Six books Prime Minister Albanese should read this summer
The Grattan Institute's recommended summer reads are aimed at inspiring better decision-making at a governmental level.
Equipping Asia Pacific arts leaders with critical skills
What can Asia Pacific arts leaders learn from each other regarding some of the most critical skills needed in the…
Book review: So Close to Home, Mick Cummins
A powerful and authentic tale of drug addiction.
Book review: Beatrix & Fred, Emily Spurr
Two loners and their odd, off-kilter relationship.
All I want for Christmas is a beautiful new art book!
Wondering what literature to buy for the art lover in your life this festive season? ArtsHub has you covered...
Opportunities and awards
K11 Art Foundation launches international prize for emerging Asian artists, plus UNSW Book Idea of the Year winner, National Arts…
Book Review: Ordinary Gods and Monsters, by Chris Womersley
A suburban crime thriller with darkly humorous undertones.
Ted Hopkins: a personal reflection on his life
Many remember this remarkable man for his four-goal haul in Carlton's 1970 VFL Grand Final. But there was so much…
Book review: How To Order Eggs Sunny Side Up, Lisa Collyer
A debut collection of poetry that breaks down taboos about the state of women’s bodies and the state of the…
Lecture review: An Evening with A C Grayling, QPAC
What is the meaning of life? Professor A C Grayling has the answer.