts news and opportunities.
The sudden spike in COVID-19 infections in Adelaide has resulted in the cancellation or postponement of numerous productions.
With an urgent need to monetise digital content, a panel of leaders discuss how business models need to change, as we move into the next phase of our pandemic, tech-driven, creative future.
In the wake of 2020’s devastating impacts on Australia’s cultural life and creative industries, what’s the most important role for the Australian Government? Parliamentarians are answering in a number of ways – for some, it’s a matter of value; for others, policy; for others yet, it’s about action.
At the first hearing at the Parliamentary Inquiry into the arts, three writers and a literary journal editor told of our 'weary community that has been existing precariously for far too long'.
Brian Ritchie and Louise Bezzina join the Visions 2020 conference to reflect on the hyperlocal experience of two inimitable Australian arts festivals.
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