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Writer and essayist Zoya Patel joined memoirist Bri Lee at this year’s Melbourne Writers Festival to discuss how personal work inevitably becomes political work.
A year in, ArtsHub speaks with the National Sound and Film Archive’s new CEO on how exhibitions and digitisation are necessary to grow a living, accessible collection.
Converting the general public into arts lovers is everyone’s responsibility, and it’s an area in which festivals, with their range of free public events, can play a key role.
The hustle of being an artist, or any type of creative for that matter, can at times become all too consuming. A new exhibition offers a light-hearted take on the serious business of being an artist.
Absolute Humidity sounds more like a weather app, but unlike the weather, this publication is razor sharp accurate in mapping cultural engagement with the Asia Pacific.
ArtsHub spoke with artist run spaces to ascertain whether smaller towns are more receptive to ARIs, and whether it’s a tougher gig than their city counterparts.
Despite being under-resourced, the experimental and contemporary performance sector in Australia punches well above its weight.
Campbelltown Art Centre is celebrating its 30th anniversary. ArtsHub spoke with its past directors to understand what shaped this space on Sydney’s fringe.
On the eve of Sydney Contemporary, ArtsHub speaks with fair director Barry Keldoulis on closing the gap on elitism and collecting perceptions.
As this year’s finalist commissions are unveiled for the Indigenous Ceramic Award, we talk to the artists to help understand how clay has become both a dynamic contemporary medium and a great connection to Country.
Why have we turned culture's value into something to be scaled, measured and benchmarked?
Two upcoming productions use the unusual setting of a swimming pool to tell an immersive story.
Almost two decades after leaving Tasmania, Adam Wheeler returns with an enriched skill set. He talks about telling stories, rejecting failure, and working with the next generation of dance makers.
In the lead up to the Miles Franklin award, announced this Sunday at the Melbourne Writers Festival, here's a closer look at the shortlist.
Avocado Toast: the reality sandwich by Julia and Ken Yonetani has been selected as a finalist in this year’s Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize.
It is vital for the health of opera as an art form that new Australian work is both presented and revived.
Creatives on twitter demonstrate the reality of rejection in the arts, sharing their failures to reveal that for many, success is what happens after rejection.
Research shows that when employees can’t concentrate, they tend to communicate less. They may even become indifferent to their coworkers.
From public figure to anonymous creator and back again, Marieke Hardy stepped back into the public sphere as Artistic Director of one of Australia's biggest writers' festivals. Here's what she has to say about the experience.
'Start now,' is the message when it comes to philanthropy and creative partnerships. Make it part of your DNA.
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