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A 22-year old poet stopped the world in its tracks this week, and demonstrated the power of poetry at the US Inauguration.
Fake history fuelling harassment, or a brilliant activist project that confronts individual perceptions? Facebook removed link this week to a virtual exhibition by a disabled artist activist movement.
The pandemic has undoubtedly changed the way we work, but how many of the changes we've become accustomed to will continue over 2021?
2020 showed us all that we can survive, and in some cases thrive. Eight leaders in the arts offer their resolutions for hope for 2021
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After two summers that couldn’t be more different – from drought and fires to heavy rain – conversations about the Anthropocene, and artist activism around climate change, are ripe for new resolutions.
While viewed as an important step by some, changes to the Australian national anthem have been dismissed as tokenistic and uninclusive by First Nations Australians.
Richard Watts looks back on the highs and lows of 2020 as reported by the ArtsHub news team.
As this strange year draws to a close, it’s time for us to take a short break before returning recharged and raring to go in 2021.
As we prepare to put this bin fire of a year behind us, let's look back on our most-read stories of 2020.
We salute the lives and careers of the artists, performers and patrons who took their final curtain call in 2020.
Increasingly, console games help us question the ways we see, think or feel about the world, the game, even ourselves.
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.
Our language tells us a lot about who we are, so what did 2020 say, outside the trending COVID-slang?
Editor-in-chief and co-founder of New York-based arts news site, Hyperallergic, Hrag Vartanian will present the keynote speech for Artshub’s Visions 2020 conference, bringing his unique view on social justice, artist advocacy and hope.
New Australian auction record, resource on tricky topics for kids, new digital storytelling platform, motorcycle blockbuster for Brisbane, season launches for Vic Opera, Omega Ensemble and others, plus plenty of artist opportunities.
A panel of thinkers and academics tackled the misperceptions around the Creative Economy, and how the arts and culture sector fits within it.
Sector leaders warn about a growing discrimination across the arts, fuelled by uneven access to digital content.
David Throsby says that widespread discrimination is the most likely cause of gender-related disadvantage that female artists, across all areas of the arts, face pursuing their creative careers.
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.
Commemorating 20 years of ArtsHub, we revisit this 2019 keynote speech by Worimi woman, curator Genevieve Grieves, which asks what it means to truly put First Nations first.
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