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From unpaid artists to Election policies, Museum Week wisdoms, coups in the festival sector, and grant rounds announced ... it's been another big week for the arts.
Craft Victoria, the Victorian Opera, ABC and Salamanca Arts Centre all appoint new executive positions, among other jobs filled this week.
From Venice Biennale to a school poetry slam, the best art school named and programs launched - the week's arts news in digestable bites.
Under the weight of fake news, writer Susan Orlean looks at how US libraries remain at the heart of their community.
New chair for pvi collective, Conservation specialist for BHRAG, quick appointments and more
It was a week of art prize frenzy, building election madness, and strategic planning for the Australia Council we round up this week's arts news.
The ABIAs saw Trent Dalton receiving several awards and a win for diverse books.
The poet hailed for creating 'a vernacular republic for Australia' passed away in Taree aged 80.
Print-based jobs may return to Melbourne as a result of Lonely Planet's new digital strategy, while ACCA appoints an arts advocate & philanthropist to its Board.
From record box office numbers, to funding advice for artists, history unveiled and a salute to those we lost in the arts this week.
New President for Arts Centre Melbourne, and other appointments.
From Game of Thrones to REMIX, Notre Dame survives blaze and plans for Melbourne Apple store also in ashes.
Australian artist becomes Sundance Institute trustee; new Artistic Director for Canberra Writers Festival, and new Chair for Monkey Baa Theatre Company.
It's more than just Budget 2019 - we wrap this week's art news you may have missed in the media storm.
New Director for IMA, Queensland Theatre loses AD while Channels Festival gains one, and board appointments across the sector.
A big week of dedications, key note speakers, funding wins and call outs for help.
One of the oldest forms of literary expression, poetry is not just surviving, it's thriving with festivals, diversity and, of course, Instagram.
Alice Muhling, Executive Director at Emerging Writers' Festival, spoke with ArtsHub on ensuring 100% accessibility to all festival venues and her vision for the organisation’s future.
Adopting a measure of austerity in his first year to plan for a rich future, SA Premier and Minister for the Arts Steven Marshall outlines his vision for the state, which puts its faith in sector-driven recommendations.
If we are what we read, then what do Australia’s annual book sales figures and book club picks tell us about who we are collectively?
From introducing a bestseller clause in contracts to allowing authors to reclaim their rights towards the end of a work’s commercial life, here are five suggestions to help writers make a living from their work.
Journalist, author, and biographer David Marr spoke with ArtsHub about his 40-year career and why ‘monsters’ who hold places of power in Australia are his fascination.
We have until 10 May to say what’s needed in the Australia Council's next Strategic Plan so let's embolden them.
Adapting a critically acclaimed, non-linear, sci-fi-infused anti-war novel is no easy task. Playwright Fleur Kilpatrick explains how she tackled the task.
Writer and publisher Phillipa McGuinness reflects on how the publishing industry has been disrupted after Google, Amazon, Apple and the now-extinct Borders.
Artists remind us to remember the whole Australian story of conflict this Anzac Day through Aboriginal perspectives.
A recent Parliamentary Inquiry into Canberra’s national institutions made 20 recommendations. What were they, and were they warranted?
Minister Harwin outlines his party's wins for the arts during their time in government, and presents his plan for the future if re-elected as NSW Arts Minister.
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