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Jessica Nothdurft, 'The Cage', 2023, bronze, cotton and human hair. Installation view in 'Silly Girl' at artisan. Photo: ArtsHub. A small bronze figure with a blue striped dress, no facial expressions and long hair trapped inside a small bronze square cage.
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Artist hopes to generate awareness and 'release emotions' this Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month

Artist Jessica Nothdurft shares her experiences and emotions in an endeavour to generate greater awareness of domestic violence.

Peter Weir's 1981 film Gallipoli is 'perhaps the single most influential text on Anzac'. image: Associated R&R Films. Image is two young white actors dressed as diggers in on the fields of Gallipoli during the First World War.
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Anzac Day and art: challenging Australia's cherished day

Anzac art serves as a comfort, celebration, acknowledgment and interrogation of one of Australia’s most valued holidays.

An elderly white female artist wearing bold red rimmed glasses in her ceramics studio.
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How art trails are building pipelines of new gallery audiences

Artists’ open house art trails are often very popular events in their own right. But they are also a big…

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The Artist's Way Week 7: Recovering a sense of connection

What's stopping you from hearing the voice of inspiration? This week we look at perfectionism, jealousy and risk-aversion, and how…

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Funny Tonne – part four, MICF 2024

The fourth and final batch of top reviews from the Funny Tonne, the Melbourne International Comedy Festival's fledgling reviewers for…

Works shown as part of ‘LOEWE Crafted World’ at Shanghai Exhibition Centre. Ceramic chestnut roasters by Laia Arqueros. Photo: ArtsHub. A playful pair of ceramic chestnut roasters with eyes and a tongue poking out. It’s placed on a large exhibition platform alongside other objects on display.
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Postcard from Shanghai

From a full-scale biennale to retail galleries, here’s a rundown of the arts and cultural attractions in Shanghai.

A bare-chested male ballet dancer dressed in a turban and long pants, photographed in mid air performing a leaping side split move.
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Why are we still watching La Bayadère?

Will this popular ballet join the likes of 'Miss Saigon' and 'Turandot' as a work deemed too culturally insensitive for…

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Finding agency over paternalism for regional galleries

ArtsHub speaks with Holly Arden about the challenges of running a gallery in Far North Queensland, tourism and notions of…

Australian country music has a complex history. Image is an older Aboriginal woman sitting in front of a microphone. A green plastic chair is behind her.
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Does Australian country music have a race problem?

Thanks to Beyoncé, country music is cool again. But does Australia suffer from the same racial barriers as the US?

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Funny Tonne – part three, MICF 2024

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

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