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Red coloured photographic portrait of a man from mid 19th century. Gauguin
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Everything other than Gauguin: addressing the dilemma

We listen, we learn, we ponder, we argue with ourselves and, hopefully by the end of it, we gain a…

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Talking about languages and why sovereign peoples don’t want to be called Indigenous

A recent panel discussed the importance of language and self-determination for First Nations people.

Long open road in outback Australia. Tourism.
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Surprises as most cultural Australian cities (per capita) revealed

Recent data shows that regional cities offer top cultural experiences.

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Value starts with self-value, then honours follow

If we want to see more artists and arts workers included in the Order of Australia, we need to nominate…

detail of eye on money.
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Questions raised over ‘Simpler. Fairer. Faster.’ arts funding model

Create NSW has announced a new approach to its arts funding model, but first reactions say it favours competitiveness over…

MTArt Agency Project in Alabama, US, the first sculpture park dedicated to addressing how slavery is depicted, featuring artist Rayvenn D Clark. Photo: Supplied. A large-scale sculpture of three busts of black figures, presumably of African descent.
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We live in a visual world

UK creative entrepreneur Marine Tanguy argues for the need of visual literacy when it comes to misinformation and AI.

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.

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