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?
Streaming in 2022: what TV shows to stream from July to December
The Lost Flowers of Alice Heart, Willow and House of the Dragon are all streaming between now and the end…
How stories shape the world (and how to get better at telling them)
Storytelling, and helping other people hone their storytelling skills, are enormously important for Joe Hepworth, NIDA’s new Head of Writing…
How portfolio careers can lead to happiness
Screenwriter, cartoonist and illustrator Megan Herbert used to be torn between artforms, but now embraces her portfolio career.
Art therapy takes centre stage on ABC's Space 22
Bringing seven strangers together in artist-led group therapy unveils encouraging results in this six-part series hosted by Natalie Bassingthwaighte.
$1 billion pledged to screen industry by the Greens
Australian stories on our screens are essential, says Greens Senator Sarah Hanson-Young.
Heartstopper is the queer TV show we need right now
As LGBTQIA+ people face renewed hostility, this sweetly affirming Netflix series celebrates young queer love with humour and warmth.
Easter school holiday film and streaming guide 2022
Sort the whole family out with our streaming and movie guide for the school holidays.
Trans stories on screen are getting better – at last
Having worked in TV for decades and transitioned in the 90s, Julie Peters is optimistic about the future.
How arts training builds confident kids
A NIDA Open short course will teach life skills that are transferable outside of the stage or studio.