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Architects, artists and cultural planners at SAMAG mooted ways to better integrate art into urban planning.
A jingle can underwrite music-making for years, a poster deal can do the same for a visual artist. Here's how to expand your commercial potential by working across creative industries.
Sydney’s Powerhouse Museum is set to loose a fifth of its staff in a restructure that looks forward with 2020 Vision.
Can Comic Neue save the most hated font out there?
With so many different types of type to choose from, we've picked out ten of the best for your professional needs.
Even those who take an anti fashion stance will find something interesting under the skirts of VAMFF.
Should financially strapped arts organisations be spending money on developing brand identity? ArtsHub reports on SAMAG's latest conversation with industry professionals.
After a slow start, fashion and science are finally coming together and wearable technologies are no longer a thing of the future.
A New Zealand city has made an architectural virtue from a planning necessity turning Napier into an international Art Deco mecca.
Change is in the air, and some of the world’s leading designers and thinkers are converging to make it happen.
In the competitive world of hotels, art is jostling with day spas and fusion cuisine in what gives classy accommodation an edge. It is part of a new appreciation that every experience can have a cultural dimension.
Design and media exhibitions get fewer advertising dollars than the big names but they are well represented in 2014.
If it's good enough for Manet and Dali, maybe artists who look down their noses at advertising designers should think again.
21st century design is more about the life story of an object than just creating eye candy.
Thinking of renting an office and wondering whether the financial risk pays off? ArtsHub presents the pros and cons.
Has museum display become subservient to the sculptural branding of architects or should the architecture be a neutral backdrop?
A US education site has analysed the growth areas for art and design graduates, finding graduates choosing the old career of interior design will probably have more job opportunities than multimedia artists.
MIDSUMMA: Eleven years after its world premiere, Dean Bryant and Mathew Frank’s award winning musical PRODIGAL returns for a new season.
VICTORIAN ELECTION: The Greens Arts and Culture spokesperson Sue Pennicuik spoke to Artshub about some of the key arts issues affecting Victorians at this election.
OXFAM EXCHANGE FOR CHANGE: From July 29 – 31, Oxfam Australia and CarriageWorks are working together to present 'Exchange for Change', a free three-day festival that will give people the chance to exchange clothes and ideas about how to make fashion more ethically.
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