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As videogame technology becomes even more relevant to a wider range of industries, how do we ensure rural communities aren't being left behind?
With International Day of People with Disability this week, we take a look back through our archive at how well the arts have managed this conversation, and what still needs to change.
‘I’ve learned so much from my mistakes, I’m thinking of making a few more!’
Publishers, booksellers, libraries, and authors worked collegiately when closures and cancellations hit earlier this year, said panellists in a State of the Industry discussion at the recent SPN Conference.
In the latest episode of our podcast, author and editor Sophie Cunningham reflects on the challenges of 2020 and the lessons the year has taught us.
Former Head of Literary at Hachette Australia, Robert Watkins brings 20 years of experience to his role as publishing director for new independent publisher Ultimo Press.
Five objects, some displayed in WA Museum's Boola Bardip’s Treasures Gallery that opened this week, reveal how they can provide us with insights into history, values, emotions and power.
We all know we need new business models and other forms of funding to survive in the arts. But what does this actually mean?
Futurologist and author Rocky Scopelliti explores the rapid changes occurring in the modern workplace, for the next in our 20x20 series, which delves into the ArtsHub archive to check the pulse of sector change.
Violence in Central Africa is so bound up with the minerals used in consumer tech, some call it the PlayStation War. Here are Sony, Nintendo, and Microsoft's annual reports on their conflict minerals supply chains.
Our online conference will make sense of 2020 and think through the arts as an essential part of the ‘new normal’. With guests from across Australia we look at funding, culturally safe spaces, and digital as a way to expand access.
Is the writing and publication of books about climate change a waste of precious time?
To celebrate 20 years of ArtsHub, we revisit this panel discussion by Australia's top female philanthropists, who ask whether gender and generation make a difference in the sector of giving.
Artists are hosting incredible digital events through Animal Crossing: New Horizons, in a time when COVID-19 made meeting in person impossible.
From Fargo to The Crown, The Queen's Gambit, an accessible Irish Film Festival and the puzzling new game Baba is You, here are our recommendations this month.
Videogames from developers big and small are beginning to explore the encroaching influence of neo-fascism.
Rams tipped off the top of the list! Tenet back and snarling! What gives?
A recently unveiled memorial in north London to the feminist writer Mary Wollstonecraft has been met with much criticism.
Brian Ritchie and Louise Bezzina join the Visions 2020 conference to reflect on the hyperlocal experience of two inimitable Australian arts festivals.
Sending a strong signal, the National Gallery of Australia turned over its annual lecture to a panel of First Nations Women to debunk white structures of feminism. This is what they had to say.
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