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The announcement of Walker’s directorship at Art Gallery of WA was slow in coming, but with it are a raft of questions about his vision for engagement, business philosophy, curatorial structure and unexpected thinking for 'a standstone'.
Created with the support of the City of Melbourne’s COVID-19 Arts Grants, ‘Neon Cyborg Cat Club’ is not a game so much as it is an algorithmic music performance.
For Melbourne Fringe's VCR Fest, Joel Bray adapts his multi award-winning Fringe hit for the screen with 'Biladurang 2.0.'
Hopeful signs for the sector in Sydney as mainstage theatres prepare to reopen, though the situation remains grim in Victoria. Elsewhere, cautious optimism reigns.
Arts and science can make strange bedfellows but they could be the perfect combination to spread the message of a carbon neutral future. A new project in New Zealand is making that connection for the future.
The fourth and last in a decade-long series, Australia Council’s National Arts Participation Survey shows incredible growth and value perception.
Cairns Indigenous Art Fair announces award winners, finalists announced for Bowness Photography Prize, Substation kicks of In-Development program, and more.
Federation Square has received its biggest upgrade throughout its 18-year history, with a $20 million cash injection coming through the Government's Building Works Stimulus program.
COVID-19 has finally struck the Australian screen sector, as seven dancers on 'The Masked Singer' test positive and production grinds to a halt.
The finger of blame has been pointed at the Federal Government, with redundancies the result of ‘delayed, limited and arbitrary industry support measures’ according to MEAA.
The writer-director of the microbudget Australian film talks about tackling a difficult subject, premiering at Palm Springs and releasing during COVID.
From calling out to creating safe spaces, a panel of creatives speak about institutionalised racism in the arts, and the change needed for a more equitable sector.
The ambitious Melbourne-made SBS drama deals specifically with Vietnamese experience but will resonate widely, writes Thuy On.
100% Wolf is heading to be an Australian hero release for 2020, helped along by the UK with an unexpected ally in Vietnam.
The 'radical, inclusive, rebellious' imprint is named after Lui's grandmother. Submissions are currently open.
The Taskforce will work in partnership with Government and the Australia Council to provide strategic guidance around restarting the creative economy.
In a post COVID world do writers and creatives need to worry about specialising? Sometimes it’s better to diversify.
Why do we devalue the next generation of artists? Fergus Black & Lakshmi Ganapathy examine our stance on student productions
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With 15 years in the job, ArtsHub spoke with Jim Cathcart on shaping an organisation’s unique character, finding financial sustainability, and knowing when to go.
New director for Sydney Writers Festival, new board members at Melbourne Fringe, new faces at Music SA, and more.
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