The trajectory of remote First Nations fashion
First Nations fashion, from remote Australia, takes wearable art to city streets. Involvement in the sector has the potential for…
So you want my arts job: Art Teacher, Costume and Jewellery Designer
Anna Kolusniewski runs a successful business teaching art classes for children and adults, while also creating stunning wearable pieces on…
Just a buzz word? What sustainable fashion means today
Looking at sustainable fashion through transparency, innovative design and ethical practices, plus what we can all do to dress more…
World of WearableArt goes beyond imagination
2023 World of WearableArt: BEYOND was an exploration into a boundless realm where artistry, innovation and imagination intertwined.
Why I'm studying... PhD in Circular Fashion Design
Designer Wajiha Pervez is making news by using AI to reduce fashion waste. As a PhD student and lecturer at…
Fashion – the quirky and unexpected
How did Mirka Mora inspire fashion designer Lisa Gorman, and what can you expect to find in a fashion exhibition…
Regenerative design a focus of 2023 Sydney Design Week
Sydney Design Week has announced its program, with a focus on interconnected social change and environmentally sensitive design.
Complicating Vietnamese diaspora stories for the better
A look into how the ‘MÌNH’ exhibition challenges notions of a monolithic Vietnamese identity through art and writing.
So you want my arts job: Tattoo Artist
What does it take to be a tattoo artist? We speak with Ink Sphinx about how she broke into the…
A vital pathway for nurturing contemporary Indigenous art
Darwin’s biggest cultural event, the Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair, plays an important role in the livelihoods of Indigenous communities.