How to start and maintain an inspiration board
Starting with what inspires you might be the best way to get your ideas moving from fantasy to reality.
Tips from authors on running school workshops
Here are some recommendations to consider if you've ever wanted to know how to wrangle kids in the classroom as…
Ever Present: a lesson on comparative histories
What can be learnt when First Peoples' art from Australia and Southeast Asia are placed in conjunction?
Dancing on Glass: ballet is more than ‘dying swans and madmen’
We love the genre but are ballet dancer’s voices and bodies being authentically represented on our screens?
Q&A: Waanyi artist Gordon Hookey on protest art
ArtsHub speaks with First Nations artist Gordon Hookey about his first survey exhibition, and the legacy of protest art.
Why sensitivity readers matter
Sensitivity readers can not only identify misrepresentations of marginalised communities but also make books more authentic, Helen Young writes.
Curator, gallerist and educator: a platform for decentralised art
The Web3.0 art space is far from being a decentralised utopia. ArtsHub examines the role that Culture Vault plays in…
Writing your National Cultural Policy submission
Esther Anatolitis reframes the five pillars of Australia’s next cultural policy, offering new questions to help identify the key policy…
Landmark exhibition honours LGBTIQA+ veterans
For former servicepeople who did not see a place for themselves in the armed forces, this celebration of their stories…
8 Australian graphic novels everyone should read
Whether you're new to comic books or looking to expand your reading list beyond the Big Two (Marvel and DC),…