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At a time when mainstream media coverage of the arts continues to shrink, the nation’s foremost journalism awards have at last recognised arts journalism.
Curators appointed to Parrtjima and Edinburgh Festival, a new Chair for AFTRS and a Festival Director steps down after five years.
Despite illness, Jenny Deves was a cornerstone of the Canberra craft community, advocating greater visibility and professional recognition.
Shock resignations, a new leader for the Sydney Biennale, and financial brains lend knowledge to Melbourne Festival.
Who needs to go to Venice? ArtsHub previews Tracey Moffatt's work in the Australian Pavilion.
A stalwart at the coalface of arts advocacy, Tamara Winikoff has announced her retirement from two key peak arts organisations.
Film Victoria loses CEO, new Executive Directors for Guildhouse and Open House, and big Board shuffles.
A new light commission by American artist James Turrell will transform Brisbane’s Gallery of Modern Art.
Water is a common thread in the work of many artists, who are increasingly advocating change without donning the activist hat.
Funding is included for everything from upgrades of existing cultural infrastructure to a new podcasting centre.
$400,000 has been allocated by the Coalition to strengthen regional cultural ties, starting with an Indigenous project.
Melbourne conservator and dealer acquitted of Brett Whiteley fraud conviction.
Seven artists and one architectural studio will take up residence in The Clothing Store at the Carriageworks precinct.
The National Art School has been rated number one in Australia for overall educational experience.
Rising attendance has been the determining factor in a financial boost for the National Gallery of Victoria.
The Shepparton Art Museum has approved a contemporary design by one of Australia's best known architecture firms.
Artists rethink the trauma of war by reflecting upon the little discussed attack on Sydney by the Japanese.
Pricing visual art can seem like plucking a number out of the air, but the reality is much more complicated.
For International Museums Day we examine the contemporary value of museums and harness the 2017 theme of saying the unspeakable.
A regional QLD city has caught the eye of New York curator–influencers, who value its cultural programing as being richer than Melbourne’s.
David Walsh's Museum of Old and New Art is located in one of the most disadvantaged municipalities in Tasmania, but are locals taking up the offer of free entry?
Arts organisations are ‘snow blind’ with demographic data that fails to explain what really makes audiences buy tickets. There is a smarter alternative.
ArtsHub posted an image last week of a scheduled performance by Cigdem Aydemir at the MCA, causing comment over lack of context.
Battle of the Blockbusters: We take a look at how our blockbuster diet has changed as two diametrically opposed exhibitions both promise big numbers.
Childlessness is often regarded as a necessary sacrifice for a creative career, especially for women.
The NGA wants to push contemporary dialogues but it is late to the party with its focus on Filipino art.
Its agenda is laudable – to give more space to Australian artists at our majors – but does it fall down when a stronger lens is put to The National?
The number crunch on artists representing Australia at the Venice Biennale shows two prominent galleries greatly dominate selection.
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