First Nations artists on adapting traditions for a contemporary world
Five First Nations artists from Queensland discuss what it means to work on Country and how their practices strengthen Cultural…
How art helps us develop healthier minds
From connecting us with our emotions to museotherapy: art's positive impacts are many and varied.
Three state operas unite for feminist La Traviata
Director Sarah Giles and Opera Queensland’s Patrick Nolan discuss the themes of their new opera and explain why it is…
Why new National Cultural Policy needs input from all Australians
It’s time to raise our voices as we move closer to a new National Cultural Policy.
Gaze and gesture: the power of moving portraits
An Adelaide-exclusive exhibition of Robert Wilson’s video portraits explores the movement that lies in stillness.
Does changing the score change a film? Hear My Eyes with Haydn Green
Whether it's a cerebral thriller or a sensory drama, Hear My Eyes is determined to change the film-going experience to…
New art project celebrates Bathurst's many identities
The conflicting identities of Bathurst’s Wahluu/Mt Panorama are brought together through art, writes Suzie Gibson.
Internships: valuable work experience or glorified volunteering?
Before you go chasing an internship hoping for on-the-job training, there are many factors to consider.
The work will outlast the life: Gwen Harwood as feminist icon
Gwen Harwood may be one of Australia’s most celebrated 20th century poets but has often not been seen for the…
The case for artists in hospital settings since COVID
COVID has pushed the health and arts sectors to new extremes. Could this be the moment they work closer together…