Why opera companies should explain themselves better
Peter Tregear argues more needs to be done to help opera audiences contextualise the art form beyond the vocal spectacular.
Why classic cabaret still resonates
The 1930s remains a source of fascination for contemporary artists – why does the era keep drawing us back?
First Nations arts leaders find hope in election result
The new Labor government's opening statements offer hopeful signs for two First Nations arts leaders.
Ablaze: with pioneering First Nations filmmaker, Bill Onus
Academic, advocate, performer and filmmaker Tiriki Onus discusses the film made by his grandfather William 'Bill' Onus and the documentary…
How the arts strengthen our democracy
In the countdown to election day, ArtsHub asked three independent artists how they feel their work contributes to our democracy.
Long term COVID impacts beset sector
The cumulative impact of repeated cancellations and lost work opportunities will affect the sector for years to come.
How Eurovision helps define Europe’s boundaries (and why Ukraine will likely win)
Robert Deam Tobin gives a geo-political context as to how Ukraine’s 2022 entry could be heading for Eurovision success.
Australia needs universal basic income for artists
Ireland has recently instituted a new scheme to pay artists an universal basic income, here’s what that would look like…
How to stop comparing and enjoy your own success (from the archives)
Comparing ourselves to other people is only natural, but it can get in the way of us creating our best…
How one festival guides a city through trauma
Australia’s first mental health and arts festival will soon land in Brisbane to deliver engaging practical activities for recovery plus…