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As arts organisations go online, a whole bunch of opportunities have opened up for artists - we give you the latest news on what's happening in the sector this week.
As we watch our beloved creative sector suffer, a number of grass roots schemes help us to support each other.
As arts orgs close their doors, other opportunities are being presented for artists. We give you a wrap of the week's news at a time when things are being decimated by COVID-19.
Plans for Fed Square, new Blak Design initiative, actors with disability in conversation, the first trans love story on stage, and more arts news.
Eight artists have been recognised for their outstanding contribution to their art forms and to the cultural life of the nation.
From giant apes, to underground music, using the Opera House to discuss sites of conflict and report findings for Playwriting Australia, there is plenty to catch across arts news this week.
Six authors, a mix of genres and $50,000 up for grabs. It can only mean one thing: the Stella Prize shortlist has arrived.
Giramondo Publishing will collaborate with Fitzcarraldo Editions and New Directions on The Novel Prize, worth US$10,000.
Artists do their bit for bushfires, Opera Australia to present Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella,iconic street art festival returns to Benalla, plus more arts news.
What does poetry look like in an algorithm-dominated world? The Library of Non-Human Books is attempting to answer that question.
NLA Publishing is set to reduce the number of titles published.
Author Melissa Lucashenko talks to ArtsHub about bringing her award-winning novel to the screen.
Gritty, provocative artist talks in Adelaide and Melbourne, new work by female composers, Parramasala Festival returns, and more arts news.
Williams is stepping down as Director of the Wheeler Centre after a decade of conversation, podcasts and ideas.
This year's winners of the Victorian Premier's Literary Awards sees an established novelist exploring morality, a puzzling on the Pacific and a debut that has been called an 'ambitious, kaleidoscopic novel'.
Tarnanthi Festival reaches record numbers, MPRG celebrates 50 years, ACCA announces 2020 festival program plus more arts news from this week.
With his departure from the Wheeler Centre, Michael Williams leaves the organisation that he helped establish and has led for almost ten years. Where does he see the institution going next?
After a rocky three years for Create NSW, Executive Director Chris Keely says he is a stayer, and has a vision to lead with a collaborative spirit and an open door.
From a novel published in 1989 to a global hit series and now a feature film, Kerry Greenwood's flapper detective has inspired fan
With an urgent call to arms and a star-studded lineup writers, here's a dozen local writers to add to your calendar for SWF.
Publishing is a challenging industry – one that has always needed to respond to change. Finding the right reader is the next challenge.
Women writers share their inspiring books and recommended reads this International Women's Day.
Like many teens, author Cate Kennedy felt uncomfortable with body image. She shares a story that changed how she perceived herself.
Donna Ward changes lanes from a career as a publisher to write a collection of meditations on living life alone. Here she looks at getting motivated to write.
As a literary journalist and critic, Thuy On was surprised to find she was compelled to write a book of poetry inspired by one of the more difficult periods of her life.
A group of writers calling themselves Writing for the Environment – organised by Alys Jackson, Leah Kaminsky and Gretchen Miller – have penned an open letter to the media demanding they cease supporting climate denialism.
Here’s what to read whether you’re looking to face the flames or take your mind off the heat.
Addressing the climate emergency and improving relationships with Indigenous Australians and Pacific Islanders means building people-to-people exchange, according to our new British High Commissioner.
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Le Hunte uses the characters of two young people to explore cultural differences.
What could be Australia’s last and least known genocide is laid bare in Coniston, which occurred just more than 100 years ago.
Aftershocks is Macris’ selected interviews, essays and criticism as he asks, what comes after postmodernism in art?
Mirandi Riwoe’s second novel triumphantly recreates Australian history through Asian eyes.
Papathanasiou throws light on what it means to be a member of a family.
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