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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.
With International Day of People with Disability this week, we take a look back through our archive at how well the arts have managed this conversation, and what still needs to change.
Futurologist and author Rocky Scopelliti explores the rapid changes occurring in the modern workplace, for the next in our 20x20 series, which delves into the ArtsHub archive to check the pulse of sector change.
Kiwi choreographer Parris Goebel thinks we can all 'do better' on diversity and representation and isn't afraid of calling out NZ's media culture.
How are artists bringing new meaning to soft power through exchange and cultural diplomacy across the Asia Pacific? A new report invites further discussion for future policy change.
Co-presented by ArtsHub and Creative Victoria, the third in our Recovery Roadmap Webinars discussed the importance of personalised communication, how to make a story engaging, and demonstrated that people are forgiving of technical dramas.
Arts access sector and disabilities-led conversations need wider sector commitment beyond ticking boxes to create genuine spaces at the table.
New conversations about paying for online events and how habits are changing raise ongoing questions for the arts.
In the second Recovery Roadmap Webinar, jointly presented by ArtsHub and Creative Victoria, we learned how regional arts organisations have adapted to digital delivery and expanded their audiences in doing so.
In the first of our new webinar series, presented in partnership with Creative Victoria, Patternmakers’ Tandi Palmer Williams discussed the latest data obtained from the Audience Outlook Monitor.
To celebrate 20 years of ArtsHub we rediscovered this article from 2017 looking at diversity in the arts. Have things improved or are the issues the same?
Will the wave of accessible works created by livestreaming during the pandemic be a permanent addition to our theatre ecology or a short-lived flowering that quickly fades?
Ever made a 'Have Done List'? Lynnaire MacDonald has some helpful tips on how to take back control of your social media experiences and avoid the pitfalls of comparison.
With less options to participate in the arts in real life, many are turning to podcasts to express themselves. If you're planning to start a podcast, here are some valuable tips to keep in mind.
First the bushfires and then COVID closures, we look at three arts organisations hardest hit in 2020 and what the opening up of regional travel will mean for their future survival.
Supercell Festival of Contemporary Dance has moved its performance program outdoors and abolished ticket charges in order to reach audiences who don’t usually attend contemporary dance.
Advice from business leaders on asking governments for money, embedding culture in the political agenda, and getting the language right when you come to the table.
Data – what it is, and how to use it – was the buzzword du jour at this year’s PAC conference.
The multi-purpose nature of art centres means they can redefine the role of art in society.
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