A quilted legacy of making do
The National Wool Museum invites everyone to share a unique heritage of storytelling through quilts and waggas.
Rebooted festival nurtures wellbeing
Turning from the standard digital pivot, Design Canberra has rebooted to place wellness and professional development at its heart throughout…
How performance skills can aid in the workplace
Presenting online is harder than it looks, especially if public speaking already makes you nervous. A NIDA Corporate course could…
How studying Honours creates entrepreneurial artists
Applications are now open for WAAPA’s new Bachelor of Performing Arts (Honours), offered in 2022 for the first time.
A Northern Queensland story to balance the scales
The National Museum of Australia purchased over 400 artworks by Far North Queensland artists, for a major exhibition with Indigenous…
Nominate a First Nations arts champion
Nominations are now open for the Australia Council’s 2022 First Nations Arts Awards.
Festival empowers youths through culture
The Numburindi Festival returned this year to host three nights of song and dance for a diverse Northern Territory community.
Diplomacy meets alt-pop and dances the night away
Fusing traditional tonalities with a contemporary sentiment, alt-pop band LEENALCHI are celebrating 60 years of diplomatic relations between Australia and…
Unfiltered Voices: VCA graduation films go online with MIFFplay
Resilience and resourcefulness epitomise the class of 2020 and now all of Australia can freely enjoy their films.
Residency that places your practice in an observatory
Applications are open for a unique cross-disciplinary residency at Sydney Observatory, which puts a contemporary take on, and provides new…