Wurundjeri works to return to Country
Last-minute government aid and a thousand-person crowdfunding campaign has brought two works by respected Wurundjeri artist back across the ocean.
First Nations arts leaders find hope in election result
The new Labor government's opening statements offer hopeful signs for two First Nations arts leaders.
Island tourism backed by First Nations narratives
Here is how you do arts and cultural tourism the right way, complete with Minjerribah’s awe-inspiring scenery and creation stories…
A light shone on First Nations writers
A new anthology features stories wholly by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander creatives from Western Sydney and beyond.
So you want my arts job: Aboriginal Art Centre Manager
Working remotely on Country has its challenges, but also its rewards. Bryce Hartnett of Keringke Arts spoke with ArtsHub about…
Putting people at the centre of desert festival
Parrtjima – A Festival in Light continues to evolve while enthralling visitors with holistic cultural experiences on Country.
Triennial: a case for less is better in a complex world
Curator Hetti Perkins renews and extends our perceptions of Ceremony in her fourth Indigenous Triennial.
Theatre review: City of Gold
A semi-autobiographical play about family, grief and systemic racism.
First Nations drama shaping us in the 1990s
The potency of drama in the development of our national story has been greatly under appreciated, argues Professor Julian Meyrick…
Desert Mob to move to Desart management
With a view for greater independence and flexibility, Araluen Art Centre’s signature exhibition will be handed over to the First…