Dance review: Terrain
This award-winning show about the convergence of body, land and spirit returns for its tenth year anniversary.
It’s agreed by government: Fake Art Harms First Nations Culture
Productivity Commission report confirms that Fake Art Harms First Nations Culture, and invites sector feedback on recommendations.
Who won this year's iconic Telstra NATSIAA?
Yolŋu artists continue to dominate NATSIAA, but weaver Margaret Rarru Garrawurra surprises with a powerful work for the top win
Ever Present: a lesson on comparative histories
What can be learnt when First Peoples' art from Australia and Southeast Asia are placed in conjunction?
First Nations legend who ‘bridged two worlds’ joins Hall of Fame
A proud Yolngu artist with international acclaim, Gurrumul’s songs took Country and Culture far and wide.
Exhibition review: Tyama
An immersive, multi-sensory experience that's grounded in First Peoples' knowledge of the natural world.
Purrumpa: an empowering forum for First Nations Culture
The largest national gathering of First Nations arts and culture in 50 years will held on Country in October.
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.
Vale the great songman Archie Roach
Archie Roach gave voice, a story, to the experiences of so many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, writes Bhiamie…
Four First Nations artists you need to know
These First Nations artists are leading new conversations for the next generation of storytelling.