Bilal Hafda is a wordsmith. Bankstown Poetry Slam regular and workshop facilitator is about to start his next chapter as Storyteller in Chief. Have a read!
Bathurst Regional Art Gallery has wowed visitors with its vibrant and oftentimes touching portrayal of gay masculinity in “The Unflinching Male Gaze”
Content warning: This article touches on medical conditions, blood and mental health. ‘Bled’ is an exhibition/installation inspired by Scott Pollock’s journey into the art world – how it happened, what […]
Bliss is a sensory artist based in Newcastle. Find out more about her thoughts on how to make the arts more inclusive of all ability levels.
Bliss Cavanagh’s immersive, tactile installations are grounded in research, bright and known for offering respite for mental wellbeing. Let’s escape!
One of the things that has emerged for me over the past 18 months, that has made it quite clear that I need to go and be elsewhere in terms of my arts practice and in terms of what I need to grow as an artist, is that I was trying to study curating in Australia and I found it really white, really male Euro-American history centric and when you are not those things it makes it really difficult to engage.