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Anton Andreacchio and Dr Lewis Mitchell sat down at Screen Forever to discuss the role of data in screen production, and whether robots will replace us all.
Narratives around sexual assault in Hollywood are changing – on screen and off.
How do you get your entry to stand out from the crowd? Jane O’Sullivan surveys the prizes to see how you could increase your chances.
He has been described as "the storyteller", blurring the boundaries of performance, photography and text to explore sexuality and identity in his work. We speak with William Yang ahead of his QAGOMA exhibition.
We speak with five arts organisations that have all reached the middle age milestone, to try and glean the lessons for success in a notoriously impermanent sector.
Dancers, actors and artists are turning to TikTok to gain audience reach to promote their practice. We speak with two artists who have successfully adapt their practice for the platform.
If non-disabled artists listen to those with chronic illness and disabilities, we may yet re-build as a kinder, more robust arts industry that is ready for anything and anyone, argues Fleur Kilpatrick.
Sam Cotton's cute 'Ani-mates' won the $15,000 TikTok pilot pitch comp at Screen Forever, but across several panels we heard from creators and execs about how to engage in less than a minute.
Writer/Director Josh Tanner sat down with the CEO of Dreamscreen Australia and the head of Epic Games’ LA Lab on a Screen Forever panel about the future of virtual post-production.
Drawing on a comprehensive survey of 600+ Chinese-speaking students, a new report provides insights and case studies to help arts organisations engage with this potentially huge audience segment.
Right now, local films and the local industry are showing confidence in the market and cinema audiences. By contrast, writes Stephen Gaunson, the Hollywood studios are panicking.
The Facebook news ban is being lifted but what did the shutdown mean for small arts organisations and publishers who relied on the platform to build audiences?
From improving motor skills to developing a sense of self, art-making for children is an important part of development writes Vicky Armstrong.
Now in its tenth year the documentary festival with a positive spin goes virtual. We talked to director Daniel Simons about the program and his latest reasons for hope.
Can 'hyperlocal' arts programming save Australia’s previously thriving festival scene? Or are audiences still looking for the big names from overseas?
Australia's most important war was fought for 140 years between Aboriginal peoples and the colonists who wanted their land. It's time that war was appropriately recognised, argues Henry Reynolds.
As galleries moved online in the pandemic some found tools that would bring them to new audiences while others missed the human connection. Jane O’Sullivan looked at how COVID-19 changed galleries forever.
Having both worked in zones of conflict, Gittoes and Cornish speak with ArtsHub about their use of art as a means for social message – and how effective that might be.
Companies collaborating with Irish and New Zealand colleagues tell us how their productions are forging ahead despite the pandemic. Dogged determination means the shows can go on.
A sculptor and a spiritualist are an unlikely pair to have shaped the history of Australian art, both now recognised in major survey exhibitions. ArtsHub speaks with curators on how Clarice Beckett and Margel Hinder did it.
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