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We all know we need new business models and other forms of funding to survive in the arts. But what does this actually mean?
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.
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.'
After the tears and the rage, what should your next step be if your funding is cut, or axed altogether? We dive into the ArtsHub archives for advice from those who survived defunding, and thrived.
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.
There is clear evidence that the kinds of culture Australians have access to depends on their social backgrounds, new research from Western Sydney University reveals.
How can we have a meaningful cultural conversation when arts coverage in the media is on life support?
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?
COVID-19 should be a chance to re-imagine arts policy but government has been ignoring it for too long.
The national think tank – A New Approach – has released a framework of policy drivers to help shape the conversations that will lead our sector into the next decade, including how better to confer value to stakeholders and governments.
ABC funding cuts undervalue both the arts and contemporary stories in our multicultural Australia, argues Vyshnavee Wijekumar.
COVID-19 has impacted most heavily on those who were already systemically underserved or excluded. With a global call for change more urgent than it has ever been, what actions can we take to make the arts more culturally safe?
To mark National Reconciliation Week #InThisTogether2020 we dive into our archive to share some of the meaningful conversations along the reconciliation journey.
As arts and cultural organisations plan to open their doors with easing restrictions, it’s critical to put members and subscribers first. This is why.
How are other countries supporting the arts in this vulnerable time? Dr Jackie Bailey has created a scorecard to see what Australia could learn.
After a rocky three years for Create NSW, Executive Director Chris Keely says he is a stayer, and has a vision to lead with a collaborative spirit and an open door.
Government relations expert Neil Pharaoh says the arts sector needs to improve its messaging when lobbying politicians, and offers some pointers for arguments you can make.
Cultural diplomacy helps advance Australian influence and fund global arts engagement but also puts political pressure on artists.
In the wake of the Federal Government announcement that the arts has been been made less visible, here is ArtsHub's position.
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.
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