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The inaugural Neilma Sidney Literary Travel Fund recognises the unique value of travel in the development of new writing and literary careers.
Always at the fore of cultural change, Gene Sherman reinvents her arts foundation, this time with a focus on nurturing creative thinking and ideas.
Saluting those who have achieved in the arts – we raise our cap to this week's award winners.
63 people who have given tireless support to the arts were recognised in the Queen's Birthday Honours this year.
A new study reveals a surprising picture of Western Sydney artists and arts practitioners, and documents their resilience despite a lack of funding and resources.
At a time when mainstream media coverage of the arts continues to shrink, the nation’s foremost journalism awards have at last recognised arts journalism.
Curators appointed to Parrtjima and Edinburgh Festival, a new Chair for AFTRS and a Festival Director steps down after five years.
Funding is included for everything from upgrades of existing cultural infrastructure to a new podcasting centre.
Michael Gurr was an important Australian playwright, a speechwriter, and committed to social justice. He has died at the age of 55.
The winner of this year’s Stella Prize is a novel built around the transformative power of art, as the characters encounter real world artist Marina Abramovic.
Negotiating the difficult balance between financial viability and a life in the arts is possible but it challenges the idea that you can be anything you want.
Australia Council appoints a new Director of Literature, two new board members join the Wheeler Centre, National Gallery of Australia gets a Assistant Director, Engagement and Development, and EWF Ambassadors announced.
The Melbourne Prize has introduced a new category to honour the City of Literature.
Dreams come true for 21 artists heading off to residencies in London, Berlin, Paris and New York.
A veteran cartoonist and a fierce advocate for free speech, Leak will be missed from the hallowed halls of Parliament to our nation's leading art galleries.
Applicants for a new gender fellowship have all been rejected because proposals were not original enough but the fellowship has not been cancelled.
From humble beginnings, the Harry Potter books became a global phenomenon. Twenty years after the first book was published, we examine the cultural impact of the series.
Writing has never been easy, but sending writers out to find new ideas and people might be one way to help.
Creativity provides a space where – whether through a picture, play, song, or simply scribbles on a piece of paper – we can start making sense of traumatic events.
The author of Cloudstreet offers insights into the writing life and reflects on the differences between writing for the page and the stage.
From pest exterminators to advertising copywriters, the great writers of the past found inventive ways to support themselves and their craft.
When claims and statistics about book sales versus e-readers are bandied about, it pays to be suspicious.
A conversation about community, supporting each other and trying not to let the sector devour itself with competition over limited resources.
Childlessness is often regarded as a necessary sacrifice for a creative career, especially for women.
Once more unto the breeches: a feminist mounts a defence of romance fiction, renovated for the 21st century.
Literature and film have shifted from demonising transgender people to attempts to understand them and represent them positively.
Australia has public holidays for agricultural shows, football finals and a horse race. Why don't the arts have a public day of celebration?
The winner of the PM's literary awards is a novel that attacks the incarceration and abasement of vulnerable human beings.
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The dissolution of East Germany through the eyes of its outcasts.
ArtsHub takes a look at a new book by Judith White, a whistle-blower insider account of the troubled Art Gallery of NSW, starting with its Director.
The central character in The Cleaner is a cleaning lady, Judith Kepler, who is like no cleaner you have ever met.
Festival theme of refuge investigates one of the most urgent issues of our times
A thoughtful meander through the life of a man of immense fame, who's name you've probably never heard.
Simonetta Cattaneo Vespucci, was the ‘it’ girl of the Renaissance era.
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