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Three Australian artists explain how they have adapted their practices since arriving in the UK in the midst of the pandemic.
Is the emerging artist label only useful for finding grants and opportunities, or can creative practitioners benefit from thinking about different phases of their practice?
While COVID brought us new conversations around digital pivots and hybrid working models, the real future normal is how to work more sustainably as organisations. A panel of experts at Pause Festival tell us how.
We speak with five arts organisations that have all reached the middle age milestone, to try and glean the lessons for success in a notoriously impermanent sector.
After six years as Artistic Director/CEO at Brisbane’s La Boite, MacDonald is moving on. He looks back on his time at the company, discussing his regrets, triumphs, and hopes for the future.
The end of the year can bring mixed feelings for many people working across the arts. Madeleine Dore delves into why, and asks creatives about their own experiences and how they deal with end of year blues, overwhelm and fatigue.
From tips about writing quick response grants to our Artists Essentials Toolkit videos, this year’s most popular career advice articles will help activate your 2021 goals.
To get ethical creation right we need to take time according to a recent panel at the Small Press Network.
People working in the arts and creative industries are moving out of the city and finding the tree change to be a boon for creative practice.
‘I’ve learned so much from my mistakes, I’m thinking of making a few more!’
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.
Wongaiibon woman, and wheelchair user Gayle Kennedy used her keynote speech at Artstate Wagga Wagga to say, 'Stop, you are not going to use that excuse with us anymore.'
In 2020 we've all had our share of bad news whether it's personal, professional or pandemic. Dr Diana Carroll looks at how you can help a friend in need.
From burnout to bullying, we are not good at managing our mental health as a sector. We revisit the topic as part of our 20x20 series.
From artists submitting an access and inclusion rider alongside their hospitality rider, to international examples of best practice, there's much the Australian live music sector can learn about inclusivity.
Living legend Jack Charles talks about earning the honorific ‘Uncle’ in the latest edition of our monthly podcast, The Artshubbub.
Co-presented with Creative Victoria, the last of our four-part webinar series looks at the importance of maintaining good mental health in these challenging times.
Cage the rage or unleash the beast? Verity Johnson speaks to artists and experts in Aotearoa for this guide to making art when the world is on fire.
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.
In 2018, the art fair Sydney Contemporary was the setting for a debate on ‘gender discounting’ and fair pair in the art market. Celebrating 20 years of ArtsHub, we look at how this conversation has progressed.
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