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.
Long term COVID impacts beset sector
The cumulative impact of repeated cancellations and lost work opportunities will affect the sector for years to come.
Rethinking contemporary textiles
Curators and artists come together to discuss emerging trends around the expanded practice of textiles and fibre art.
4 ways to drive institutional change
Cultural institutions can be stubborn beasts when it comes to internal change.
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.
John Kinsella on creative collaboration
The complexity and rewards of co-writing poetry across oceans and cultures.
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.
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…
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…
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.