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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.
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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.

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Book review: The Star on the Grave, Linda Margolin Royal

A novel inspired by the 'Japanese Schindler' and the author's personal ties to his wartime actions.

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Book review: Television, Kate Middleton

An ode to the ways in which television nurtures our self-understanding.

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.

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Career Advice

Toolkit for hiring staff

Hire well and you will save yourself a lot of problems later on. ArtsHub looks at the key steps in…

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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.

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Book review: Woven, edited by Anne-Marie Te Whiu

A poetry collection that weaves together First Nations voices from around the globe.

Two of Blak and Bright festival guests, Deborah Cheetham Fraillon and Tony Birch and Festival Director Jane Harrison. Photos: Supplied.
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Blak and Bright is back

The literary festival that platforms and celebrates First Nations artists returns with conversations, workshops and pitching opportunities.

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Stella's Big Day Out

The next stop for Stella's free one-day festival is Hobart.

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