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ArtsHub jobs data shows that there has been a strong increase in the number of positions for First Nations professionals offered at arts organisations over the past two years.
In the latest ArtsHubbub episode, we speak with Carly Findlay about ableism, the media and the new book Growing Up Disabled in Australia.
Artists working in schools, new festival for Newcastle, chalking on Parliament steps, Carriageworks takeover, film meets chamber music and rockin' new venue for Brunswick, plus more arts news.
Despite cutting its staff by half as COVID hit, the Biennale of Sydney delivered over 600 programs to audiences, and recorded other interesting statistics as it pivoted online.
PICA and Perth Festival have postponed the opening of numerous events, while Fringe World has cancelled five nights worth of shows.
After the social isolation COVID-19 has caused, this year's All About Women Festival will provide a space for people to come together to talk, think and be reminded we're no longer alone.
Survey by 92-year old artist, mentoring to new stage works, Gertrude Contemporary kicks off its year, deadly narratives, new feminist theatre, and more arts news.
Over 100 artists have been announced for the return of the Sangam Festival 2021. Held over four weekends in Melbourne, the program reveals spoken word, music, dance, theatre and more.
From design festivals to solo exhibitions, we take a look at what the craft and design sector has planned for 2021
Festivals in regional Victoria and the Gold Coast demonstrate their adaptability as the sector adjusts to COVID-safe conditions.
Craft symposium announced, MCA collection rehang, Experimenta Triennial of Media Art news, Mona kids picture book, and more arts news and opportunities.
For the first time Queer Screen’s Mardi Gras Film Festival will be presented in a hybrid format, catering to the cinema-going public and those who want to watch from home.
RØDE Founder donates $5 million to the Sydney Festival, with a message to philanthropists that the arts need their help.
From pop up galleries in empty shops, using trams and traffic barriers, billboards and pocket urban parks and laneways - Sydney and Melbourne are flourishing outside 'the white cube' of the conventional gallery, post COVID.
Can 'hyperlocal' arts programming save Australia’s previously thriving festival scene? Or are audiences still looking for the big names from overseas?
Companies collaborating with Irish and New Zealand colleagues tell us how their productions are forging ahead despite the pandemic. Dogged determination means the shows can go on.
Is it just a calendar date, or is it opportunity to promote acceptance and diversity via the arts? We speak with Asian Australian artists and arts managers this Lunar New Year.
The Artistic Directors of major festivals in Perth, Darwin, Brisbane and other mainland capitals only have to satisfy their local stakeholders. Not so for Tasmanian festivals like Mona Foma and Ten Days on the Island.
What do international arts festivals do when Australia’s borders are still largely closed to international travellers? They draw on their establishing principles while simultaneously celebrating the unique cultures of their individual cities.
This year, we all pivoted to an online model but did it help the disabled community? At our recent Visions 2020 conference, Hanna Cormick, Gayle Kennedy and Madeleine Little discussed how much digital has opened up and the need to do more in the future.
Agility, adaptability and upskilling are all part of the process, but gifs are important too. Lessons learned from Melbourne Fringe's first foray into presenting a festival digitally.
Solvency records show that the inaugural Biennale of Australian Art (BOAA) still owes around $350,000 to artists and vendors, while its Director moves on to open a new gallery.
In the coronavirus crisis there have been calls from all sides to 'save the arts', but we should also ask what sort of arts industry we want to save.
Despite all Arts Ministers meeting yesterday, Queensland has been the only state to step up with a stimulus package in the awake of Coronavirus' decimation of the sector.
While attending Adelaide Festival, Jared Thomas saw something that made him question years of racism and set him on the path to becoming a writer.
Responding to a recent review, Cementa19 make the point, that like all good art, a festival should make you uncomfortable, awkward, challenged, and aware of the social reality in which you play.
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This debut work by Jasmin Sheppard is a potent and poetic metaphor for many First Nations Australians as they confront the pressures to blend in.
Three new works presented as part of MONA FOMA 2021, created by BIG hART, Second Echo Ensemble and Hobart-based artist Loren Kronemyer.
A collective of musicians, dancers and writers weave ancient texts, myths and traditions into a recital exploring collective connection to old and new homelands.
Stompin's latest work was originally supposed to be presented in April 2020, and has benefitted from the extra-long development process.
Solid conceptual framing, but does it get lost in festival fever? Artspace focuses on First Nations conversations for Sydney Festival with a curious pairing.
At a time when many of our art schools nationally face perilous cuts and closures, this exhibition curated by Daniel Mudie Cunningham couldn’t be more timely.
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