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The pandemic experience shows we can’t afford to ignore this problem any longer, argues multimedia producer Mary Tran. She offers ideas for change, in this piece supported by Diversity in Australian Media.
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Amy MacMahon (Greens candidate for South Brisbane) and Kirsten Lovejoy (Greens Candidate for McConnel) spruik their party's arts policies in the lead-up to the Queensland election on Saturday.
Queensland Minister for the Arts, the Hon. Leeanne Enoch MP, outlines Labor's ambitions and plans for the arts if the ALP are re-elected on Saturday.
It is usually artists who are heard complaining that galleries are not working for their commission. It’s not great news when collectors are echoing their voice. Is complacency killing our art market?
Has the sector misjudged the budget impact? No, according to an objective account from Kristen Stevens.
Jo Clay, the ACT Greens' arts spokesperson and candidate for Ginninderra, explains what the Greens will do to support artists and arts organisation in the Australian Capital Territory.
With the ACT election coming up, we hear from the ACT's current Minister for the Arts, Creative Industries and Cultural Events, Gordon Ramsay MLA, on his vision for the capital.
As media cycles and social media mix the messages of our times, David Pledger argues that artists have a unique responsibility to telling the hard truths with stories that require reflection and depth.
Brisbane's Metro Arts has been part of the city's cultural landscape for four decades and now it is re-inventing itself. Penny Everingham looks back at its growth and change.
This week's Budget 2020-21 was handed down with not a single mention of the arts, culture or creative industries. This is how the sector has responded.
"This too shall pass.' In a week of convulsive re-invention, we remember the basics.
Make your vocation your vacation as the saying goes but today it means giving up holidays and every waking hour to write a novel. Paul Dalgarno looks at how he made time for writing his latest novel Poly.
This week the theatre world farewelled a giant – Belgian festival director and curator Frie Leysen. We revisit her 2015 article encouraging boldness, as part of our 20x20 series celebrating 20 years of ArtsHub.
While the ATO seems to understand how artists’ incomes fluctuate year by year, Centrelink does not; nor do its guidelines help artists sustain their careers, a situation NAVA is keen to see changed.
As the Australia Council calls for responses to its latest COVID-inspired research paper, Leanne de Souza thinks now is the time to look at digital as the new normal.
Through protagonist Mae, videogame Night in the Woods asks: what will the future hold, if we can’t possibly go back to the way things were before?
With the Parliamentary inquiry into the arts there is a chance to re-define the debate on the arts sectors own terms according to professors Justin O’Connor, Julian Meyrick and Julianne Schultz.
With the Federal Government investigating the impact of COVID on the arts, Dr Jackie Bailey looks at arguments that need to be made and using language that will be heard.
Hands off or interventionist? Maybe screen agencies are simply going with the flow as they campaign for diversity and new stories.
Before the arts sector returns post-pandemic, we must recognise and repair the fault lines that run deep in the sector, argues Humphrey Bower.
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