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When taking on the task of illustrating Bruce Pascoe’s new children’s book, Kestin Award winner Charmaine Ledden-Lewis found connections with her own family history of the Stolen Generation in Pascoe’s words.
From around the country, artists and arts workers reflect on why the post-pandemic world will need art more than ever.
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.
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.
Playwright Fleur Kilpatrick reflects on the spirit of art-making and offers a series of prompts to get your creative juices flowing again.
According to a Deakin study, almost a third of rainbow families struggle to find representation in LGBTQI+ children’s books. Booksellers say the lack of Australian representation in queer children's titles is also a problem.
As he leaves The Australian, Ashleigh Wilson wraps up two decades with the paper, half of which was spent shaping its arts coverage. How has he seen The Australian and arts criticism change in that time?
ArtsHub spoke with 2020 Miles Franklin shortlisted author Peggy Frew about her latest novel 'Islands', and how feeling like an outsider as a child propelled her to write.
New data shows that Australian and New Zealand readers are borrowing more books from local authors. The Australian Library and Information Association explain how collaboration has paid off.
A new anthology written by First Nations and POC writers speculates on our nation’s future. ArtsHub spoke with featured author Claire G. Coleman and poet Omar Sakr on their contributions, and the current protests occurring.
How sticky is your new digital COVID programming, and will it make that secondary pivot back into your core programming post pandemic.
Writers Sean O’Beirne, Josephine Rowe and Alice Bishop talk with Alice Cottrell about why short stories have such a big impact, at Yarra Valley Writers Festival.
To mark National Reconciliation Week #InThisTogether2020 we dive into our archive to share some of the meaningful conversations along the reconciliation journey.
COVID-19 has made it hard for artists seeking professional development opportunities. We look at advice for those who have been financially penalised in the wake of cancelled residencies.
Moving swiftly and seamlessly, Sydney and Yarra Valley Writers festivals have gracefully pivoted their programs online.
If you're in a bookstore browsing a book does it matter if another authors praises it on the cover? Nick Earls wonders if the endorsement industry works when authors are asked to work for free.
Historical novelist Christine Bell and speculative fiction author James Bradley’s latest projects are eerily reflecting the current world crisis.
With his departure from the Wheeler Centre, Michael Williams leaves the organisation that he helped establish and has led for almost ten years. Where does he see the institution going next?
After a rocky three years for Create NSW, Executive Director Chris Keely says he is a stayer, and has a vision to lead with a collaborative spirit and an open door.
From a novel published in 1989 to a global hit series and now a feature film, Kerry Greenwood's flapper detective has inspired fan
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