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The arts sector can sometimes feel cut-throat, with qualities such as vulnerability, sensitivity and kindness coming a poor second to competitiveness. Artists, writers, musicians and arts publicists share how being good and kind can be wearing, but worth it.
The overwhelmingly positive response to Hannah Gadsby’s Netflix comedy special Nannette is confirmation that audiences crave stories that are honest and genuine, and which reveal the storyteller’s vulnerability.
As startup culture grows in the creative industries, it's time to embrace risk taking, or risk never having the opportunity to learn from our failures.
These five artists are just the tip of the iceberg.
$673,000 in funding has been announced in the latest Regional Arts Fund Community Grant round, which seems considerably less than the previous December 2017 round of $1.17M, but the discrepancy is easily explained.
For members of the Murri Book Club, books and reading are linked to the ongoing history of assimilation that, even now, presumes a divide between Indigenous oral story-telling and non-Indigenous literacy.
A major survey exhibition tracks a 40 year career, and looks at how an artist has changed the perception of bark painting nationally and internationally.
From hiring a Chief Happiness Officer to introducing ping pong tables, the pursuit of happiness by employers continues to evolve in the workplace.
A recently-launched helpline aims to provide crisis support for people working in all facets of the Australian music industry.
An exhibition showcasing a collection of rare analogue synthesizers uncovers a forgotten period in experimental electronic music at the Grainger Museum.
Australia’s first race riot has an uncanny parallel to contemporary narratives, which are fleshed out in a new exhibition at 4A exploring alternatives to the violent re-telling of history.
Museum Hack founder Nick Gray, turned the "museum tour" on its head at the Creative State Summit, offering new ways to attract audiences.
There is already a shortage of creative spaces outside the city centre, and inner city artists’ movement to the suburbs is only making the problem worse.
Carriageworks Director, Lisa Havilah says that building long-term relationships with artists, and ensuring they have a purpose, is key to the sustainability of an institution.
In the shadow of Hollywood’s battle with gender inequality, the music industry continues to be dominated by men at nearly all levels.
Set in contemporary Western Sydney, Aanisa Vylet’s play, 'The Girl / The Woman', explores the interior lives of a first generation Muslim woman and her daughter.
ArtsHub speaks to New York-based photographer and installation artist Spencer Tunick about global activism and what it's like to direct a crowd of naked people for art.
Setting the price point for an arts event can often be the death of it. IKEA demonstrate how flipping the model might guarantee greater success. But does this realistically translate to the arts context?
In 2011, Anne Richey interviewed Hugh Stuckey, who provided a gallop through his life story starting as a four year old tap dancer. Seven years later it is a fitting obituary.
Shop assistants and department stores are rich pickings for comedians. Cabaret performer Zeb Direen uses a transgender character to explore dark issues with a comic touch – and a lot of feathers.
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