Phoenix festival rises from the Fringe
Melbourne Fringe’s program has been reinvented, with 55 in-person shows swiftly adapted for digital performance.
ICYMI: the week's arts news
Opera comes to Cockatoo Island, mental health day streaming, phone art, jazz in WA, plus more arts news.
#SitForAnArtist champions sector recovery
Without a COVID-safe environment, our entire generation of visual artists could be in peril.
A COVID impact report that isn’t ‘all bad’
New data shows 15% of NSW cultural venues are mildly impacted, while 70% show loss of income from closures.
Free jab bundle with music fest
With big crowds in close proximity, festival organisers are finding ways to ensure a COVID-safe environment.
Australia down the digital gurgler?
New global rankings of digital competency put Australia into the swamp of economic failure.
Introducing GamesHub: a new Australian voice in video games
GamesHub is a new Australian video game publication, with approachable coverage from experts, and new fresh perspectives.
MEAA accuses government of misrepresenting funding
The Federal Arts Minister says government has provided more than $10 billion in COVID relief to the creative and cultural…
Mining sector’s complicity called out in artwashing award
11 companies that hide their dirty business behind a façade of supporting the arts are the nominees for this year’s…
Opportunities and Awards Wrap
Applications open for Art on Bundjalung Market, Createability Internship, St Kilda Film Fest plus Collingwood Yards First Nations resident announced…