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Craft hobbies using humble and nostalgic materials. Photo: Amy Shamblen, Unsplash. Colourful paper stripes shooting out of an icecream cone with a small paper umbrella at the top. The background is a pastel yellow.
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Craft hobbies you may have overlooked

Apart from crocheting and knitting, there are other craft hobbies that have come back into fashion with new aesthetic twits.

Community engaged. Image is a brick wall with three arched windows at the top filled in with corrugated iron. There is a frame wide mural on the bricks that says Together we Create!
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What is community engaged practice?

Community engaged practice is not an art form. It’s not an add-on. It’s a way of working, a deep collaboration.

Against a yellow backdrop there is a statuette and five stars and a sprinkling of confetti. Literary judging.
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Literary judging: take a look behind the scenes

ArtsHub answers some frequently asked questions about literary judging.

move on. Image is a small branch of yellowing leaves in the sunlight.
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How do you know when it’s time to move on?

A recent Disability Arts Residency gave AAV's CEO the reassurance that the sector will be in good hands when she…

Trash Museum of Bishkek. Photo: Supplied. A shipping container in the middle of a desert landscape with seven people sitting and standing out the front.
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Why you should pay attention to Central Asia ecological art

Ecological art in Central Asia confronts oppressive state power and the environmental crisis, yet is overlooked in contemporary discourse.

First Nations. Image is three coloured hands picking at a multicoloured sphere
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Calls for a major First Nations arts body

There must be serious efforts to convene a major First Nations arts body so that we are all held to…

The future of the sector relies on navigating existing challenges. Image: Shutterstock.
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The state of Indigenous art organisations in Gimuy/Cairns

The Indigenous art sector is facing a number of challenges, especially when skills development and skilled Indigenous personnel are at…

arts government, image is a statue of a man holding a scarf over his head and an angry face mask against his bare chest.
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Reflections on government involvement in the arts in Australia

The arts and politics are forever entwined but governments of all stripes must see the sector as something to celebrate…

Still from Georgi Ivers' performance ‘You're So Brave’ (2022). During this part of the performance, Ivers is being attacked by voiceless enemies saying "your life must be so hard", "you're so brave" and "have you tried cutting out gluten?" in response to her symptoms. Photo: Minni Karamfiles.
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The case for flexible journalism

Negotiating voice, agency and interview practices for disabled and neurodiverse creatives.

Still from 'Natural Rythms of Australia' by VANDAL at Darling Quarter North. Photo: Supplied.
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Exploring the ethics of Artificial Intelligence in art

Creators behind year-long generative AI work that traces changes in Australia’s natural environment unveil their considerations when it comes to…

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