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The Labor Party promises to double regional arts support, keep the Powerhouse Museum at its Ultimo location and increase support for Western Sydney.
A change of dancers for Sydney Dance Company, new Director at Adelaide Film Festival, and more.
Brett Whiteley is no longer exclusive to the visual arts, but has become part of Australian mythology. ArtsHub speaks with those involved in creating this landscape of memory, to ask: why now?
Art Stage Singapore cancelled, Next Wave calls on artists for form government, MPavilion extends summer program, and more.
New positions filled at Creative Partnerships Australia, the MCA and Emerging Writers' Festival, among others.
Parliamentary reports, a new performing arts centre, program announcements, touring celebrations and more.
The Opera House’s sails, a disused WWII fuel tank, and an exhibition that speaks of renegade modernism, are the sites of inspiration for three sonic artworks this month.
You can tell a lot about a year by the topics that garner attention. ArtsHub takes the pulse of 2019: the spectaculars, the solo exhibitions and the recurring themes that will dominate the year.
Whether you're looking for professional development, tapping sector trends or seeking to rub shoulders with cultural entrepreneurs, ArtsHub's 2019 Conference Planner maps out what's on offer.
New management for Chunky Move, Auckland Art Gallery, Govett Brewster, Castlemaine Art Gallery, top board positions filled, and more.
2018 was big: big blockbusters, big lobbying, big cock-ups and big shifts at the top end for the visual arts.
We salute the lives and careers of the artists, performers and patrons who took their final curtain call in 2018.
Rose-scented beer, a black comedy, boho chic and an exhibition song list are among the ways the NGA has given the Pre-Raphaelites a contemporary spin for the exhibition, Love & Desire.
With the primary purpose being to build the nation’s collection, the Federal Government’s announcement today is a win for all Australians.
ArtsHub makes it easy for you to plot your summer art viewing with this state-by-state list of blockbusters and big impact exhibitions.
New residencies, new developments, new program announcements and other arts news you may have missed.
From political dramas to sudden resignations, and scandals to celebrations, we look back on the events that had the sector talking in 2018.
Diana Carroll takes a look at the bookshops to see what’s new for the art lover in your life.
Art is not a luxurious extra, it's a necessity, writes Johanna Knox.
Australia’s cultural sector is in a building boom. A recent SAMAG panel, however, discussed the realities of mounting a redevelopment, asking how important are costly consultants, the need for Master planning and post-build sustainability?
ArtsHub Visual Arts Editor, Gina Fairley, spoke with MCA’s Megan Robson about the current exhibition, Primavera 2018, in response to a wave of commentary that followed its recent review.
Two new exhibitions explore the many varied nuances of love and invite us to engage with stories that celebrate both the ecstasy and messiness it forces us to endure.
First Nations artists and arts workers offer advice on how to embrace the International Year of Indigenous Languages.
From ground roots actions to sophisticated artworks driving campaigns for thought, there are many parallels between social justice artists working in Australia and America.
Our language tells us a lot about who we are: our confidence, our embrace of trends, our professionalism and our priorities. So what did 2018 say?
Plagiarism, disrespect, or just plain lazy? The National Gallery of Victoria faces heat over the title of its latest Indigenous collection show.
Important questions about ambition and fairness are being asked as part of the review of the Major Performing Arts Framework. It's vital that all artists and arts workers have their say.
William Kentridge shared wisdoms of life in the studio – including embracing stupidity, bastardry and saying no – during his recent visit to Sydney for his AGNSW exhibition.
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A video installation that marks each minute in a 24-hour day by referencing scenes from film and television, and functions as a clock in real time, Christian Marclay’s masterpiece has no agenda other than the one your mind provides.
The Beehive is more than a story about a missing socialite, it's a fresh take on the documentary genre that scratches the raw sore of gentrification, corruption and violence in our society.
Escher x nendo will surprise, delight and challenge.
A contemporary take on a very old tradition speak both of legacies and a very energised and personalised future.
Having on had two exhibitions in his lifetime, Tuckson's contribution to Australian abstraction is still felt, as was his celebration of Pacific art, both explored in a new survey exhibition.
Have a shot of caffeine before you head to QUT's new exhibition, Beyond Reason, as it is a high voltage, overloaded experience that will set your brain alight.
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