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Thinking of starting a small business venture in the midst of a world crisis? ArtsHub speaks with the founders of Aniko Press and Debut Books, who did just that.
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.
Even if you've not opened a book in ages, remember that we are in an age of hyper-literacy and our days are saturated with words.
There's lots to look forward to this year with Stan's Bump, ABC's Aftertaste, Foxtel's The End and New Gold Mountain on SBS just the start.
There's a lot more to the streaming pivot than horror in the exhibition sector. It will resonate across the entire global industry.
The pandemic has undoubtedly changed the way we work, but how many of the changes we've become accustomed to will continue over 2021?
Our Performing Arts Editor Richard Watts selects some of the shows he’s most excited to see in 2021.
It’s time to fill your calendar with these literary prizes, fellowships and opportunities.
Let's take a look at the most exciting games releasing this year, from Hollow Knight: Silksong to Dead Static Drive
By encouraging random encounters and free-flowing conversation, coffee shops become engines of innovation.
After two summers that couldn’t be more different – from drought and fires to heavy rain – conversations about the Anthropocene, and artist activism around climate change, are ripe for new resolutions.
While online material has changed what librarians do, they're specific knowledge and skillset can certainly never be replaced. Library Manager of Museums Victoria Hayley Webster, tells us what it takes to excel in this position.
New collaborative work at an Aboriginal cave in eastern Victoria shows the stark difference between contemporary archaeological research and that conducted in the 1970s.
The year everything got cancelled – writer Jo Caust looks at the toxic landscape of 2020 from arts education, relief rollout, closures and cancellations – concluding that need to work with the realisation that the arts are ignored.
After a year that had us all appreciating our local talent, Melissa Cranenburgh looks forward to the small press surprises and stories that talk about our communities.
Cultural Entrepreneur Emilya Colliver has written a book targeted at developers and corporates, to assist in navigating board room discussion and planning pitches, and to ensure the role of the artist is kept in sight.
Richard Watts looks back on the highs and lows of 2020 as reported by the ArtsHub news team.
After six years as Artistic Director/CEO at Brisbane’s La Boite, MacDonald is moving on. He looks back on his time at the company, discussing his regrets, triumphs, and hopes for the future.
As we prepare to put this bin fire of a year behind us, let's look back on our most-read stories of 2020.
In a year when we all reassessed what was valuable (remember the run on toilet paper?) local bookshops came to mean much more than bricks and mortar. We asked writers what made a bookshop valuable to them this year.
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