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Funny Tonne – part two, MICF 2024

The second batch of top reviews from the Funny Tonne, the Melbourne International Comedy Festival's fledgling reviewers for 2024.

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Book trailers: moveable blurbs on screen

Book trailers are visual shortcuts and can be part of a targeted marketing plan.

‘Fit for a King: Vincent Jenden Reimagines The Johnston Collection’. Photo: ArtsHub. An elaborate lounge room with elegant decor. The walls are painted a light pastel green and artworks are hang across the walls and antique furniture is on display.
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6 Easter eggs to find at The Johnston Collection

ArtsHub reveals some hidden gems with quirky stories that can be found in 'Fit for a King: Vincent Jenden Reimagines…

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Artist helping Venice Biennale move beyond its history

This year’s Venice Biennale calls for greater diversity and change, and one of its exhibiting artists is part of that…

Actors' mental health is profoundly affected by unreasonable casting practices.
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Disturbing trend damaging actors' mental health

Forced to wait up to four months to hear the outcome of an audition, actors' mental health is regularly suffering.

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Emerging Indigenous cultural workers head abroad

Six Indigenous cultural workers are embarking on a once-in-a-lifetime Fellowship abroad. Who are they?

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My arts job in 2030

Have you hedged your bets correctly? Does your job have a future – or a different future? ArtsHub takes a…

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The art of audio description

Accessibility doesn't start and end with wheelchair access and closed captions. Audio description can make a huge difference to the…

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The Artist's Way Week 5: Recovering a sense of possibility

Are self-limiting beliefs holding you back? And what are the pay-offs for staying stuck? This week we dare to dream.

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5 books to gift your beloved crafters

Book recommendations for crafters and makers that include DIY with cat hair, resurgence of visible mending, writers on knitting and…

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