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The Art Gallery of South Australia adopts the philosophy that education is the pathway to understanding, with workshops for teachers about guiding respectful classroom dialogue.
A number of consultation forums taking place across Australia are helping to solidify the formation of a much-needed National Indigenous Arts and Cultural Authority.
In 2019 we have a unique opportunity to preserve and protect Indigenous languages.
NIDA alumnus Luke Rogers invited ArtsHub backstage to talk about his journey from Director to Artistic Director.
We ask a cross section of women in the Australian arts sector how they respond to the theme of this year's International Women's Day.
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In her keynote speech at the Fair Play Symposium, First Nations curator Genevieve Grieves analyses what it means when we say ‘First Peoples first’.
The trends, wins and pressure points in the art education sector, as identified at the National Visual Art Education Conference.
Major Structural Change in the Arts Party announced, LPA's Chief Executive calls for halt on new festival licenses, Historic assets added to UNESCO Australian Memory of the World Register, and more.
With a 45-year lease locked in and State Significance Organisation status secured, Australia's oldest art school is set to soar into the future.
From a series of high-profile installations at Dark Mofo and The Falls Festival to a portable sound stage at Mona Foma, University of Tasmania students are enjoying remarkable real-world artistic opportunities.
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The University of Melbourne’s Master of Cultural Materials Conservation equips students with high-level technical skills and trains them in cultural competency and cross-cultural respect.
Six teams of researchers and Masters and PhD students from Deakin will create a unique series of place-responsive public artworks in Venice from May to November this year.
A special panel discussion at NIDA will put LGBTQI+ storytelling and representation centre-stage this Valentine’s Day.
RMIT University’s upcoming information session on 5 February can answer practical information about a range of courses in the creative industries.
The role of University Art Museums has changed dramatically in recent years. ArtsHub talks with three venues across three states to get a clearer picture of how they are punching above their weight
Integrity, initiative and innovative thinking are desirable characteristics in arts leaders, but in this rapidly evolving world it’s our future leaders’ approach to the changing society around us that needs re-evaluation.
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The new-look Advanced Diploma of Performing Arts (Acting) at Adelaide College of the Arts has been restructured to provide more time for reflection and less stress.
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