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AACHWA’s Our Business: Aboriginal Art Centre Forum, Jambinu (Geraldton), 2022. Photo: Dragonfly Media. A figure with their back turned to the viewer, wearing an orange shirt with the words ‘PROMOTE EMPOWER CONNECT’.

Art centres go above and beyond

The cross-sector benefits of community-controlled art centres.

Nadiah NfuZion, Dance Summer Camp 2017, Portugal. Photo: David Velez Photography. A large crowd of people gathering in front of an outdoor stage for an energetic dance class.

Bridging the diversity gap through art

A showcase of creatives who use their respective arts practices to enrich, uplift and educate.

Cessalee Stovall delivers a Stage A Change workshop at Darlinghurst Theatre Company. Photo: Amylia Harris. Stovall stands on the right hand side, speaking to a group of people who are sitting around tables. She is a woman with black curly hair tied up in a bun, brown skin, wearing a pink cardigan.

Perspectives on the concept, craft and currency of community engagement

Forward-thinking performing arts organisations are embracing community engagement in new and expansive ways.

Plushies at the centre of the ‘Constellations’ exhibition at Leo Kelly Blacktown Arts Centre. Photo: Jennifer Leahy, SilverSalt Photography.

Constellations – creating community in Western Sydney

Engaging with the network of collectives that enrich and characterise Western Sydney's rich arts scene.

Sue Roff. Image is an artist in a black T shirt, at work and smiling at the camera, next to a woman with short grey hair and glasses who is also smiling at the camera.

Exit interview: Sue Roff, Art Projects Australia

Sue Roff shares with ArtsHub her learnings after 14 years on the job and her insights into the broader arts…

People gathering at Artlands 2023, hosted by Regional Arts Australia. Image is diverse people sitting around a dinner table with a white cloth. One of them is holding up a phone taking a selfie.

Diversity and the regional arts sector

Key administrators of arts in regional Australia speak about diversity in the regional arts sector and reflect on why we…

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Knowledge sharing through Asian Australian studies

The Asian Australian Studies Research Network will present its biennial identities conference as part of this year’s OzAsia festival.

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Finding power in (not providing) translation

‘James Nguyen: Open Glossary’ considers the nuances of translation and being multilingual. What happens when we shift the dynamics of…

Collective Knowledge: image is a screen depicting many people with arms outstretched three people with a red wall behind them looking at the screen.

City Council’s art collection revived through Collective Knowledge

The Collective Knowledge project developed by Campbelltown Arts Centre displays community responses to works held by the City Council.

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Education & Student News

Take risks, embrace failure and be comfortable with uncertainty: three activities to help your child think like an artist

The habits of an artist include the ability to generate ideas, trust creative processes and tolerate ambiguity. Here are three…

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