Indigenous-led digital platform changing in-class learning ahead of national curriculum
How a small Indigenous community in the Pilbara is changing the way our kids learn, and is set to shape…
Sector speaks out over Barking Gecko concerns
Questions are being asked about the abrupt departure of respected arts administrator Helen Hristofski from Barking Gecko Theatre.
Australian undercurrents: Why curators are (still) fixated on water
In case you haven’t noticed, Australia’s visual art scene is experiencing waves. ArtsHub dives into these watery synergies.
MSO’s new Chief Conductor wants to make music for all
Having been exposed to the power of music as a child, Jaime Martín is determined to share that gift with…
The exhibition no one saw – artists speak on coping with closures
With so many exhibitions cancelled, ArtsHub spoke to artists about the knock-on effects of gallery closures, and the toll it's…
Energy and synergy across borders
A panel of leading arts and disability advocates at the recent Arts Activated 2021 Conference, Going the Distance, explored how…
Young people give most to arts sector – but is it giving back?
The most active contributors to the arts are sometimes the most unseen when it comes to funding and support, but…
Noni Hazlehurst on what Australia really thinks about old people
The much-loved Australian actor talks about her new SBS project tackling stigma around ageing.
Indigenous Art Research: Navigating best practices
Respect, sensitivity, and self humility are part of the long, but essential, process to secure a safe space for Indigenous…
Exit interview: Robert Love, Riverside Theatres
After 20 years at Riverside Theatres Parramatta, Love reflects on his career and considers his future.