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ACO mentorship program goes virtual, designs for new Ring Cycle production revealed, First Nations poetry residency, exhibitions that explore music and design, and more arts news and opportunities.
A new anthology slated to be published by Fremantle Press in 2021, is looking for submissions. ArtsHub spoke with its editor Rafeif Ismail on ways writers of colour can contribute.
Reading for pleasure has been re-discovered by many during lockdown and children’s author Jane Godwin believes we should find ways to keep the habit to build a sense of empathy and hope in children.
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According to a Deakin study, almost a third of rainbow families struggle to find representation in LGBTQI+ children’s books. Booksellers say the lack of Australian representation in queer children's titles is also a problem.
Originally appointed as the Centre’s inaugural CEO before personal reasons forced her to reject the job offer, Llewellyn will take up her new role on 15 July.
With over 68,000 users daily, accessing more than 6.5 billion digitised records, Trove was ready for a clean-up, and has set its sights on future researchers and greater accessibility free for all.
As he leaves The Australian, Ashleigh Wilson wraps up two decades with the paper, half of which was spent shaping its arts coverage. How has he seen The Australian and arts criticism change in that time?
This is one of the best young adult adventure stories published in a long time.
ArtsHub spoke with 2020 Miles Franklin shortlisted author Peggy Frew about her latest novel 'Islands', and how feeling like an outsider as a child propelled her to write.
As a plot for a guns-a-blazing space opera, this novel could well be a huge success.
Two emerging book critics chosen by The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age as part of an arts criticism initiative have stepped down from their appointments.
For all its fantastical elements Mammoth is a novel steeped in fact and extensive research.
This collection of dark tales, featuring writers such as Christina Henry, Neil Gaiman and Karen Joy Fowler, explores and reimagines the power of a curse.
Refugee poets and spoken word artists share their work online, confronting issues of racism, injustice, colonialism, blackness, and empowerment in line with a broader global conversation, but making the point Refugee Week is every week.
New data shows that Australian and New Zealand readers are borrowing more books from local authors. The Australian Library and Information Association explain how collaboration has paid off.
Women have been around for a while but, thanks to age-old stigma, female biology has been left pretty enigmatic.
This stridently feminist debut packs an emotional punch.
How can art maintain its value as it becomes increasingly commodified? Frances An explores why public funding is still essential.
Like some novels for young adults this will likely prove popular with older readers too.
A new anthology written by First Nations and POC writers speculates on our nation’s future. ArtsHub spoke with featured author Claire G. Coleman and poet Omar Sakr on their contributions, and the current protests occurring.
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