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From Discord to the front page of twitch, Wholesome Games is changing the face of games. Wholesome Games founder Matthew Taylor tells us the full story of the grassroots organisation's strange journey to E3.
While the Australian government gets the vapours about regulating streaming companies, the EU and the UK go in boots and all – but the British position is just plain weird.
Mitch King's new work is about storytelling on Country, with and for the community, and about the Yaegl people's connection with Biirrinba, the Clarence River.
Adobe Flash Player was once installed on 99% of internet-connected desktop PCs, but as of January 2021, it's totally defunct. Here, Zowie Douglas-Kinghorn looks at the life, death and legacy of Flash.
Economic arguments about the arts' value aren't working, say Justin O'Connor, Julian Meyrick and Tully Barnett; we need to assert art and culture’s fundamental values if we're to save the sector from death by a thousand cuts.
She Speaks, a day of concerts and conversations presented by the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, celebrates the works of female composers past and present.
Wiradjuri man Daniel Riley will be the sixth Artistic Director of Australian Dance Theatre in 56 years, and the first First Nations artist in the role.
Martin Freeman and Adam Brody star in this gritty drama about money and corruption in the tech world.
On the occasion of the Archibald Prize turning 100, we look at what that history means to contemporary making, drawing on a swag of exhibitions this winter season that contest and reassert the role of portraiture.
The second season of this thoughtful dating show celebrates romance and neurodivergence, and it has completely stolen Jini Maxwell's heart.
Making timber instruments in climate crisis, Professor Chris Gibson looks at the guitar industry, and those who are trying to address its problems.
All the elves in Dota: Dragons Blood are (spoiler) all Australian and we don't know why – so we asked ABC language researcher, Tiger Webb.
ArtsHub speaks with Aboriginal curator Hetti Perkins about the 35 artists shaping the next Indigenous Triennial and how ceremony is a timeless and everyday concept connecting all Australians.
A new exhibition and suite of programs across the Edith Cowan University and the National Art School pool thinking and experiences to create a dark space for unpacking mental health in the arts.
Established in 2006, Tasmania Performs remains agile and responsive, and dedicated to developing Tasmanian artists and showcasing their stories to the world.
From international engagement strategies to showing how Australian's value culture, Wendy Were has ushered in new research for change - and share how to do it right.
'Blackwood' is the latest in a long line of content expansions for The Elder Scrolls Online, an MMORPG that's keeping a beloved world alive for millions. It's no small feat for the creative team behind it.
Professor Kathryn Williams takes a look at a recent trend in children's literature – trees.
On the eve of his survey exhibition at the MCA – opening on Mabo Day – ArtsHub speaks with agitator and activist artist Richard Bell, on facing the truth, the future, and a wave of art that defines his past.
From the hotly anticipated Loki, to local delights like Head Above Water and The Dish, there's something for everyone coming to Australian streaming services this June.
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