Black and white photos of Anna Krien and Robert Drewe.
Illustration of woman searching for content on the FLEX platform.

Publishers, share your content with our platform FLEX!

FLEX is our cloud-based library platform that enables educators and librarians to store reading materials and send them easily to students via secure digital links.

Australian flowers placed on a green watercolour background with the EPAA logo in a white circle.

Publishers celebrated at the virtual 2021 EPAAs

The prestigious annual 2021 Educational Publishing Awards Australia (EPAAS) were held last Thursday 9 September in a free virtual event via YouTube, celebrating the educational publishing industry, whose resources are used widely across the Primary, Secondary, Tertiary/VET and Scholarly sectors in Australia.

Jakayu Biljabu at work. Image courtesy of Martumili Artists.

Our Art Is Our Lifeline

The Indigenous Art Code’s campaign “Our art is our lifeline” provides information on buying Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art ethically.

View the Telstra NATSIAA exhibition online

Known as Australia’s longest running and most prestigious Indigenous art award, the 2021 Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards (NATSIAAs) were announced in an online event on 6 August.

Resale Royalty and international reciprocity

The Resale Royalty Right for Visual Artists Act 2009 (the Resale Act) allows for reciprocal resale rights to be established with countries that have an operating resale royalty scheme.

Plant Notes: A Guildhouse Collections Project

South Australian artists Louise Flaherty and Laura Wills recently launched Plant Notes, an exhibition investigating the personal and environmental effects of losing vulnerable native flora through their research as part of The Guildhouse Collections Project, at the South Australian Seed Conservation Centre and Adelaide Botanic Gardens.

Art commission brightens Townsville Hospital’s new renal unit

Townsville Hospital and Health Service have recently adorned the reception and hallways of their brand new renal unit with stunning artworks from First Nations artists Billy Missi, Gertrude Deeral and Syd Bruce Short Joe.

Bri Lee & Anwen Crawford

How two former UTS Writers in Residence released their new books within months of each other.

Authors Bri Lee (Eggshell Skull, Beauty) and Anwen Crawford (Live Through This) were both holders of the New Writer Fellowship, in 2020 and 2018 respectively.