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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.
Whether it’s feminism, crime, or feel-good stories, you won’t be bored over the summer break with this selection of podcasts.
The end of the year can bring mixed feelings for many people working across the arts. Madeleine Dore delves into why, and asks creatives about their own experiences and how they deal with end of year blues, overwhelm and fatigue.
The decision by Hobart's The Mercury to axe all theatre, dance, and music criticism in its pages has alarmed the city's arts sector.
Diana Carroll takes a look at the bookshops to see what’s new for the art lover in your life.
He bestrides the Australian cultural landscape like a colossus; the iron-clad outlaw whose name is both revered and reviled.
Art is not a luxurious extra, it's a necessity, writes Johanna Knox.
After 10 years as Artistic Director of Expressions Dance Company, Natalie Weir reflects on her time at the company as she prepares to hand over the reins to her successor.
Australia’s cultural sector is in a building boom. A recent SAMAG panel, however, discussed the realities of mounting a redevelopment, asking how important are costly consultants, the need for Master planning and post-build sustainability?
ArtsHub Visual Arts Editor, Gina Fairley, spoke with MCA’s Megan Robson about the current exhibition, Primavera 2018, in response to a wave of commentary that followed its recent review.
Two new exhibitions explore the many varied nuances of love and invite us to engage with stories that celebrate both the ecstasy and messiness it forces us to endure.
A panel of experts offers five lessons in leveraging your networks and finding alternative funding streams in order to grow sustainability in regional arts.
A diverse range of creative practitioners will use sound, dance, music and film to explore how we can listen to plants, in a touring program which has just landed in Melbourne.
The pressing need to create culturally inclusive workplaces is detailed in a recent report released by Diversity Arts Australia.
With any new idea, creative direction, or career path, there are common blocks that stand in our way. Madeleine Dore shares tips on overcoming procrastination, self-doubt and distraction to get started.
What was once seen as a niche genre has now exploded into popular culture – at Brimbank Writer's Festival three authors explain true crime's meteoric rise.
Nicole Welch bypassed Sydney, moving from London to Bathurst. Fourteen years on, she talks about the changes and the challenges for an artist living regionally.
Theatre-maker Steven Mitchell Wright and dancer Ngioka Bunda-Heath discuss their respective decisions to leave Brisbane and embrace Melbourne as their new base of operations.
Whether it’s gongs, mantras, new age music, or a sound bath, there’s a growing awareness of the importance of music and sound in self-healing.
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