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Think you know Japanese cinema? Now in its 23rd year, the Japanese Film Festival will entertain and educate by reviving the old and introducing the new.
A new touring exhibition that addresses discrimination against First Nations peoples and minority groups is giving a voice to marginalised Australians.
Holidays are the ideal time for kids and teens to get creative.
Festival curator Richard Moore tells ArtsHub what makes a winning short film – and how it’s really not so far from Dandenong to Cannes.
This homegrown festival, The Big Anxiety, is leading the world in new practice and conversations about mental health, combining art, science and technology.
With an Illusion specialist at NIDA, students can expect the unexpected.
When some of the sharpest minds working across museums, technology and entrepreneurship converge in the one space, great ideas are bound to be exchanged. Such was the case at the 2019 Perth REMIX Summit.
An exhibition that looks at the global trend of fusing craft with activism, Craftivism heads to Canberra’s political heart – the Museum of Australian Democracy.
We are much more than a bunch of stories as members are about to find out with our new Hub Club. What will we put into the swag?
Sydney Contemporary art fair is about to open its doors, showcasing over 450 artists and attracting more than just sector – it encapsulates a new culture of holistic arts engagement.
The city’s performing arts centre is rethinking what it is to open up new artforms and spaces.
Shivanjani Lal’s exhibition at Bega Valley Regional Gallery explores loss and dislocation.
In their new immersive eco-horror, Sarah Aiken and Rebecca Jensen of Deep Soulful Sweats craft a dark, hopeful and irreverent cautionary tale.
Nominations are now open for a suite of awards offered by the Australia Council for the Arts, including the 2020 Australia Council Awards, the Red Ochre Awards and the inaugural National Arts and Disability Awards, recognising the contribution of a diverse range of Australian artists.
As residencies become more popular than ever before, Talking PLACE ponders the future of experimental arts in the bush. What is our responsibility when making art on another’s place?
Situated in the heritage precinct of the old Darlinghurst gaol site, the National Art School offers a unique study experience for students to hone their skills through a studio-based practice.
Heather Croall, CEO of one of Australia's biggest festivals, Adelaide Fringe, shares her insight.
Denmark’s Magnus Restofte says that you are not only asking people to part with their money – but their time today – and that is a tough sell for any sized organisation. He is coming to Sydney in November.
Lovers of art, fashion, and design should head to Bendigo this month for the superb Balenciaga: Shaping Fashion.
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