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Why vaccine passports are the future of live performance

Masks and vaccinations have helped European theatres safely reopen, says Adelaide Festival's Rachel Healy.


Moving book launches online

Many authors have found themselves publishing a book during the pandemic but moving the launch to the digital sphere has…


Dancing about genes and climate change

A recessive gene’s potential extinction and environmental concerns have informed Dancenorth’s latest work.

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Writers seek solidarity in lockdowns

Surviving lockdown isn’t easy, but some Western Sydney writers believe reading the stories of people from diverse backgrounds can help…


The real story of COVID's impact on QLD regional galleries

Museums & Galleries Queensland Rebekah Butler reveals some hidden tolls of the pandemic in her state.

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Exit Interview: Kate Torney, CEO State Library Victoria

After six years at the helm of the fourth busiest library in the world, Kate Torney has taken on a…

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Are arts workers at risk in compulsory vax policies?

ArtsHub speaks with peak arts organisations about the new territory of vaccination policies, including potential legalities, insurance premiums, HR and…


10 years of bringing art into everyday lives

The Junction Arts Festival team reflect on the festival’s past, present and future at Artlands 2021.

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Regional arts audiences evolve with the pandemic

Some of regional Australia's arts venues have seen visitation grow over the past 18 months, but is it true for…

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Writers inspired by their own neighbourhoods

A Melbourne Writers Festival initiative explores the importance of place to writers Tony Birch, Sophie Cunningham and more.

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