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Japan prints the world’s smallest book

Japan has broken the Guinness World Record for the world’s smallest book, creating a book with pages the size of…


Taxing arts prizes, it’s gotta stop

The Greens are calling on the Gillard Government to stop taxing arts prizes, but is anybody listening?


What would you Dare to Wear?

Step out of your comfort zone and dress up in something outrageous for Dare to Wear Day on 15 March.


The mouse is back at LMFF

In its 7th year, Penthouse Mouse has been showing great works of fashion, art and music from independent artists in…


Hip hop figurines on show in Seoul

Hong Kong artist Michael Lau is exhibiting his classic Gardenergala figures at the Sejong Center for Performing Arts.


Punk fashion to be celebrated in New York

New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art is gearing up for a celebration of punk fashion.


The fashion of dance

Ever watched a ballet performance and been mesmerised not only by the dance but the fashions? Those who have witnessed…


Ayutthaya gets US grant to help save its history

World Monuments Fund has revealed that they have received a US grant to help preserve the historical Thai city of…


Fringe Furniture 2011 winners

The winners of the 27th Melbourne Fringe Furniture awards have been announced.


The Victorian Greens Arts Policy

VICTORIAN ELECTION: The Greens Arts and Culture spokesperson Sue Pennicuik spoke to Artshub about some of the key arts issues…

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