The Amplify Collective
A burgeoning career path that links arts and law
Why important career prospects are quickly emerging at the nexus between art and law.
Sculpture on the Edge promises an immersive experience to suit all abilities
Embark on a sensory journey through an eclectic mix of original sculptures in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland.
Towards continuum: behind the hardware of digital art
Understanding the self and the future in digital art through artists from the Asian Australian diaspora in collaboration with Sugar…
Melbourne gallery has artists seeing red
Artists speak up after frustrating dealings with long-standing RED Gallery.
Dark side of the arts: where fear and transparency collide
What are arts journalists to do when those we are trying to empower to speak up fear the repercussions?
Exit interview: Sue Roff, Art Projects Australia
Sue Roff shares with ArtsHub her learnings after 14 years on the job and her insights into the broader arts…
Theatre review: Dead Man's Cell Phone, Slingsby's Hall of Possibility
Wickedly Good Productions presents an intriguing, comedic and moving production on one phone’s ability to connect people.
Under a wet blanket: navigating the Australian arts ecosystem as First Nations artists
It's time that First Nations artists were allowed to be in the driver's seat and not confined to the passenger's.
Film review: Napoleon
Ridley Scott’s interest in ‘great men’ and strong female characters is once again on display, but even at 158 minutes,…
Performance review: Son and Wolfgang’s Magical Musical Circus, Playhouse Theatre, QPAC
A Circa double bill featuring new work from First Nations-led ensemble Circa Cairns, and a family-friendly reimagining of Mozart and…