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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.
Novelist Kate Grenville, audio artist Madeleine Flynn and theatre director Rosemary Myers are among the eight recipients of the prestigious Australia Council Awards.
New research reveals bringing international publishers to Australia is an excellent investment for export sales.
A bookseller who declined to stock Milo Yiannapoulos's book has been subject to a stream of abuse that highlights the cultural importance of independent booksellers.
Emerging Writers' Festival Artistic Director announced, plus Creative Director joins Melbourne-based publishing platform, and the Turnbull Government appoints a new member to the Council of the National Gallery of Australia.
A three year program for aspiring writers with disability living in regional areas has received federal funding support.
Is acknowledgement just a case of name-dropping, or is the honouring of benefactors more than a complex deal for dollars?
Publishers bear the brunt of costs when it comes to entering works in literary prizes but a new initiative aims to help the small players.
Of the seven Victorian Premier's Literary Awards, six were won by women.
The Talk is a new segment on ArtsHub that helps you digest the month’s news without choking on the spam.
Drinking coffee at work has a range of benefits, plus four more.
Self-care has been hijacked by a consumption-driven wellness industry but activists are reclaiming it as a political act which defies the devaluing of women's lives.
Some of the world's most successful people read voraciously. But can mere mortals do it too?
Fitness, teamwork, agility, creativity: the benefits of learning to dance far outweigh the pressures of avoiding a ‘girly’ pastime.
Book advertisements on Mother’s Day and Father’s Day betray how gendered the publishing world remains.
Skills are transferable, age is a factor and sometimes you just need to take a chance when it feels right.
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.
Political correctness isn't strangling creativity – it's just inviting us to be aware of our inner bigot.
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Simonetta Cattaneo Vespucci, was the ‘it’ girl of the Renaissance era.
The mystery unfolds slowly, but with never a dull moment.
A captivating new biography places Martin Sharp’s art in context.
Nir Baram decides to visit the occupied territories in Israel to observe the situation first-hand.
Book One of the Change Trilogy: Callie, and her new-found friend, Matt, are young teenagers on a perilous journey.
Ida is a novel about youth, acceptance and the mysterious power of inter-dimensional travel.
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