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From classic horror to familiar dystopias, these are the films and show that are scaring the office silly this Halloween.
As the country grapples with pandemic uncertainty, WA’s current position is fortunate. Two of its major performing arts companies may offer a blueprint for recovery.
Lorien Gugich will bring six years of partnered Twitch streaming, experience in production and community management, and a passion for inclusivity to the studio she's founding.
In 2020 we've all had our share of bad news whether it's personal, professional or pandemic. Dr Diana Carroll looks at how you can help a friend in need.
Vital steps need to be taken to avoid another Juukan Gorge in a state heavily reliant on mining, by adding more Indigenous places to the National Heritage List.
To mark International Artist Day, ArtsHub asked Australian artists how they felt about engaging with an international audience, or whether a home-grown audience is truly where the heart is.
We asked the prolific Australian director and photographer about his two weeks alone in a room with a camera, his presence on Instagram and the upcoming feature film Penguin Bloom.
Players can kill, hunt or hurt animals in popular games ranging from Animal Crossing to Grand Theft Auto. The rise of this (increasingly realistic) trend in games, along with people’s tendency to go along with it, raises important questions.
Have you ever viewed a sculpture 40 feet underwater? Or taken a peek into the bedrooms of Russia's aristocracy? Australia’s niche museums look into obscure interests and personal passions.
American theatre-maker Michael Rohd reflects on the importance of listening and curiosity, and the role of art in our turbulent times.
Should museums be made to give back their marbles? Must Rhodes fall? In her book The Whole Picture, Alice Proctor writes: ‘All art is political.'
While some theatre productions were cancelled because of COVID, others took on a new life, being reimagined as podcasts and webisodes. We spoke with creatives about what it takes to adapt a production for a virtual audience.
At Games Connect Asia Pacific Conference, composer Meena Shamaly detailed his collaborative process of composing a score alongside First Nations musicians.
Working with 87 artists during the pandemic and remote lockdowns, Tarnanthi continues to be innovative, and in a first, throws the spotlight on the work of women Aboriginal artists.
Celebrating 20 years of ArtsHub, we revisit this article from 2016 looking at uncertainty – a topic that's clearly timely, and which Madeleine Dore describes as a 'natural condition of making art'.
'Parts of our lives will be damaged forever' - artists and arts workers described how lost work, and low morale, has affected their mental health.
The 2020 Bankstown Biennale is more than a COVID project. It's an artist-led rethinking of Western Sydney, and the value of the local in global conversations.
Kiwi choreographer Parris Goebel thinks we can all 'do better' on diversity and representation and isn't afraid of calling out NZ's media culture.
Australia’s writing community was shocked to hear of the death of Dr Ania Walwicz, writer, poet, performer and teacher, who passed away on 29 September.
David Astle has been setting Crosswords for the Age and Sydney Morning Herald for 35 years and says the skill is all in developing a sneaky clue, something software can't match.
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