AI is now accessible to everyone: three things parents should teach their kids – and themselves
We're all learning how to use AI on the fly, but kids especially must learn the risks as well as…
Theatrical ceramic-based installation shakes up tradition at Tramway, Scotland
Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran has changed the face of ceramics in Australia; now he is bringing his vision to Scotland.
Shane MacGowan: a timeless voice for Ireland’s UK diaspora
MacGowan gave visibility to the second-generation Irish in England, says Dr Sean Campbell.
So you want my arts job: physical comedy and clown teacher
Drawing from over 20 years' experience, Clare Bartholomew divulges what it means to be a physical comedy and clown teacher.
Has Aardman, the studio behind Wallace and Gromit, run out of clay for future animations?
The specific clay used in Aardman's 'Chicken Run' and 'Wallace and Gromit' may not exist in a few years' time.
How to find your sweet spot with social media
Balancing the needs for inner peace with audience development is an ongoing struggle for artists and creatives. Here are some…
Affordable Art Fairs – bridging the gap between desire and affordability
A global phenomenon, the Affordable Art Fair seeks to democratise collecting art and has announced Brisbane as its next destination.
Take us as we are – empowering neurodivergent and disabled experiences in the arts
The arts industry has a long way to go in accommodating creatives and audiences who do not conform to dominant,…
Publishing trends from US perspective
Topical literary trends from a US perspective.
10 recently published arts books, worthy of a read
Arts publications worthy of your time. ArtsHub shares what's top of reading lists for November.