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Photo: Vonecia Carswell, Unsplash. Four women hugging each other from behind their backs, wearing different shades of purple clothing representing International Women's Day.
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Invest and engage this International Women's Day

With Australia's gender pay gap report published in advance of International Women's Day (8 March), check out these talks and…

2024 Accelerando cohort, from L to R, Top to Bottom: Claire Darrigan, Kat Dunshea, Georgia Sustenance, Thomas Dower, Bodhi Trebilcock Taylor, Gus Crannaford, Raiyan Galvin and Courtney McMullan. Photo: Cameron Jamieson. Portrait photos of the eight Accelerando participants.
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Opportunities and awards

Professional development for musicians, writers and creative leaders, plus grants supporting mental health at Fringe and finalists of Asia Pacific…

Building creative courses is a great way for many artists to have a side hustle. Image is two people sitting at a desk in front of an open laptop. We can't see much of the first person, other than that they're wearing a red checked shirt and holding their hands out with their palms facing them.
Career Advice

8 steps to build profitable creative courses

This practical guide will take you through every step of establishing a new creative course.

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What does the Universities Accord Final Report mean for the arts?

This blueprint for major reform of tertiary education contains little that's specifically about the arts or humanities, but it's there…

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Opinions & Analysis

What is community engaged practice?

Community engaged practice is not an art form. It’s not an add-on. It’s a way of working, a deep collaboration.

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On the move: latest arts sector appointments

New appointments at Writers SA, HotHouse Theatre, NIDA and more.

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This week's arts news and trending topics

We break it – you read it. This week's top arts news stories.

Future of Arts, Culture & Technology Symposium 2024 at ACMI, ‘Presenting the new canon in 2050’ panel. Photo: Gianna Rizzo. People sitting in a dark cinema with four people sitting on stage below a large screen showing a digital work (still). The work features a human figure moving their upper body with arms outstretched.
Features

Predictions for the arts canon in 2050

The future ultimately hinges on what gets preserved now, where tech hardware, copyright and data protection run alongside ethical considerations.

Powerhouse Residency open for applications. L-R: Stefania Gertis, Jenny Kee, Iordanes Spyridon Gogos. Photo: Zan Wimberley. Three peopel wearing colourful sculptural garments standing in a studio space with white walls. The garments have dreamy tones of pink, purple and bnlue, with sculptural bits poking out like patterned paper cuts.
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Opportunities and awards

New funding for music, circus, regional arts and more, plus winners at the PDAs and AWGIEs.

arts signage: street view of PICA (Perth Contemporary Arts Space) showing a large green sign saying "Art Lives Here".
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Why hide your light under a bushel? Lessons in signage for arts spaces

The power of art often lies in its subtleties, but when it comes to promoting your arts space, the opposite…

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