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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.
We revisit the topic of Creative Ageing – its challenges and changes – for the International Day of Elder Persons, and as part of our 20x20 series celebrating 20 years of ArtsHub.
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.
Isolation, exclusion and exhaustion are some of the issues facing First Nations, Black-identifying people and POC artists. Research conducted by Creatives of Colour takes a solution-based approach to the findings.
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.
Is it a movement or a right? A disability-led panel takes the pulse on aligning rhetoric and action when it comes to inclusivity and equality.
Australia has been pretty comfortable with the blockbuster exhibition since the 1970s, but a new book unpacks what such exhibitions mean to the sustainability of art museums today.
Mapping the brain reveals that creative people are better able to co-activate brain networks that usually work separately.
Can mathematics help us measure what’s sublime or ineffable about a piece of music?
Looking after yourself is an important part of maintaining creative energy
Some of the world's most successful people read voraciously. But can mere mortals do it too?
You can't future proof your job but you can prepare yourself to thrive in the work economy of the future.
The psychological benefits of art work best when audiences slow down but galleries struggle to stop the rush.
The arts like to think of themselves as the heart of originality but perhaps we can learn from info tech, design and even banking when it comes to innovation.
Museum Victoria consulted more than 600 experts to create its new Children's Gallery and 500 of them were kids. Now the children's insights are being used in adult spaces.
Health care students are developing their empathy, moral insight and cultural awareness through a program that helps them look at art.
The distinction between the high art nude and the dark alley pornographer has been replaced by an appreciation of multicultural erotic art and porn as therapy.
Many parents are taking their kids to the theatre and galleries, often for the first time themselves.
We need the arts if Australian identity is to be anything more than pallid myths of self sacrifice and chest-thumping assertions of our sporting prowess.
Albert Einstein, Julia Gillard, Eleanor Roosevelt and Christopher Walken all knitted. Maybe that's why they were more successful than you.
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