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Sue Roff. Image is an artist in a black T shirt, at work and smiling at the camera, next to a woman with short grey hair and glasses who is also smiling at the camera.

Exit interview: Sue Roff, Art Projects Australia

Sue Roff shares with ArtsHub her learnings after 14 years on the job and her insights into the broader arts…

Girl with raised hand amid a crowd of other students at the NSW Schools Spectacular first combined rehearsal 2023
Education & Student News

Schools Spectacular will celebrate 40 years of school performing talent

The theme this year is 'FabuloUS' as the world's largest amateur variety show brings together 5500 students from 400 schools…

Asia Topa. Image is triptych; on the left is a person walking on water, draped in fishing net and with long yellow ropes coming from their head; in the middle is a woman all in white, with a white headdress and long white hair down her back, sitting on grey sand holding up a black cudgel shaped object; on the right is a woman in a green lush jungle wearing a flamboyant orange fringed costume and headdress.

Quarterly Asia TOPA series to launch ahead of 2025 festival

The first Asia TOPA Radar event will showcase works by the Pacific Sisters, Luke George and Daniel Kok, and Thukral…

People gathering at Artlands 2023, hosted by Regional Arts Australia. Image is diverse people sitting around a dinner table with a white cloth. One of them is holding up a phone taking a selfie.

Diversity and the regional arts sector

Key administrators of arts in regional Australia speak about diversity in the regional arts sector and reflect on why we…

asian australian. image is a graphic of two silhouetted heads with the tops opening like trapdoors, one with a small ladder leading up to it and the one on hte left with myriad ideas and a small woman holding a lightbulb bursting out and following the arrows to the other head in an illustration of knowledge sharing.

Knowledge sharing through Asian Australian studies

The Asian Australian Studies Research Network will present its biennial identities conference as part of this year’s OzAsia festival.

‘Wirnan’. Photo: Glenn Iseger-Pilkington 2018.
Opinions & Analysis

Cultural collaboration between remote Kimberley art centres

Through collaboration and shared resources, remote Kimberley art centres strengthen cultural practice and promote a unique identity.

Image shows love hearts and hands, a drawing by kindergarten and year 1 students at Gymea North Primary School, showing in Every Step Counts and responding to 'Respectful Relationships'

Kids' art and poetry exhibition at NSW Parliament House celebrates respectful relationships

Showcasing work by primary and secondary school students from 28 NSW public schools, the 'Every Step Counts' exhibition responds to…

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Finding power in (not providing) translation

‘James Nguyen: Open Glossary’ considers the nuances of translation and being multilingual. What happens when we shift the dynamics of…

Drama therapist Anne Gollan.

So you want my arts job: Drama Therapist

Drama therapist Anne Gollan creates safe environments for play and storytelling with both children and adults.

Collective Knowledge: image is a screen depicting many people with arms outstretched three people with a red wall behind them looking at the screen.

City Council’s art collection revived through Collective Knowledge

The Collective Knowledge project developed by Campbelltown Arts Centre displays community responses to works held by the City Council.

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