Innovation and the art of collaboration
The digital space needs generalists and collaborators for innovative projects to succeed.
How virtual events and museums can be better
In the lockdown era, virtual galleries and exhibitions strive for true-to-life immersion, but they're missing one key element. The video…
The Joy Of Creating A Pandemic Art Island in Minecraft
People play Minecraft for all sorts of reasons. Hannah Jenkins uses it to recreate large scale, real-world artworks.
Robot art moves from cult to collections
While Squid Game and Ai-Da are trending, what's the state of robots in art? How is it impacting Australian galleries…
NFT rights for artists and buyers
Intrigued by NFTs? A legal expert unveils complexities surrounding ownership, copyright and NFT royalties.
How social media is changing the way we experience art
From watching the Arc de Triomphe get wrapped up on Snapchat, to learning art history on TikTok - social media…
Indigenous-led digital platform changing in-class learning ahead of national curriculum
How a small Indigenous community in the Pilbara is changing the way our kids learn, and is set to shape…
Building back better: Disability arts one year on from COVID
A panel of leading arts and disability advocates at this year’s Arts Activated Conference unpacked what we’ve learnt from COVID…
Celebrating creativity on social media during a pandemic
Amidst ongoing closure announcements, the Art Gallery of NSW used social media to help a community connect through a shared…
Palestine and guerrilla memorials in the digital age
Lujayn Hourani considers the effectiveness of the game-like temporal memorial, Re: Visit Palestine, in tandem with their own personal memories.