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Is the writing and publication of books about climate change a waste of precious time?
To celebrate 20 years of ArtsHub, we revisit this panel discussion by Australia's top female philanthropists, who ask whether gender and generation make a difference in the sector of giving.
Artists are hosting incredible digital events through Animal Crossing: New Horizons, in a time when COVID-19 made meeting in person impossible.
From Fargo to The Crown, The Queen's Gambit, an accessible Irish Film Festival and the puzzling new game Baba is You, here are our recommendations this month.
Videogames from developers big and small are beginning to explore the encroaching influence of neo-fascism.
Rams tipped off the top of the list! Tenet back and snarling! What gives?
A recently unveiled memorial in north London to the feminist writer Mary Wollstonecraft has been met with much criticism.
Brian Ritchie and Louise Bezzina join the Visions 2020 conference to reflect on the hyperlocal experience of two inimitable Australian arts festivals.
Sending a strong signal, the National Gallery of Australia turned over its annual lecture to a panel of First Nations Women to debunk white structures of feminism. This is what they had to say.
Commemorating 20 years of ArtsHub, we revisit this 2019 keynote speech by Worimi woman, curator Genevieve Grieves, which asks what it means to truly put First Nations first.
With unemployment at an all time high curing COVID, these creatives devised new business plans so they could keep arts workers employed and donate money to the charities which helped support them.
Peak orgs are the glue holding a broken sector together and offer advocacy and initiatives for change as we emerge into the world post-COVID.
Wongaiibon woman, and wheelchair user Gayle Kennedy used her keynote speech at Artstate Wagga Wagga to say, 'Stop, you are not going to use that excuse with us anymore.'
From climate change to #BLM to COVID-19, we are living in unprecedented times, but two new anthologies offer hope by looking at 2020.
As we move towards greater gender and race inclusivity at work and in the arts, the representation of disability should not be left behind.
Bushranger Captain Moonlite once rivalled Ned Kelly for notoriety. Was there an attempt to exclude him from the history books because of his sexuality? Garry Linnell’s new book tells all.
After the tears and the rage, what should your next step be if your funding is cut, or axed altogether? We dive into the ArtsHub archives for advice from those who survived defunding, and thrived.
Defunding Regional Arts NSW on the eve of its state-wide conference will not make funding stretch further - it will just hurt artists, according to arts advocate and writer Esther Anatolitis.
Agency has emerged out of an identified need expressed by cultural leaders, which resonates with Government priorities, academic research and the voice of innovative philanthropists who care deeply about Indigenous people, art and Country.
The 2020 Melbourne Fringe Festival embraces the new and delivers COVID-safe art experiences in unusual ways.
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