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Making up 80% of public museums, many not-for-profit volunteer-run spaces won’t survive the pandemic, which will erode cultural life in communities unless their value is recognised and supported.
From the way public institutions acquire, to the value placed on Australian artists, and skewed funding streams that favour institutions, Brisbane gallerist Andrew Baker raises some hard truths about the visual arts sector.
As violence – and the silence around it – spikes during COVID, a new project uses craftivism to give voice to women and non-binary people, created by Queen Victoria Women's Centre's inaugural Feminist in Residence.
Anniversaries are moments for great celebration – especially when an arts company survives into the double digits – but the pandemic has forced doors closed, and new ways of marking the milestones.
ArtsHub speaks with three art dealers across three states, who are all facing the reality of a pandemic art market, and its impact on artists.
On the event of the 37th NATSIAA, the benchmark for contemporary practice, we take a look at five finalists and the work they have made in response to our times and global concerns.
After three years as Executive Director, Esther Anatolitis is moving on from the National Association of the Visual Arts (NAVA). Here she reflects on challenges, triumphs and the opportunity for new thinking.
The Heide retrospective of Hester’s work marks the centenary of her birth. It comes at a time when audiences have a much greater sensitivity to her place in the canon of Australian modernism and of the human condition.
When we think of blockbusters we imagine big crowds, big dollars and international travel – a sure recipe for cancellation in a recovering COVID world. We take a look at the real costs of managing through the reshuffle.
With four accounts in the past month coming to attention, we take a look at the escalating disrespect for traditional Aboriginal lands and heritage by Australia’s resource industry – and the flawed legislation allowing it to happen.
Art making is a basic human activity that gives shape to meaning. In conditions of extreme confinement, finding meaning becomes all the more urgent.
First the bushfires and then COVID closures, we look at three arts organisations hardest hit in 2020 and what the opening up of regional travel will mean for their future survival.
How sticky is your new digital COVID programming, and will it make that secondary pivot back into your core programming post pandemic.
NGA’s exhibition The Body Electric was unable to pivot digitally during COVID-19. We speak with the exhibition's curators about notions of intimacy, imaged desire and perceptions of the inappropriate.
In calling out carpetbaggers, art centres remind us that we all have a role to play in ensuring best practice and the protection of our First Nation artists and communities.
To mark National Reconciliation Week #InThisTogether2020 we dive into our archive to share some of the meaningful conversations along the reconciliation journey.
COVID-19 has made it hard for artists seeking professional development opportunities. We look at advice for those who have been financially penalised in the wake of cancelled residencies.
As Executive Director of Sydney Living Museums and NSW State Archives and Records, Adam Lindsay oversees 12 organisations. We talk to him about leadership in crisis and finding your mojo in the digital pivot.
Inspiration comes in many forms and for street artists, the Coronavirus has delivered a wealth of material, allowing them to respond to the pandemic with humour and kindness.
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