Escape winter’s chill for a cultural feast like no other
Darwin Festival’s 2022 program offers the perfect blend of artistic experiences, outdoor dining and balmy weather – perfect for those…
A reckoning with Australia’s colonial past
The latest edition of Grififth Review 76: Acts of Reckoning has been curated by the journal’s first contributing editor, Teela…
Powerful narratives showcased in First Nations exhibition
The 4th National Indigenous Art Triennial shows for another month at the NGA before touring to connect with local communities.
Faceless portraiture redefines blak/black identity
A new exhibition at Cairns Art Gallery draws international connections with Indigenous Australia when re-imagining identity and social politics.
Is it time to upskill your creative business know-how?
The Compton School, founded in 2017, delivers creative business insight for the arts industry via tailored graduate certificates.
Let those who speak your language take care of your wallet
Need accounting advice from someone who understands the creative industries? Look no further.
Tax Myth Buster: 6 quick fixes when getting it wrong
Dispelling common myths ahead of tax time, specialist arts accountant Michael Fox ensures you get the best outcome.
How entering an art prize can help break boundaries in your practice
As well as offering a $10,000 main prize, the Hornsby Art Prize ensures finalists’ works are exposed to new eyes…
Preserving the memory of Australia’s performing arts heritage
Did you know Australia’s oldest surviving printed document is a theatre playbill? These and other treasures are now showing in…
Art and science come together in a unique exhibition
The prestigious Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize puts the spotlight on the issues that matter.