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For well over a century, feminists have been angered by women’s lack of equal rights, their treatment by governments and issues surrounding sex.
Spanning Sydney's galleries, The National engages with the conversations we should be having from First Nations narratives to the centring of women artists.
The proposed travel bubble between Australia and Aotearoa/New Zealand offers plenty of reasons to get excited. But will there be a downside for NZ artists? The editor of The Big Idea considers the consequences.
Dark Mofo doesn't deserve our blood, says Wemba-Wemba & Gunditjmara woman Paola Balla, a visual artist, curator, writer and lecturer. She notes that the need for Black curators who work from community standpoints is now urgent.
For Malthouse Theatre’s immersive new production Because The Night, its designers have transformed the venue – even incorporating some of the outdoor spaces – to create a haunted new world.
When shows get their research right, writes Michaela Pascoe, they can be powerful tools for public health messaging. And when they get them wrong...
The outgoing Director of Melbourne's newest arts precinct reflects on his time at the organisation, finds himself 'very, very happy' and details the challenges of shaping a new cultural community.
Emma Coulter and Hannah Quinlivan have recently completed major metro art projects. We caught up with them on the realities of red tape, vandalism, compromise, gender and fair pair when it comes to public artworks.
Varuna alumni Dr Jackie Bailey writes about the many ways she loves the Australia's much-loved writers retreat, which turns 30 this year.
Short-form content: a symptom of the social media plague, or an exciting emerging artform? Screenhub talks to two TikTok producers and a Very Short Film Festival director to find out.
Unsure how burning a Banksy original could make it more valuable? Welcome to the world of non-fungible token art.
It’s a brave new business world, but turning to novelists can help managers explore possible future scenarios.
Is the emerging artist label only useful for finding grants and opportunities, or can creative practitioners benefit from thinking about different phases of their practice?
Can we ever call a work finished? Leonardo Da Vinci said no; rather, we just abandon. We speak with artists who decide when an artwork is complete.
Representation in gaming is getting better, games are no longer relying on stereotypical representations and LGBTQ+ characters are gaining a greater presence. However, there is still a long way to go.
Arts leaders from a range of companies offer their arts policy suggestions and ideas for whichever party next forms government in Western Australia.
This week we get into Australian content, from body positive documentary Embrace, to games, TikTok, podcasts, and a guest appearance from Minari.
Annabel Brady Brown talks about the birth of a new venture that brings together a global community of film lovers and writers.
The games studio founder shares a decade of insight into scaling up, staying sustainable, and why you should ask if your game would make a good rollercoaster.
Christopher Hodges was one of the first Australian art dealers to represent and champion contemporary Aboriginal artists. Here, he reflects on a seminal moment in First Nations art history and a new exhibition he has curated to celebrate the landmark event.
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