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With state funding comes responsibility to address political issues, argues Ben Eltham.
For artists relying on government welfare payments, reforms recently flagged by the Federal Government could see big changes. But don’t fret just yet.
The Queensland Theatre Company's board has censored a line about Campbell Newman in their current production. Ben Eltham reports.
Arts organisations are not your only options. Thinking – and training – broadly can yield a different kind of job in the arts.
What happens to your artwork after you die and how can you protect it?
Venues and musicians are worried that tough new alcohol restrictions will devastate Sydney's live music scene. Ben Eltham reports.
The arts cannot escape the politics of alcohol, writes Ben Eltham.
Performing arts companies will get new homes but there's no gallery and less temporary exhibition space at Australia's newest cultural precinct under the Walsh Bay Precinct Master Plan released by Arts NSW.
The inaugural ArtsHub 2013/14 Salary Survey Report is the definitive online guide to Australian arts industry salaries, career drivers, job satisfaction, funding and future outlook perceptions.
Everything you need to know about arts salaries, career drivers, job satisfaction, funding and future outlook perceptions, from the inaugural ArtsHub Salary Survey Report.
Suffering a severe case of Mondayitis after the holiday break? There are scientifically proven techniques to get over the blues.
In a world of limited resources how do we choose what art is valuable and worthy of investment. Two philosophers suggest a commissioning strategy.
Considering a cultural vacation? Here are some destinations you may not have thought of.
Whether good or bad, art has an amazing ability to get people talking.
It’s been a year of great promise and considerable disappointment in Australia’s cultural sector with the best news in a generation offered and then left dangling.
The entire national arts sector is facing worrying reverberations as a result of the massive cuts to small and medium arts organisations in Queensland.
Hundreds of arts workers have been retrenched this year. They face practical and emotional challenges but some have stories of exemplary resilience to cheer the sector.
In October this year, the Queensland Government slashed funding to small-to-medium sized arts organisations. In part two of a three-part investigation, ArtsHub asks why the smaller players were targeted, while the major institutions were protected.
In the first part of an exclusive 3-part series, ArtsHub exposes the machinations and implications of money and mates in Qld arts.
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