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'Love and Neon' is a dazzling retrospective of eleven films from the master of longing, loneliness and ephemeral ecstasy, says critic Adrian Martin, admitting initial resistance to Wong's charms.
Who's hot in 2021? We asked seven curators to name the visual artists who are on their radar for the year ahead.
Writer Lesley Graham takes a retrospective look at Tasmania's dance sector, highlighting the range of works performed in late 2020 across the state.
2020 showed us all that we can survive, and in some cases thrive. Eight leaders in the arts offer their resolutions for hope for 2021
With a perspective from US theatre, Elsa Hiltner believes now is the time to talk about equity in pay and that it will improve the works produced.
McLachlan was accused of indecent assault in 2014 so the state’s previous laws and tests of consent had to be applied to the case. But what if we judge the case on the basis of professional workplace behaviour?
We asked ten of our major collecting institutions nationally what they acquired in 2020, as a document of this incredible year and its impact on the visual arts.
From the scandals, the censorships, the funding wins, gender re-balance, staff cuts, new museum openings, and the big exhibitions that made a mark – we take a look at the big news of 2020 in the visual arts.
The future can't get here fast enough was the perfect start for ArtsHub’s Visions 2020 conference. We look at the key takeaways from our panelists and keynote speaker Hrag Vartanian, as we look at what the sector needs in 2021.
The public argument about the Martin Bryant project is very close to home for the screen sector. Should we be prejudged? Are some ideas beyond the pale?
As the publicity caravan moves on, we can sense the longer term influences which shaped this year's AACTA results.
Australia's Craft and Design community will be severely impacted by the implementation of proposed cuts to the Australian National University's School of Art and Design rolling out in 2021.
Victoria's Shadow Minister for the Arts, David Davis, argues that the state needs to safely increase its audience capacity in theatres in order to kickstart the creative economy and return employment to pre-COVID levels.
Powerful white men will continue to dominate unless there’s a real revolution for diversity in our media, argues Cross-Cultural Consultant Tasneem Chopra OAM.
A panel of thinkers and academics tackled the misperceptions around the Creative Economy, and how the arts and culture sector fits within it.
Arts organisations often forget to innovate, argues La Boite's Zohar Spatz, but they must if we're to achieve true equity in the sector.
To mark UN Zero Discrimination Day we re-visit an article in which sector leaders warn about a growing discrimination across the arts, fuelled by uneven access to digital content.
With an urgent need to monetise digital content, a panel of leaders discuss how business models need to change, as we move into the next phase of our pandemic, tech-driven, creative future.
Theatre has so much more to offer than economic benefits, argues Professor Julian Meyrick.
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