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The pandemic has undoubtedly changed the way we work, but how many of the changes we've become accustomed to will continue over 2021?
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.
Richard Watts looks back on the highs and lows of 2020 as reported by the ArtsHub news team.
As we prepare to put this bin fire of a year behind us, let's look back on our most-read stories of 2020.
Increasingly, console games help us question the ways we see, think or feel about the world, the game, even ourselves.
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.
Peak orgs are the glue holding a broken sector together and offer advocacy and initiatives for change as we emerge into the world post-COVID.
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.
To mark International Artist Day, ArtsHub asked Australian artists how they felt about engaging with an international audience, or whether a home-grown audience is truly where the heart is.
Celebrating 20 years of ArtsHub, we revisit this article from 2016 looking at uncertainty – a topic that's clearly timely, and which Madeleine Dore describes as a 'natural condition of making art'.
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.
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.
Using headset technology for the past decade, experimental media artist Jane Gauntlett shares her journey on fusing performance with technology to create n intimate experience about living with disability.
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.
First published in 2015, it would seem we have not yet learnt to manage workloads and expectations – we're still burning out. Celebrating 20 years of ArtsHub, we look back at this conversation and how it has shaped our sector.
Sick of lockdown, Netflix and the lack of stimulus that accompanies pandemic life? You're so not alone.
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.
To celebrate 20 years of ArtsHub we look back at this 2018 article about artist activism and the role the arts play in social change.
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