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In the future, generations will need the means to understand how the coronavirus pandemic affected our world, so while museums are losing millions every week, they are committed to preserving coronavirus artefacts.
With a top drawer international career for over a decade, Sophie O’Brien takes on the position as Bundanon Trust’s Head of Curatorial and Learning. What does that perspective offer this historic site as it prepares for its future?
US author and academic Elizabeth Patton takes a look at the social history of the home office, to better understand the makeshift nature of workspaces at home.
Virtual production is an amazing toy for the big end of production, but a panel at Screen Makers sees wider opportunities.
Sick of lockdown, Netflix and the lack of stimulus that accompanies pandemic life? You're so not alone.
How can we have a meaningful cultural conversation when arts coverage in the media is on life support?
Isolation, exclusion and exhaustion are some of the issues facing First Nations, Black-identifying people and POC artists. Research conducted by Creatives of Colour takes a solution-based approach to the findings.
To celebrate 20 years of ArtsHub we look back at this 2018 article about artist activism and the role the arts play in social change.
Is it possible to stage a successful production when the director isn’t even in the same room as the performer? It can be done, but only with a lot of patience and a good sense of humour.
Ten ways to be part of the future. Because the COVID hiatus will be history.
The announcement of Walker’s directorship at Art Gallery of WA was slow in coming, but with it are a raft of questions about his vision for engagement, business philosophy, curatorial structure and unexpected thinking for 'a standstone'.
Created with the support of the City of Melbourne’s COVID-19 Arts Grants, ‘Neon Cyborg Cat Club’ is not a game so much as it is an algorithmic music performance.
Arts and science can make strange bedfellows but they could be the perfect combination to spread the message of a carbon neutral future. A new project in New Zealand is making that connection for the future.
In a post COVID world do writers and creatives need to worry about specialising? Sometimes it’s better to diversify.
With 15 years in the job, ArtsHub spoke with Jim Cathcart on shaping an organisation’s unique character, finding financial sustainability, and knowing when to go.
For these authors, using a pseudonym was not just about slipping their work past male publishers who did not think publishing was a place for a woman. It was also about more diffuse forms of gender prejudice.
To celebrate 20 years of ArtsHub we rediscovered this article from 2017 looking at diversity in the arts. Have things improved or are the issues the same?
Making up 80% of public museums, many not-for-profit volunteer-run spaces won’t survive the pandemic, which will erode cultural life in communities unless their value is recognised and supported.
Here are some fun and silly Australian multiplayer games to tide you over until Untitled Goose Game's multiplayer update on 23 September.
The dance of new passions that emerge from short films in a festival is a promise to the future. Here are two very different women filmmakers growing through luminous short films.
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