Opinions & Analysis
How art connects the two most distant but closest nations on Earth
Helen Salmon, Director of British Council Australia, reflects on the role of art in uniting our two nations.
Temporary measures, uncertain future: Budget 2022-23
How best to imagine our future after floods, pandemic, war and more? It’s the challenge confronting electoral candidates across Australia…
First Nations drama shaping us in the 1990s
The potency of drama in the development of our national story has been greatly under appreciated, argues Professor Julian Meyrick…
The many lost paths to a novel
When writing her latest novel, Jane Rawson was surprised by how mutable her story was, travelling through both time and…
From page to stage: bringing cartoons to life
Judy Horacek describes the process of working with the Flying Fruit Fly Circus on a show inspired by her cartoons.
Opinion: Why the arts are an election issue for the SA Greens
We need a public conversation about why we seem to think it’s standard practice for artists to be ‘broke and…
Acting dangerously: confessions of a transformational actor
Performing means taking risks but what about when those risks threaten your mental health?
Taking the greenwashing pulse on this festival season
When it comes to funding, the arts are showing they are less imaginative than bankers, says author Tim Winton.
Why are Brisbane's major cultural institutions on a flood-prone river?
With recent floods threatening many cultural institutions, history lecturer Margaret Cook looks at how they came to be located in…
RISE and beyond
In response to recent articles, Australia Council CEO Adrian Collette offers his opinions on RISE funding.