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First Nations Languages onstage: a new era

As part of NAIDOC week 2021, ArtsHub spoke with three prominent First Nations performing arts leaders who discussed the surging…

drag divas at the Darwin Festival

Darwin Festival turns up the heat in 2021

Darwin Festival celebrates First Nations voices, gives young people the microphone, showcases cross-cultural collaboration, and puts on a Top End…


Haunting history play to premiere at new First Nations festival

There’s a special feeling on Boorloo boodja (Perth country) in the lead up to Black Swan State Theatre Company’s inaugural…


Connecting with Country through theatre

Mitch King's new work is about storytelling on Country, with and for the community, and about the Yaegl people's connection…


'I really want to ground ADT on Kaurna Country.' Daniel Riley on taking the reins

Wiradjuri man Daniel Riley will be the sixth Artistic Director of Australian Dance Theatre in 56 years, and the first…

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Hetti Perkin's 4th Indigenous Triennial encourages everyday ceremony

ArtsHub speaks with Aboriginal curator Hetti Perkins about the 35 artists shaping the next Indigenous Triennial and how ceremony is…


Leading from the front: how an MFA helps realise your vision

Ali Murphy-Oates, the Managing Director of Sydney-based company Moogahlin Performing Arts and a proud Wailwan woman, has her eyes firmly…


Book Review: Born into this by Adam Thompson

Born into this by Adam Thompson is a collection of short stories about Aboriginal identity in Tasmania, and contains thoughtful…


First opera sung entirely in Noongar language commissioned in WA

A new commission will retell a story of sibling rivalry that’s been shared for generations on Noongar boodja in south-west…


Review: 2020 Biennale of Sydney (NSW)

Was it the First Nations biennale we needed? We take a look at how this exhibition forces viewers to navigate…

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