Opinions & Analysis
Research shows audiences value COVID-safety measures
Recent data shows that audiences are concerned about managing COVID-safety risks at cultural events.
How you feel about returning to arts events
We asked you about returning to events and what COVID-19 safety measures you value most. Here's what you told us.
How games can become our greatest artform
At his recent keynote at Melbourne International Games Week, Albert Chessa argued that there was a way for games to…
The Unusual Suspects: damaging for Filipino stories
Gloria Demillo advocates for meaningful community engagement and dignified representation.
Battling Un-Inspiration and finding motivation
Lockdown dried up your inspiration? You're not alone - Verity Johnson has found light at the end of the creative…
Publishing models for changed conditions
Which publishing models can thrive in these uneasy times? The answer might surprise.
More arts on the news? An ABC internal review once agreed.
It’s time for the ABC to adopt the findings of its own Arts Review, with the help of extra funding…
Embracing fear, channelling fury and daring to care
Circa’s Yaron Lifschitz issues a challenge to Netflix, and dares us to reimagine how and why we make art.
The value of First Nations Culture – on stage and every day
As part of Brisbane Festival, Associate Professor Sandra Phillips looks at Culture through the lens of the Closing the Gap…
On the future of touring
The show can’t always go on, but it can shift, pivot and be reimagined.