Opinions & Analysis
Arts funding: shining a light on certain truths
25 collectives that previously had no access to multi-year government support will share in more than $85M from the Victorian…
Are NFTs the emperor’s new clothes?
The backlash against NFTs and use of the blockchain is vocal and prolific. So why are gaming companies like Square…
Circus Oz: a crisis in a crisis
Tully Barnett, Julian Meyrick and Justin O'Connor explore the current crisis at Circus Oz in a broader context of arts…
'Why are you here?' How to make theatres more welcoming
From finding the box office to seeing other faces that look like yours, accessibility is about more than bathrooms and…
How blockbusters can usher new thinking
Blockbusters offer a voltage of ideas between past and present, so how is a pandemic model ushering a new way…
Getting noticed, a letter to an emerging creative
Decorated arts writer/critic Andrew Wood wrote a series of open letters to creatives with this one focussing on getting noticed.
Campaigning for culture this election
With a Federal Election looming in 2022, Esther Anatolitis takes a strategic look at at how the arts can push…
Centring access and inclusion at the fringes
Fringe festivals internationally and locally are showing us what an accessible future could look like.
Have Radiohead made a gallery from the PS5?
Legendary alternative band Radiohead have built a free interactive art exhibition for the PlayStation 5 and PC. It’s very cool.
‘Sculpting’ a plan, ‘igniting’ an economy
The recent Parliamentary Inquiry into the Arts has plenty to ignite passions and inspire change.