Children's book illustrator and artist Bronwyn Bancroft speaks to Leesa Lambert about the stories and ideas behind he...
In this web-only special, award-winning Indian-born writer Abha Dawesar drops by to discuss art, her homeland, and of...
Contributors to Griffith Review's Tasmania edition speak with its editor about the privileges and pitfalls of the isl...
Abigail Moncrieff, Max Barry, Charlie Sofo and chair Phip Murray explore technology, creativity and human connection.
Hiroshi Ishiguro introduces his shockingly human androids - and talks about the role he envisions for them in our fut...
Art historian and writer Janine Burke speaks passionately about the art and mystery of the animal world.
Tamsin Roberts considers the different ways in which art is understood, valued and consumed.
Publisher and master researcher Hilary McPhee discusses film-maker Tim Burstall's diaries with Wendy Tuohy.
Alain de Botton brings his light touch and intellectual pirouettes to the topic of religion and its atheistic utility.
Roland Harvey and Alison Lester discuss collaboration, research, style and subversion in the world of picture books.
In this State of Design '9 to 5' talk, our panel speaks to exciting, innovative British fashion wunderkind Gareth Pugh.
For State of Design 2011, Troika discuss their playful, intelligent work at the nexus of art, architecture and design.
Design legend Milton Glaser reveals his ideas on collaboration, professional morality and crumpled paper.
Professor Timothy - aka TJ - Clark speaks to Antoni Jach about the mute image and why art is the "enemy of truth".
John Armstrong, lead essayist of 2011's first Griffith Review, impels universities to reform their humanities program...
Angus Trumble discusses his art career and his book, The Finger: A Handbook, with fellow curator David Hansen.
In this Lunchbox/Soapbox appearance, broadcaster Helen Razer expands on her controversial critique of gay arts culture.
Nicki Greenberg and Shaun Tan discuss Greenberg's graphic adaptation of Hamlet.
Critical Failure's visual arts session looks at the state of visual art from the decline of newspapers, the rise of o...
Jonathan Mills delivers his impassioned argument for the arts in our daily lives.
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