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An exhibition includes the last paintings made by Myuran Sukumaran before his execution in a message against the death penalty and fight for global human rights.
Philanthropist and former chairman of Australia’s media dynasty, Fairfax & Sons, James Fairfax leaves a great legacy for the arts.
The Australian artist, who made the world’s largest stained glass ceiling, has died aged 88.
How important is Indigenous programming within festival culture, and has it moved beyond mere box-tick politics.
You can tell a lot about a year by the topics that garner attention. We surveyed the exhibitions scheduled for 2017 to get a heads-up on the issues that will dominate the year.
Some words just got overdone in 2016. It's time to let these overused terms lie fallow for a while, in the hope they may regain some punch.
The iconic British art critic John Berger died yesterday, leaving a legacy of quotable words and tributes from others.
With the Venice Biennale, Documenta and Skulptur Project Munster aligned and new biennales from Antarctica to Kathmandu, 2017 is the perfect year to travel.
Three new appointments announced at Bundanon Trust and the Institute of Modern Art in Brisbane.
Pop star George Michael leaves a legacy of over 500 collected arts works, including Tracey Emin, Marc Quinn, Sarah Lucas and Damien Hirst.
Get a professional leg-up in 2017 and attend a conference that connects your with artists and arts workers in your sector.
2016 was big: big politics, big protests, big blockbusters and big shifts in the visual arts ecology.
As the new year begins, there are some exciting new appointments.
Opening in November 2017, the Australian Music Vault will be a permanent showcase of contemporary Australian music at Arts Centre Melbourne.
A visionary philanthropist, a leading arts executive, and a film that began as youth theatre were honoured at this year’s Ruby Awards.
Australia is dotted with cenotaphs but the wars on our own soil have gone unrecognised, until now.
Erections, snootiness and perverts: we investigate the misconceptions about being a life drawing model.
In the run-up to Christmas, the Government released the Productivity Commission’s final report. The industry has come back from holidays fighting against a range of changes likely to go through in 2017.
Health care students are developing their empathy, moral insight and cultural awareness through a program that helps them look at art.
Engaging adolescents in the arts is quite different from - and often more difficult than - family programming. But the rewards for savvy arts organisations are considerable.
Having put the challenges of 2016 behind us, we've asked a range of industry figures to share some optimism for 2017.
The National Gallery of Victoria is asking for the public’s assistance in sourcing 14 missing artworks so it can restage a landmark 1968 exhibition.
The increasing pressure on arts organisations to make money has spawned new kinds of events - and new words to describe them.
As technology improves the quality of reproduction, the old values are being newly debated.
If planned changes go ahead it will be almost impossible to become a silver, glass or ceramic artist in NSW.
Australia's art critics are mostly obsolete old fogies, gushing insiders or fence-sitting press-release summarisers.
Closing the Gap shouldn't mean bringing Aboriginal Australians to some white standard but bringing all Australians to an understanding of Indigenous culture.
The fashion for museum 'didactics', turns off art audiences who feel its patronising and moralistic undertones.
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A refreshing exhibition full of joy, colour and life.
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