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In five years, Rachael Coghlan has turned Craft ACT around from drained coffers to secure organisational funding, and created a sustainable festival with a national profile. She puts that recovery down to a supportive community.
Daniel Boud has photographed celebrities from Flume to Cate Blanchett and Ai Wei Wei, and has worked with most major Australian arts companies. We caught up with him on making it as a Freelance Arts Photographer.
In a first, Adlington as CEO of a peak arts organisation will split his role between a regional home office and Sydney headquarters, turning a COVID adaptation into a new professional model for the sector.
ArtsHub speaks with artists Luke Cornish (aka ELK) and Zoe Young on why they stepped away from gallery representation, and how it's working for them.
Don't put yourself at risk by sending an emailed inventory of your for sale artworks or designs. Rather, use a simple Consignment Agreement to protect your interests. We talk to Arts Law on why, and look at some case studies.
Damien Wright believes the future is in the handmade, especially as we emerge as a new economy out of COVID-19, and there will be a greater place for craft businesses.
COVID has seen a mini boom for en plein air painting as we all re-evaluate the great outdoors. We talk to three artists who’ve doing it for decades and offer tips for joining the trend.
Serving artists and creating a safe and welcome space for creatives of all backgrounds to work were Zara Stanhope's greatest intentions in her past role with QAGOMA, as she looks forward to her next chapter in New Zealand.
Research has shown that over 60% of recent arts visitors first attended cultural organisations as children. We revisit this topic as part of ArtsHub's 20th anniversary celebrations.
With an obscure title – and one totally befitting to the unique Mona brand – Elizabeth Pearce tells us about her role in creating the text that surround all things Mona, while staying in sync with David Walsh's mantra for no bullshit.
With a regional gallery pedigree, topped off by diplomatic cultural relations, Sarah Schmidt brings a unique perspective to the Canberra Museum and Gallery, that positions the gallery within a broader lens.
Being an ARI Director is extremely collaborative, says Rebecca Gallo, an artist and founding member of Pari, in Sydney's West. Her view is that ARIs are moving away from the pay-to-play model, and are more accountable to communities.
At 4A, Mikala Tai fought for the legitimacy of contemporary Asian art in the Australian context. Her success is a message of hope in our journey to diversity and global acceptance.
After 10 years in the role, and more than 30 advocating for the arts, Michael Rolfe is stepping down as CEO Museums & Galleries of NSW.
After a lifetime career on "the hill" in Canberra and leading Australia's peak organisation for museums and galleries, Alex Marsden is handing the baton to someone else to lead with fresh ideas.
If you have a keen eye for colour, materiality and space, then being an exhibition designer might be the job for you. The National Gallery of Australia's Jing-Ling Chua talks about her career.
To celebrate Ask A Curator Day, we posed 20 questions to 20 curators nationally, touching on topics from ethical responsibilities to working internationally, managing space, finding artists and curating for kids.
In an unexpected turn, Kelly Gellatly has resigned as Director of Ian Potter Museum of Art, a decision triggered by a COVID rethink, and a stagnated building project and department restructure.
Not Rockerfeller, but want his bank account? Here are nine tips for selling your art online.
For Rachael Coghlan, Craft ACT's first virtual AGM offered lessons for many arts orgs needing to deliver reporting, acquittals and appointments, despite COVID lockdowns.
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