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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.
A panel of artists and storytellers interrogate the slipperiness of post-truth at the Creative State Summit.
ArtsHub sat down with Brook Andrew on the eve of his Biennale appointment, and discovered what he meant when he described creating an exhibition that would sit at edges and dismantle black and white stereotypes.
ArtsHub speaks with Neal Stimler, The Met’s Public Engagement guru who is changing the face of the Auckland Art Gallery, one byte at a time.
In the new, democratic medium of podcasting, producers are colliding with the great issues of our culture. Is there such a thing as an authentic Australian sound?
Tasmanian artists are increasingly exploring themes which speak to contemporary life, including the island's history of protest and activism.
Many artists, arts professionals and culture lovers have significant art collections, and yet few consider what their future value might be to others through a bequest.
As gallerist Janet Clayton closes up shop after a decade, ArtsHub talks with her about the future of shop front galleries and the collecting landscape in Australia, and abroad.
The team behind LGBT audio drama 'Love and Luck' explain how they created a successful podcast that celebrates diversity, accessibility and, most importantly, love.
'People in power have seen our work and believed in our work and have allowed us to come through. But we still have such a long way to go.’
Recent years have seen rapid growth in the number of winter arts festivals, but is there more to their popularity than just a push to boost tourism in the off-season?
Australian readers are increasingly open to the rich cultural imaginations of the most intensely othered parts of the world.
Steeped in culture, Screenhub's new journalist reckons that Phryne Fisher is the closest thing we have to a superhero. How does she claim her right to the red carpet and the silver screen?
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