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Making art heard for vision impaired audiences

Galleries and museums could be doing more through co-design and collaboration to expand access for blind and low vision audiences.

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Research says cold weather is good for the arts

Beating the chill: what research tells us about cold weather and our culture-going habits.


Who was Picasso in the eyes of his peers?

NGV’s winter blockbuster The Picasso Century offers more than a tale of the lone creative genius.

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Does the arts sector need more creative therapists?

More and more evidence points to the therapeutic effects of art and music, but can their makers also benefit?

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What every museum reveals about past, present and future

Museums have important roles across multiple timespans, according to futurist and museum director Kristin Alford.

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What does Dark Mofo bring apart from the spectacle?

ArtsHub speaks with three local artists on how Hobart's arts ecology has evolved with Dark Mofo plus their 2022 program…

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Daniel Boyd's art overturns accepted white Australian history

Daniel Boyd's new solo exhibition at AGNSW not only interrogates Australia's colonial history but transfers First Nations knowledge to audiences.

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5 end of financial year fundraising tips

What are the secrets of fundraising at tax time?

Occupy White Walls is a build-your-own-gallery game

Occupy White Walls is democratising art with video games

Occupy White Walls is a game that lets you build your own art gallery, and could be the newest frontier…


TMAG's new Director is a scientist who loves art

Introducing Mary Mulcahy, the new Director at Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, who wants to put community first.

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