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This week’s arts news and trending topics

Our weekly wrap of the stories our readers loved as well as those you may have missed.

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Opinions & Analysis

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.

Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize People's Choice winning work 'Six is the loneliest number' by Jessica Murtagh. Photo: Supplied. Glass globes with intricately painted leaves in green, black and gold.

Opportunities and awards

Grants up to $50,000 for First Nations creatives, plus winners of NSW Premier's Literary Awards, finalists of 2024 NATSIAA, and…

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On the move: latest arts sector appointments

A new Chief Conductor, new Board members, and other arts sector comings and goings from around the country.

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A strong community focus takes art to new places in Brisbane

Ten months into her role as Director of Museum of Brisbane, Zoe Graham is driving an innovative program that places…

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The Artist's Way Week 11: Recovering a sense of autonomy

Acceptance of ourselves and handling success without self-sabotage.

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What's changed for artists’ incomes? Throsby-led research paints harsh view

Findings from Creative Australia’s latest six-yearly demographic research into the working lives of artists reveals some concerning trends.

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This week’s arts news and trending topics

Our weekly wrap of the stories our readers loved and those you may have missed.

25th Biennale of Sydney Artistic Director, Hoor Al Qasimi. Photo: Dan Boud. A woman with light brown skin, gradient brown hair, wearing lipstick, a blue velvet blazer and smiling at the camera.

Hoor Al Qasimi to helm 25th Biennale of Sydney

Arab curator and President of the International Biennial Association, Hoor Al Qasimi says the 25th Biennale of Sydney will have…

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Budget 2024-25: what’s in it for the arts?

Arts education, live music and screen content for children are among the areas targeted for investment in Tuesday’s Federal Budget.

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