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How an artist helped turned Kooyong teal

Book designer WH Chong tells ArtsHub why he helped campaign for Dr Monique Ryan, the newly elected independent member for…

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Will NFTs replace art auction houses?

What role do NFTs play in making information more transparent in the art market? Will they change the future of…

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Why classic cabaret still resonates

The 1930s remains a source of fascination for contemporary artists – why does the era keep drawing us back?

two indigenous actors (Kylie Doomadgee and Rachael Maza) on stage, one is speaking into a microphone, backgrounded by screens showing Indigenous people holding microphones
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First Nations arts leaders find hope in election result

The new Labor government's opening statements offer hopeful signs for two First Nations arts leaders.

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Ablaze: with pioneering First Nations filmmaker, Bill Onus

Academic, advocate, performer and filmmaker Tiriki Onus discusses the film made by his grandfather William 'Bill' Onus and the documentary…

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Situating ‘Australian art’ in Japan and beyond

While artistic engagement between Australia and Japan is not new, recent collaborations open up a greater cross-cultural discourse in the…

a scene from Roslyn Oades' The Nightline where the audience are listening to audio on old telephones in a room with a performer
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How the arts strengthen our democracy

In the countdown to election day, ArtsHub asked three independent artists how they feel their work contributes to our democracy.

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Long term COVID impacts beset sector

The cumulative impact of repeated cancellations and lost work opportunities will affect the sector for years to come.

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Rethinking contemporary textiles

Curators and artists come together to discuss emerging trends around the expanded practice of textiles and fibre art.

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4 ways to drive institutional change

Cultural institutions can be stubborn beasts when it comes to internal change.

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