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Digital art in corporate lobby, by Art Pharmacy
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How digital art rental and blockchain intersect

Making use of corporate lobby screens and trends in NFTs and blockchain technology, a new video art rental scheme offers…

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Can copyright protect immersive art?

Japanese immersive powerhouse teamLab is no stranger to copyright disputes but the booming art form is still a difficult subject…

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How an artist helped turn Kooyong teal

Book designer WH Chong tells ArtsHub why he helped campaign for Dr Monique Ryan, the newly elected independent member for…

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Will NFTs replace art auction houses?

What role do NFTs play in making information more transparent in the art market? Will they change the future of…

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Situating ‘Australian art’ in Japan and beyond

While artistic engagement between Australia and Japan is not new, recent collaborations open up a greater cross-cultural discourse in the…

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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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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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