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How to start and maintain an inspiration board

Starting with what inspires you might be the best way to get your ideas moving from fantasy to reality.

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Tips from authors on running school workshops

Here are some recommendations to consider if you've ever wanted to know how to wrangle kids in the classroom as…

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Ever Present: a lesson on comparative histories

What can be learnt when First Peoples' art from Australia and Southeast Asia are placed in conjunction?

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Dancing on Glass: ballet is more than ‘dying swans and madmen’

We love the genre but are ballet dancer’s voices and bodies being authentically represented on our screens?

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Q&A: Waanyi artist Gordon Hookey on protest art

ArtsHub speaks with First Nations artist Gordon Hookey about his first survey exhibition, and the legacy of protest art.

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Why sensitivity readers matter

Sensitivity readers can not only identify misrepresentations of marginalised communities but also make books more authentic, Helen Young writes.

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Curator, gallerist and educator: a platform for decentralised art

The Web3.0 art space is far from being a decentralised utopia. ArtsHub examines the role that Culture Vault plays in…

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Writing your National Cultural Policy submission

Esther Anatolitis reframes the five pillars of Australia’s next cultural policy, offering new questions to help identify the key policy…

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Landmark exhibition honours LGBTIQA+ veterans

For former servicepeople who did not see a place for themselves in the armed forces, this celebration of their stories…

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8 Australian graphic novels everyone should read

Whether you're new to comic books or looking to expand your reading list beyond the Big Two (Marvel and DC),…

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