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A Newcastle artist visualises Twitter abuse of Australian politicians, with a little help from a social scientist.
New legislation sends the message that fake boomerangs can bugger off.
From a video lament, to a comic spin on The Last Supper, this exhibition rethinks the physical and psychological reaction Australians have to roadkill.
The sale of a rare collection of Picasso prints valued at $9.3 million will result in a generous gift to Australian grassroots non-profit organisations.
Is acknowledgement just a case of name-dropping, or is the honouring of benefactors more than a complex deal for dollars?
A temporary reprieve lessens the blow for current students, but the future still looks bleak for Sydney College of the Arts.
New Chair joins McClelland Sculpture Park and Gallery.
Melbourne will get a new contemporary art museum, offering improved public access to a major private collection of Australian art.
A 2017 solution to an industrial problem – artists and arts professionals need to be remunerated fairly for their time and skills.
Melbourne Theatre Company announce the successful applicants for its 2017 Women in Theatre Program.
The Talk is a new segment on ArtsHub that helps you digest the month’s news without choking on the spam.
One CEO steps down in the disability sector; another steps up in Indigenous arts. Plus changes to The Australian Ballet and the Australian Centre for Photography.
Yosl Bergner spent only 11 years of a long life in Australia but his understanding of the Indigenous tragedy made him an important Australian painter.
A new report has found that the auction market is being usurped by millennials, with different spending and shopping habits.
An exhibition includes the last paintings made by Myuran Sukumaran before his execution in a message against the death penalty and fight for global human rights.
Philanthropist and former chairman of Australia’s media dynasty, Fairfax & Sons, James Fairfax leaves a great legacy for the arts.
Sharing your creative ambitions with a brother or sister can be a competitive spur but it can also be source of support and fun.
Mining in the Burrup Peninsula is having devastating effects on ancient rock art but government is protecting industry ahead of heritage.
Longevity can seem an elusive concept in the current arts funding climate, so we asked a few established organisations to share their experiences of success.
Robots, Pano-scopes and Sensoriums: technology has changed experience of museum and library collections for the better.
Local government is a key source of arts funding for many; here are some tips on optimising such relationships.
There are a few things to consider before you seek legal representation.
A recent report showed that Australia was at the bottom of the list when it came to business-university collaboration. The arts is turning that around.
As a creative outlet, blogging can motivate you but probably won't make you money - though it can lead to a book deal.
Not crediting artists' images online is an ongoing problem, from the top down.
Trump’s opponents see his lavish taste as evidence of despotic tendencies but perhaps like Louis XIV he will use luxury to support a national economy.
Australia has public holidays for agricultural shows, football finals and a horse race. Why don't the arts have a public day of celebration?
As "festivalisation" takes over our cities, one thing is increasingly left off the programing list – and that is the visual arts.
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Who’s Afraid of Colour? is a bold and striking exhibition of Aboriginal women artists.
While this exhibition lands a political wallop, it also raises questions more broadly of critical engagement through contemporary art.
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