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Maria Balshaw is no stranger to strong talk; in a conversation with ArtsHub she tackles the topics of gender equity, technology, and youth as pathways to the museum sector's future.
A new sound performance invites participants to spend the night on a Gold Coast beach, and questions how incidental atmospheres complement, interrupt and augment our slumber.
The limited and skewed portrayal of autism means it is often misrepresented rather than represented in fiction, which can be extremely isolating for autistic children.
From Four Winds in regional NSW to Tasmania's Ten Days on the Island, artistic directors are taking the opportunity to re-imagine what their festivals can be.
Top of the Arts 2025 agenda for artist Ben Quilty was tax reform for artists. He also warned the sector to stop infighting and work on shifting perceptions.
Leading by example, the Executive Director of Arts Access Victoria has stepped down from her role in order to make way for a person with a disability. She has called for others to do the same.
Rhana Devenport has a vision, but the Auckland Art Gallery's budget is insufficient to deliver it.
An award-winning experimental arts group has crafted an immersive installation to give audiences an opportunity to experience what life is like with a mental illness.
Choreographers, playwrights and arts administrators all benefit from development programs, of which there are a diverse range on offer around the country.
Forget talent, luck or even confidence – it may be courage that determines your aptitude for success in the creative industries.
Body adornment is hardly a new preoccupation, but has jewellery pushed beyond the craft label and entered our art galleries as an art form?
Two artists are using the visceral nature of racket sport to make a statement on the way women are publicly expected to deny their strength and aggression.
Deadly Woman Blues should not be forgotten. It remains a useful and instructive example, albeit unintentionally, of the authorial burdens and responsibilities inherent in publishing other people’s stories.
Why say something with 40 objects when you can say it with four? The Gift is an exhibition that offers a fresh take on a big topic
Print them out and paste them around town - that's the goal behind Deborah Kelly's feminist crowdsourcing artwork for International Women's Day.
Screen producer Sue Maslin and journalist Tracey Spicer discuss the #metoo and #timesup campaigns, and where next for the fight against sexual harassment in Australia.
Your organisation might make a claim for accessibility, but is it really inclusive? Here's a checklist to help you become an inclusive arts provider for NDIS.
A regional conservatorium and a capital city theatre have joined forces to bring the art song tradition into the 21st century.
ArtsHub visited New Zealand’s newest sculpture park, Sculptureum, which combines popular festival bravado with a passion for collecting.
Good theatre can do more than entertain; it can provoke, interrogate and challenge our views of the world.
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