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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…

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Literary judging: take a look behind the scenes

ArtsHub answers some frequently asked questions about literary judging.

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Under a wet blanket: navigating the Australian arts ecosystem as First Nations artists

It's time that First Nations artists were allowed to be in the driver's seat and not confined to the passenger's.

Blood. An Elder Aboriginal man with white hair and beard, stands behind a young Aboriginal man with a backwards white baseball cap and black T shirt with a sunny emblem on the front.
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Our voices run through our blood…

2023 National NAIDOC Male Elder Award recipient, William Tilmouth, speaks on the referendum results, the state of youth education in…

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I’ve had enough of Sad Bad Girl novels and sensationalised trauma

I’ve had enough of Sad Bad Girl novels, but I’m hungry for complex stories about women.

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Is reading in crisis?

Outtakes from the VOLUME Symposium find that it’s time for urgent action, as national reading rates decline.

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How ‘mental health’ has been reimagined in the workplace

Good mental health in the arts won’t happen until we see people with lived experienced enabled and included as leaders…

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Caring as an artist

The incredible story of a mother's life, and the devastating fallout of her stroke...

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Burning questions

Author Melanie Saward reflects on the evolution of her first novel, ‘Burn’, and what happens when Indigenous kids are severed…

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Is fear around AI doing more harm than good?

Our anxiety is pitching artists against AI when collaboration and exploration are what's needed.

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