A scriptwriter from the outskirts of Darwin becomes the only Australian accepted into an exclusive screenwriting bootcamp run by A Beautiful Mind and Apollo 13 director Ron Howard.
A clothing store selling T-shirts with an image of AFLW player Tayla Harris, for charity, has been told to stop. But the AFL says it is so Harris can create her own merchandise for another good cause.
From fibres discovered on a prehistoric cave floor to Egypt's mummies, the Silk Road and high-tech space suits — fabric is woven throughout human history.
The ancient Japanese artform of kintsugi, translated as "golden joinery", is helping people come to terms with everything from divorce to cancer and the challenges of being a single parent.
Reg Mombassa, Leslie Rice, Juz Kitson, Luke Sciberras and Justine Varga share their secrets for how to succeed in the art world without losing your integrity.
Why is jewellery so important to the story of human evolution? Because it provides a public message — even to people we don't know, writes Michelle Langley.
Graphic design app Canva says it is now worth over US$1 billion, making it part of the "unicorn" club — which research shows is, generally, overvalued.
Right from the beginning, Holden and its cars inspired Australian artists, writers, filmmakers and poets. But the company also played a major role patronising the arts.
The belief of many teachers that they lack artistic talent is denying children the opportunity to speak the "language" of creative expression and improve their quality of life, says one early learning expert.