A new book by Wide Bay author Tony Matthews reveals what it was like for the survivors of the Australian hospital ship Centaur after it had been torpedoed by a
“I Weave What I Have Seen: The War Rugs of Afghanistan” is “a testimony to the creativity and resilience of Afghan weavers who have faced the devastating
Museums are caught in the crossfire of our increasingly toxic political debates around Empire, race and the past.
WWI nurse Annie Egan will be honoured in Gunnedah more than a century after she contracted the Spanish flu and died while caring for returning Australian
The Science Museum Group and Imperial War Museums have teamed up with a deep tech AR company to create holographic exhibitions.
The Sydney Jewish Museum's free app, SJM Voices, offers the opportunity to listen to the testimonies of Holocaust survivors, perpetrators, witnesses and experts
I weave what I have seen: The War Rugs of Afghanistan is a testimony to the creativity and resilience of Afghan weavers who have faced the devastating effects
Vietnamese-American photographer, An-My Lê's work "On Contested Terrain" is on view at the Fort Worth Museum in the US through Aug 8
An exhibition has opened in Berlin dedicated to the 14 million refugees who fled from Eastern Europe at the end of World War II.
MidCoast Council is seeking community assistance to find the missing words on a plaque on Coopernook's War Memorial, as it begins restoration work.
Warsaw’s Jewish history museum has opened an exhibition featuring the works of a renowned contemporary Polish artist that confront the pervasive presence of the