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a scene from Roslyn Oades' The Nightline where the audience are listening to audio on old telephones in a room with a performer
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How the arts strengthen our democracy

In the countdown to election day, ArtsHub asked three independent artists how they feel their work contributes to our democracy.

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Long term COVID impacts beset sector

The cumulative impact of repeated cancellations and lost work opportunities will affect the sector for years to come.

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Rethinking contemporary textiles

Curators and artists come together to discuss emerging trends around the expanded practice of textiles and fibre art.

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4 ways to drive institutional change

Cultural institutions can be stubborn beasts when it comes to internal change.

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5 photo exhibitions against the status quo

With PHOTO 2022 well underway, ArtsHub looks at the five exhibitions that are pushing boundaries and challenging the conventional lens.

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John Kinsella on creative collaboration

The complexity and rewards of co-writing poetry across oceans and cultures.

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How Eurovision helps define Europe’s boundaries (and why Ukraine will likely win)

Robert Deam Tobin gives a geo-political context as to how Ukraine’s 2022 entry could be heading for Eurovision success.

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Australia needs universal basic income for artists

Ireland has recently instituted a new scheme to pay artists an universal basic income, here’s what that would look like…

(Edward) Gough Whitlam, 1972, by Clifton Ernest Pugh
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What prime ministers’ portraits say about our leaders

It’s said that a picture tells a thousand words, but how much of our leaders’ true characters are revealed in…

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We need more time to experiment and fail at work

Creativity and innovation will flourish if staff are given more time to imagine and experiment, argues Maroš Servátka.

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