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The National Library of Australia's metadata map Trove faces funding cuts, which has led to an outpouring of support on social media.
The Stella Prize is extending its initiatives to increase media and review coverage of authors from diverse backgrounds.
Queensland writer named as the recipient of the inaugural Kat Muscat Fellowship to continue the legacy of the beloved writer, editor and feminist.
Asialink has announced its successful 2016 Arts Residents, with an emphasis on both innovation and craft.
New study highlights the strategies Australian book publishers are using to fight back against digital disruption.
The Stella Prize announces its 2016 longlist, celebrating a diversity of genres and titles written by Australian women.
In an ArtsHub exclusive, Marcus Westbury takes time out in his first week on the job to discuss the creation of Collingwood’s Contemporary Arts Precinct.
Festivals, tours, new collaborations, new productions and more feature in this week's news wrap.
The $100,000 Victorian Prize for Literature has been awarded to a work of drama for the first time in the Award’s history.
Some of Australia’s more iconoclastic arts figures are among those honoured in this year’s Australia Day honours list.
Writers, filmmakers, musicians and play readings feature among this week’s arts news.
You know you should have half an hour’s exercise five times a week to be physically fit. But how much arts activity do you need to be mentally healthy? A world-first study has found the answer.
As the year wraps up, several important appointments have been announced to reshape the sector in the 2015.
Prime Minister praises writers for their contribution to the 'world of imagination' as he announced winners of the Prime Minister's Literary Awards.
Ten of 13 youth performing arts companies have lost their Australia Council funding, sending shockwaves through the sector.
The Australian Council is retrenching 14 positions but employing six new people in a major restructure.
Twenty one titles, including poetry, fiction, drama and writing for young adults, are in the running for Australia’s single richest literary prize.
Express Media's annual awards recognise that while they may be young, Australia's newest writers and editors are bright, talented and full of empathy.
Emergency funds to save individual artists and small-to-mediums from the impact of the Budget cuts are at the heart of a Senate Report which shows the sector has been heard.
Regional Arts Fund announces support for eight projects to enhance long-term professional development and opportunities in Victoria.
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