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Golden Lion. Four men and one woman stand on a stage with a Biennale Arte backdrop. The man in the middle is First Nations and wears a beanie; he is holding the Golden Lion aloft.
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Back to back Golden Lions for Australia

Recent artistic achievements on the world stage are remarkable and deserve to be celebrated, says the CEO of Creative Australia.

Fourteen. A stage set of a two-storey building, in the middle of the stage standing on the middle of three desks is a young man holding a bunch of flowers and throwing both arms in the air extravagantly.
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Why I've programmed Fourteen for Bathurst

The manager of BMEC explains why he has picked this particular production from Shake & Stir Theatre Company to share…

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Counting Gender: The Countess Report’s urgent call for action

The new report highlights the lack of progress made in terms of gender representation in the visual arts.

editorial intern, things I've learned. Image is a pond of brightly coloured koi carp swimming around.
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3 things I've learned as an ArtsHub Editorial Intern

Editorial Intern Clara shares her key takeaways from her time at ArtsHub.

Lake Taupo. A Maori rock carving in a cliff face above water.
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New Zealanders' relationship with the arts revealed

A look at Creative NZ’s recently released triennial survey, with some in-depth insight into how Aotearoa views the arts and…

Image is a group of graduating university students, shot from behind, throwing their mortar boards in the air.
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The misguided misfires of university pricing controls

You can lead the students to STEM, but if that's not how they think...

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Italian heritage group decries 'biennalisation' of Venice

Italia Nostra says a new sculptural display in Venice’s public square distracts from the city’s existing cultural heritage and infrastructure…

Music concert with red smoke and lighting.
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Soundcheck report tabled … and serious work is required for survival

Creative Australia has released its Soundcheck report into Australia’s music festival sector. ArtsHub takes a look at the findings.

‘Top Arts 2024’, installation view at The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia. Photo: Kate Shanasy. Three people looking at artwork inside a spacious gallery with white walls and grey concrete floor.
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Top Arts 2024: five student artists to watch

With an overall strong cohort of VCE student artists, ‘Top Arts 2024’ exemplifies dedication and thoughtfulness from young stars.

Four people stand in a forest wearing long black coats. The three women also wear tall black hats, the man a tall white one.
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5 things about WOMADelaide for 2025

Even the most well-established festivals welcome newcomers every year. For those considering WOMADelaide next year, here are some things you…

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