Exhibition review: Rearranged: Art of the Flower, Museum of Brisbane
An exhibition that opens up a world of natural beauty in our own backyard.
Full spectrum: the broad-reaching appeal of Hiromi Tango
Japanese Australian artist Hiromi Tango brings together knowledge embedded in rituals with ancient origins and scientific innovation to create sites…
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…
Exhibition review: Design Fringe 2023, Linden New Art
Where would design take us if it no longer has the answers?
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…
Spice up your calendar with craft and design this month
ArtsHub’s pick for Sydney Craft Week, 2023 Craft Contemporary, Geelong Design Week, plus more exhibitions to inspire and workshops to…
Exhibition review: Short Shelf Life, Tactile Arts
In the beginning of the wet season, Tactile Arts is exhibiting an absorbing exhibition of tapestries by its artist-in-residence Suzanne…
Exhibition review: Holding Pattern, Haus of Vovo
An exhibition that celebrates texture and pattern while strategically navigating the cultural connotations of textile works.
Exhibition review: Botanica de Materia Medica, Royal Botanic Garden
Australia’s leading contemporary botanic art exhibition presents a diverse and interesting exploration of plants that heal.