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Is art and cultural history still relevant to the present?

From a First Nations lens to putting community-led conservation first, writer Vyshnavee Wijekumar examines the role of collections today, and…

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Galleries are our anchors amid COVID closures

Persistent, intermittent COVID gallery closures reveal what we miss most about their spaces and why they matter so much.

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Annabel Crabb takes on politics from the female perspective

With a new series looking at women in politics, Crabb is shoring up her place as one of Australia's most…

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Get on Board: how governance experience can help you and the sector

If you’re interested in joining the board of an arts organisation but not sure where to start, here are some…

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Art and sport: is there really a divide?

As we witness the start of an Olympic Games the world will never forget, it’s worth asking if some long-held…

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COVID safety nets for cancelled arts events: some progress, but still vulnerable

As snap lockdowns loom large across the country with no end in sight, some state governments are doing their best…

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Welcome to your new ArtsHub

We began as a simple weekly jobs email, and have grown to become a nationally respected website celebrating and documenting…

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Writing awards, competitions and opportunities in 2021

It’s time to fill your calendar with these literary prizes, fellowships and opportunities.

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