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.
Does changing the score change a film? Hear My Eyes with Haydn Green
Whether it's a cerebral thriller or a sensory drama, Hear My Eyes is determined to change the film-going experience to…
Q&A: Jaq Gantford on winning a $75K portrait prize
Why portrait prizes are important and how to win one.
Want to be an actor? Jerome Velinsky says ‘don’t wait for the call’
Jerome Velinsky has acted in live-action series, voice video game characters, and written and directed his own series. So what's…
Natasha Wanganeen: ‘Sci-fi films saved my life’
Actor-writer-producer Natasha Wanganeen takes us behind the scenes on Bunker: The Last Fleet, a dystopian, intergalactic reimagining of first contact…
Painters John Olsen & Ben Quilty in conversation
Painters Ben Quilty and John Olsen chat on what it is to place their careers regionally, to face depression (or…
Damon Gameau’s Regenerating Australia eyes up climate solutions
The actor and director discusses his new film and how Australia's climate future could, and should, look.
Q&A: American artist Doug Aitken
Multimedia artist Doug Aitken on embracing fear, immersive art in COVID times, and pushing beyond the white cube … and…
He's created culinary-based puppetry and taken shows internationally, yet Hamish Fletcher is in denial that he works in the arts.
Creating an on-stage world totally unlike the one we live in is the best thing about this theatre director's job.