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New editor for The Saturday Paper and artist re-elected to PPCA Board, New Head for Leonard Joel and New Zealand Opera, plus other news.
$20,000 seed funding opportunity for emerging creative entrepreneurs to be part of Australia's first accelerator program lead by ACMI and the State Library of Victoria.
The 2017 Stella Count reveals a decrease in the number of books by female authors to have been reviewed in Australian media outlets.
From artists to museum directors, screen producers, publishers and arts patrons – we take a look at who was honoured this year.
Spark NT Curator announced; Director leaves CCP; editor moves on from Black Inc. and board changes at Arts North West
New Director for Writers SA, new Board for Music SA, and Bridging Hope Foundation welcomes new advisory chair.
The sales of literary fiction and how publishers support it are in the spotlight following recent restructures at Penguin Random House.
Hint: They were recently awarded a Pulitzer Prize.
Tablo is the only platform that allows authors to publish in both eBook and paperback with just one click.
Major changes for MSO, Playwriting Australia, Queensland Theatre, Canberra Glassworks, Voiceworks Magazine, and more.
Greens Senator Sarah Hanson-Young responds to the Government’s updates to Australia’s online regulations, and what they means for creative content producers.
This weeks new appointments include positions at Screen Producers Australia, Geelong performing Arts Centre, Casula Powerhouse, and a writer in residency for Sydney University.
New Directors for Adelaide Writer’s Week, Ballarat Art Gallery and McClelland Sculpture Park and Gallery, and other appointments.
A big question deserves a big response. Following International Women’s Day, we look at the conversation of gender equality today.
Arts sector representatives are invited to attend a summit in Sydney on 23 March to discuss the state’s future investment in the arts through to 2025.
Eight recipients have been recognised by the peer-nominated Awards, which recognise and celebrate significant contributions to the artistic and cultural vibrancy of the nation.
In the new, democratic medium of podcasting, producers are colliding with the great issues of our culture. Is there such a thing as an authentic Australian sound?
Tasmanian artists are increasingly exploring themes which speak to contemporary life, including the island's history of protest and activism.
Australian readers are increasingly open to the rich cultural imaginations of the most intensely othered parts of the world.
Two of Audible’s master storytellers teach us how they grappled with complex problems while producing longform podcasts such as The Butterfly Effect and West Cork.
From sales and marketing to self-publishing trends – here's what's going on in the book world.
Shortlists have become the domain of small publishers.
Esther Anatolitis offers a fiery response to a missed opportunity, saying the Arts2025 summit spiralled to a point where all focus was lost.
Andrea Dawkins MP, the Tasmanian Greens’ Arts spokesperson, discusses the challenges and opportunities facing the state's arts and cultural sectors.
We explore the challenges facing Tasmania’s creative industries in the lead-up to the state election on Saturday 3 March.
If we want good arts journalism it may just be up to us as content consumers, not because of cuts and a devaluing by the media giants.
Writer quits and pens an angry screed about the state of arts criticism: it's a familiar story, but does the latest example say more about the industry than the individuals involved?
A conversation about community, supporting each other and trying not to let the sector devour itself with competition over limited resources.
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