What do screen students want? Some answers from VCA and Griffith
While students play with their new tools, teachers pick the true artists, and watch them learn the strength to compromise.
What does ‘international’ mean post pandemic for exhibition programming
As Nina Miall takes up the role of Curator of International Art at QAGOMA, we talk to her about rethinking…
Massive cross-culture ‘season’ rethinks UK/Aus connection and histories
The UK/Australia Season is the largest cultural exchange between our two nations, one aimed to shake up how we think…
Documenting the pandemic, season by season
Fox Galleries launches 'Modern Seasons: the Great Curve', a publication and exhibition series exploring the four seasons lived under COVID.
Book Review: Everything Harder than Everyone Else by Jenny Valentish
Pushing oneself to the edge of extremity.
Why we need a fresh approach to arts advocacy
In a call to arms for reinvigorated arts advocacy, John Daley looks at how politicians are out of step with…
Keeping safe while working with sensitive subjects
Mental health should come first in planning and creating a production, according to Indigo Paul, who gives us a perspective…
So you want my arts job: Circus acrobat
If you enjoy flying through the air and have a well-developed sense of trust, working in a circus company might…
Digital is here to stay: how funders can support artists in the post-COVID landscape
With snap lockdowns and hybrid events part of the new normal Dr Jackie Bailey sees an opportunity for the creative…
Know my name – and don’t forget it
Australian organisations join global campaign to recognise women artists, starting with an all-day intervention by the National Gallery of Australia.