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Anniversaries are moments for great celebration – especially when an arts company survives into the double digits – but the pandemic has forced doors closed, and new ways of marking the milestones.
The European salon has much to offer the arts – from better discourse to ways to disagree – argues John Armstrong.
Will artworks referencing the pandemic actually increase awareness and understanding, or is such appropriation simply a means of generating attention?
The award of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) is the highest degree on offer at university. So, what’s involved in getting that coveted arts PhD and how do you apply?
ArtsHub speaks with three art dealers across three states, who are all facing the reality of a pandemic art market, and its impact on artists.
Festivals traditionally lure in audiences with big international names, artists whose work can also help inspire local practitioners. What is the future of programming with COVID travel restrictions in place?
As we all battle screen fatigue with more time spent at home and less time commuting, the nature and value of audio, particularly podcasting, plays a vital role in the way we engage with stories and escape from the world around us.
Kicking around the central issues of our times in the screen sector is slowly revealing a small, battered ball of consensus.
The Mukbang controversy is a chance to discuss race and Australian films. Let's not squander it.
With less options to participate in the arts in real life, many are turning to podcasts to express themselves. If you're planning to start a podcast, here are some valuable tips to keep in mind.
On the event of the 37th NATSIAA, the benchmark for contemporary practice, we take a look at five finalists and the work they have made in response to our times and global concerns.
The pilot program of Music and Memory combines the individualised experience of other dementia programs with a live concert, ensuring socialisation and stimulation.
Our emotional state plays a major role in our perception of time, which might explain why our internal clocks have gone haywire during lockdown.
After three years as Executive Director, Esther Anatolitis is moving on from the National Association of the Visual Arts (NAVA). Here she reflects on challenges, triumphs and the opportunity for new thinking.
The National Film and Sound Archive is becoming a different beast. Who better to explain than the Chief Engagement Officer? He turns out to make his magic from story.
As COVID strikes, what do producers do if something goes terribly wrong? There's a way to work that out, started by the SAFC, but spreading to the world.
The way a company's board operates can mean success or failure for a business. A previous SAMAG panel discussion struck a chord with many in discussing this topic.
The Miles Franklin Literary Award is Australia's most prestigious literature prize. The six shortlisted novels shimmer with relevance and signal the changes rippling through our society.
A new commission will retell a story of sibling rivalry that’s been shared for generations on Noongar boodja in south-west Australia.
It worked, says the Sydney Film Festival of its COVID-19 Defiance Edition, and reveals the numbers to prove it.
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