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Among the many COVID-19 surveys currently being conducted, Music Victoria and partner peak bodies reveal that 42% of operators in the live music sector believe they will not reopen.
Acclaimed critic and journalist Richard Cooke explores writer Robyn Davidson's remarkable life, and her presence in Australian literature.
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As we rebuild after lockdown old inequalities and bias are emerging. Veronica Pardo argues that this is our time to re-think the sector with artists as essential workers for social justice.
How to impart complex somatic body practice to students without being in the room with them? One teacher's response has been to offer audio journeys that encourage students to consider their joints, muscles, bones and nerves.
New artistic leadership at Canberra Symphony Orchestra, Port Fairy Folk Festival’s new Program Director, new Board members at Regional Arts Victoria, and more.
Reopening news, opportunities for artists, a major gift of paintings to AGSA, ACOs Tognetti celebrates 30th anniversary, introducing The Reservoir Room, and more arts news.
Peak body Live Performance Australia has unveiled a two-year recovery plan for the sector, including a JobKeeper extensions, a Business Reactivation Fund and additional support for the Australia Council.
The market for stock footage on the net is becoming a specialised niche of its own as society becomes more visual.
The Australia Council's new RE-IGNITE framework aims to assist artists and organisations to open their doors, return to business, and visualise the sector's new future.
Blackfella's head of factual talks about keeping a format fresh and avoiding tackiness in the third season of SBS's 'Filthy Rich & Homeless'.
The Emerging Writers’ Festival is bringing its complete program online. ArtsHub spoke with EWF’s Artistic Director Ruby-Rose Pivet-Marsh about some of her program highlights.
Ella Holcombe’s The House on the Mountain is a great empathy tool, for children and adults, in explaining the complex emotional feelings of victims of bushfire.
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.
Of all the the curveballs that 2020 has thrown the Australian film industry, 'Shrek' making the box office charts might be the funniest.
'It’s all very well to say "we need the ocean to live", but I bet most people on the street can’t tell you why. We wanted to tell a story of how the ocean creates all life on planet earth, and of connectivity between creatures.’
How sticky is your new digital COVID programming, and will it make that secondary pivot back into your core programming post pandemic.
Cinemas, distributors and producers come out of hibernation with precautions in place, while festivals soldier bravely online.
A new collection of scripts written by young regional Australians shares their fresh perspectives with the wider theatre community.
Celebrated by The New York Times, engaging singers such as Delta Goodrem and Ngaiire, and supporting artists to make new work, ‘Together In Art’ is an online program that’s helping to shape the future of the Art Gallery of NSW.
Writers Sean O’Beirne, Josephine Rowe and Alice Bishop talk with Alice Cottrell about why short stories have such a big impact, at Yarra Valley Writers Festival.
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