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On the move: Latest sector appointments

Adelaide Festival announces Chief Executive, Sydney Eisteddfod reveals new GM, and more.

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5 steps for nailing an open call

ArtsHub takes you through the game plan of applying for an open call.

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Arts funding: shining a light on certain truths

25 collectives that previously had no access to multi-year government support will share in more than $85M from the Victorian…

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ICYMI: the week's arts news

Trending topics and the latest events, from main stage to regional.

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Opportunities and awards wrap

Prize opportunities for Tassie artists, sculpture festival callout, Accessible Arts announce Olympic Park Authority resident, Sydney Theatre Awards nominations and…

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Creative work predictions for Year of Tiger

If 2022 has you spinning already, the upcoming Lunar New Year might have different things in store for your creative…

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Why exercise is good for your art (from the archives)

A dancer, a pianist and a vocal coach discuss the benefits of fitness on their respective practices.

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COVID staff shortages threaten arts events

As ACMI and HOTA cancel events due to staffing shortages, the question is not if but when will staff be…

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33 jobs to consider for a career change in 2022

Whether you want to be behind the next blockbuster or freelance, get the insights from these professionals.

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The price of arts funding

‘Arts organisations can sometimes demonstrate a strange naivety when asking for or accepting donations,’ writes Jo Caust.

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