So you want my arts job: Media and Drama Teacher
From teaching stage lighting to drama students to training other teachers to use video games in lesson plans, Brett Jenkins…
Uluṟu drones – more than ‘clip art in the sky’
ArtsHub speaks with a drone technologist on creating memories above Country, in a world-first permanent drone show to drive Australian…
Metro magazine's future under threat
Australia's oldest and most prestigious screen publication is under threat. A campaign hopes to raise funds and find a partner.
Conscious casting in the world of voiceover acting
While the stage and screen industries are shifting towards a colour-conscious casting culture, the voiceover world is only just catching…
Australian collection hits 4 million items
Hitting a significant milestone in acquisitions, the National Film and Sound Archive is a living resource for Australian culture.
The Best Video Games of 2022
From big PlayStation blockbusters to innovative indie games made by tiny teams, here are our picks for the 20 best…
Carnifex author alleges new film and game were produced without rights
Indie author Matthew J. Barbeler has alleged upcoming film and video game Carnifex infringes on his copyright.
How video games are bringing orchestral music to new ears
Wonderful orchestral and art music is being composed for video games along with greats of the classical canon repurposed into…
Global report takes pulse on Creative Industries
How does Australia’s view of Creative Industries fit with UNCTAD – the World Congress on Creative Economy’s view?
Automated plagiarism: Furore over ‘computer’ winning art prize
Turf wars between artists and AI generators - a topic that is the tip of an iceberg worthy of a…