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Art Stage Singapore cancelled, Next Wave calls on artists for form government, MPavilion extends summer program, and more.
New positions filled at Creative Partnerships Australia, the MCA and Emerging Writers' Festival, among others.
Parliamentary reports, a new performing arts centre, program announcements, touring celebrations and more.
Whether you're looking for professional development, tapping sector trends or seeking to rub shoulders with cultural entrepreneurs, ArtsHub's 2019 Conference Planner maps out what's on offer.
We salute the lives and careers of the artists, performers and patrons who took their final curtain call in 2018.
New residencies, new developments, new program announcements and other arts news you may have missed.
Changes at the helm for West Space, Sydney Film School, Bendigo Art Gallery, Royal Academy of Dance, National Museum, and more.
New public art at Carriageworks, latest program announcements, a ground-breaking Indigenous education program, Live Music Census results, and more.
New appointments for Monash Centre for Theatre, Queensland Music Festival, Symphony Services Australia, Regional Arts Australia, Monkey Baa Theatre Company, and more
Architects appointed for Australian Museum redevelopment, NGA unveiled new Yayoi Kusama infinity room acquisition, a new cultural hub for Redfern and many more.
Yirra Yaakin's Artistic Director steps down, MELT: Festival of Queer Arts and Culture appoints Guest Director, and more.
New program announcements, annual reports demonstrate the arts matter, 11 million visitors, education initiatives and more in this week's wrap of arts news.
For her outstanding contribution to Australian literature, cultural and intellectual life, Alison Lester has been awarded the Melbourne Prize for Literature 2018.
New director of MAAS, new Associate Producers at ILBIJERRI, sudden dismissal of YIRRAMBOI Creative Director, and more.
Fraudulent art dealings; first convention centre to lead arts with a Reconciliation Action Plan; art conquers Bathurst car culture and more arts news making a difference.
On the ground in Bathurst, ArtsHub takes the pulse on this regional arts conference and asks just how robust our regions really are?
From same-sex families and single parents to multiculturalism, here are eight books for young children that showcase a diverse Australia.
Thinking about dating a poet, novelist or short story writer? Author Lani Wendt Young explains why you probably shouldn't.
ArtsHub takes a look back at the list of Australian books that have made the most impact in 2018.
From political dramas to sudden resignations, and scandals to celebrations, we look back on the events that had the sector talking in 2018.
Diana Carroll takes a look at the bookshops to see what’s new for the art lover in your life.
Art is not a luxurious extra, it's a necessity, writes Johanna Knox.
First Nations artists and arts workers offer advice on how to embrace the International Year of Indigenous Languages.
An extract from David Marr's essay collection, 'My Country', published by Black Inc.
Our language tells us a lot about who we are: our confidence, our embrace of trends, our professionalism and our priorities. So what did 2018 say?
Evidence suggests that the dramatic portrayal of suicide can impact on vulnerable audiences, including contributing to increases in copy-cat incidents and a reduction in help-seeking behaviour.
Claiming a formerly safe Liberal seat will create greater visibility for art and culture. The Arts Party head to the Wentworth by-election with the message: use your preferential vote.
NAVA’s Esther Anatolitis turns to UNESCO and Canadian legislation with the Status of the Artist Act as a guiding model for Australia.
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