Giselle Bueti

Giselle Bueti is ArtsHub's Content Growth Editor. She has written for publications such as The Advertiser, The Adelaide Review, RIP IT UP, BMA magazine and Yewth Mag. Previously, Giselle worked as Arts Editor for The AU Review and has a background in higher education, creating digital content for top-tier Universities across Australia. She is based in Melbourne, Victoria.

Giselle's Latest Articles

maintain the social distance during the Covid-19 outbreak at an outdoor event on the turf of a stadium.
Opinions & Analysis

Research shows audiences value COVID-safety measures

Recent data shows that audiences are concerned about managing COVID-safety risks at cultural events.

Adelaide, Australia- 2020: Lion Arts Centre in Adelaide

Live music venue fights back

A petition demanding the Marshall Government intervene to save Lion Arts Centre has been launched in Adelaide.

Italy has eased the lockdown measures for the Covid-19 pandemic and many museums are reopening. Visitors look at the artworks of the exhibition "Defying the Baroque". Turin, Italy - May 2020
Opinions & Analysis

How you feel about returning to arts events

We asked you about returning to events and what COVID-19 safety measures you value most. Here's what you told us.

Young woman using smart phone,Social media concept.

Are the arts too reliant on socials?

As platforms like Facebook and Instagram hit a global 6 hour outage, users were left wondering if they're too reliant…

L'Arc de Triomphe, Wrapped. Image Shutterstock.

How social media is changing the way we experience art

From watching the Arc de Triomphe get wrapped up on Snapchat, to learning art history on TikTok - social media…

A Hakea tree stands alone in the Australian outback during sunset. Pilbara region, Western Australia, Australia.

Breaking barriers with art in regional Australia

A recent panel at Meeting Place 2021 discussed the arts' significant role in strengthening community in regional Australia.


Book Review: Sugar Town Queens, Malla Nunn

A heartfelt coming-of-age story for young readers that can be enjoyed by all ages.

Indigenous person standing in front of a colourful mural

Australia’s first and only Deaf Arts festival returns

Celebrating the language, culture and heritage of Australia's Deaf community, FLOW festival kicks off this weekend.

Dennis Golding, Kamilaroi/Gamilaraay, New South Wales, born 1989, Sydney, Untitled Botany Bay, 2018, photograph, 155 x 87 cm; Courtesy the artist, Photo: Jack Cook.

2022 Adelaide Biennial Artists Announced

With the theme Free/State, curator Sebastian Goldspink has announced the line up for the 2022 Adelaide Biennial.

Visual artist, and writer Dr Fiona Foley. Image: UQP.

Winners announced for 2021 Queensland Literary Awards

With a book that puts the spotlight on a terrible part of Queensland’s history, Badtjala writer Fiona Foley wins the…

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