Blue Cow Theatre to take its final bow
Lacking secure government support, the Hobart-based Blue Cow has decided to bow out on its own terms.
Experiencing Jordan Wolfson's $6.6 million robotic sculpture
ArtsHub takes a look at the new robotic sculpture by the often controversial, always thought-provoking Jordan Wolfson.
This week's arts news and trending topics
What's in the headlines and what arts news people are talking about this week.
RISING announces mass participatory project for its 2024 festival
The first event for next year’s winter festival RISING will see audiences become the artists in a major participatory experience.
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.
'Original' gig workers left behind by Labor’s IR Bill
Creative Workplaces was launched with the promise to raise workplace standards for arts workers, but is it able to deliver?
Opportunities and awards
K11 Art Foundation launches international prize for emerging Asian artists, plus UNSW Book Idea of the Year winner, National Arts…
New attraction, Bluey's World, to launch exclusively in Brisbane
The brand new purpose-built immersive attraction will open in August 2024.
Is Carriageworks cutting its visual arts programming?
After a prolonged financial struggle, Carriageworks is again looking at staff redundancies and reduced programming. But CEO Fergus Linehan assures…
Potential Griffith University Art Museum closure
The future of Griffith University Art Museum is uncertain as pressures for faculty expansion have led to a rethink of…