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Fondation Cartièr. A man of Indigenous appearance is wearing a brightly coloured purple, pink and turquoise shirt with short sleeves, has his arms crossed and is leaving against a wall smiling at the camera.

Thinking bigger: talking First Nations partnerships with Fondation Cartier

Fondation Cartier’s Hervé Chandès and artist Tony Albert talk about the role of trust when commissioning projects, and the importance…

Naminapu Maymuru-White, ‘Larrakitj Forest’, 2024, presented by Sullivan+Strumpf as part of Encounters, Art Basel Hong Kong 2024. Photo: ArtsHub. A dozen organic wood poles with black and white dotted paintings inside the convention centre.

16 bold and thoughtful installations by Asia Pacific artists at Art Basel Hong Kong 2024

Curated by Sydney Artspace Executive Director Alexie Glass-Kantor, the 'Encounters' series includes 11 new works by Australian and Asian artists.

philanthropy: a woman hugging another woman in front a small audience at an awards ceremony.

New philanthropy models bringing in much needed funding

Which new philanthropic arts initiatives are making high-value contributions to independent arts projects?

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Australian music festivals are increasingly affected by climate change

Is the industry doing enough to mitigate the impact of climate change on music festivals?

Artist Judy Watson has a new exhibition at QAGOMA showcasing her career.

Stronger tomorrow: Judy Watson's career on show

A new exhibition showcases Judy Watson's remarkable 40-year career, with works intersecting memory, family and Country.

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Culture crisis – can NZ’s museums be saved?

Surfacing reports on the dire future for Aotearoa's cultural institutions only scratch the surface – Andrew Wood digs deeper to…

arts managers, best workers: A young white woman smiling while "high fiving" a group of three other people.

4 things arts managers are noticing in their best workers right now

ArtsHub surveyed a range of arts managers to find out what their top workers are bringing to the table right…

An image of a young woman wearing a denim jacket and with her eyes closed, leaning her cheek on a small jigsaw made spherical world. Some pieces are missing.

The Artist's Way Week 4: Recovering a sense of integrity

A new sense of awareness and clarity emerges as we look in the mirror of Morning Pages and take ourselves…

My Country. Image is in a black walled gallery where a low black rostrum holds a square three dimensional metal object with spikes on the top and a machine beneath the surface that turns the top, the spikes then plucking strings to make a sound.

Connecting communities with My Country

The First Nations artists involved in this remarkable NGV exhibition are envisioning new ways to move forward together.

‘Safety Yellow Woman’ by Sophia Cai. Photo: Supplied, courtesy the artist. A bright yellow sweater with ridiculously long sleeves and black stripes is laid out on a green metal bench. Cai speaks on the cost of her craft.

How much is your craft hobby costing and three ways to save

Binge buying craft supplies can easily add up, but if you want to play the long game, here are tips…

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