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Offense - in the eye of the beholder?

Let's begin with a truism - art appreciation is essentially subjective. What can be unintelligible to one is easily transparent…

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Is it war on terror or war on the arts?

Last year, Arts Hub UK carried the story of Steve Kurtz, a Buffalo University Professor of Art, who was arrested…

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Bill Henson: Through the Darkness Creeping

You’ll know a Bill Henson if you’ve seen one – they’re instantly recognisable by the quality of night he captures…

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Thinking Big: the conceptual background to strategy, marketing and planning

Arts Hub is pleased to bring you the first of several featured extracts from the Australia Council's 'Leading Voices' program,…

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Glasgow - making an exhibition of itself

A couple of decades ago, it might have been unthinkable that Glasgow, a city once financially impoverished and culturally bereft,…

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The Studio

One of the best ways to see fresh and dynamic talent is to see a Year 12 graduating art show.…

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Introducing.... our 2005 Starting Out columnist

Welcome to my first ‘Starting Out’ column. For those of you who don’t know me, which would be the majority,…

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The Post Oedipal subject in Damage and American Beauty

In this, the last of the Masculinities series Arts Hub is publishing thanks to the Ian Potter Museum of Art,…

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Delicious, delicious, delicious! (the Ubud Writers' Festival)

Arts Hub members will remember Jan Cornall’s feature on the Ubud Writers’ Festival. Written in anticipation of the big event,…

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The 9th Festival of Folk Rythm and Life

If you were to judge a book by its cover (or a festival by its name), you might be led…

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