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Following a destructive ‘Selfie Domino’, artist Simon Birch responds to his damaged LA installation, testament to the power of social media as a marketing tool.
From Darwin to Footscray, change is afoot in numerous organisations, including the craft, screen and festival sectors.
RMIT Gallery joins with Goethe Institut to look at a global problem: the darker side of glamour, and the habits fuelling the fashion industry’s excess.
New Chair for ICE, new CEO for National Trust, and new Patron in Chief for Opera Australia.
Greater Sydney will contend alongside Lille in France for the title of the World Design Capital for 2020.
This week sees NT songwriters shine, South Australian artists awarded at a gala celebration, and Waverley art winners showcased at Woollahra Art School.
MONA's founder has announced his intentions to move his summer festival to Launceston and plans for a new hotel.
A new report has found that private support for the arts has grown in Australia over the past six years, a trend that is escalating.
Citing a lack of Board transparency and fraught relations within Arts NT that have rendered NCCA as financially stretched, O’Riordan pulls the plug.
Commonwealth Games Commission, BalletLab Award for contemporary art and Creative Partnerships winners.
Ballarat Gallery Director retires, NCCA Director resigns, and two Festival directors announced.
Facing a 50% cut in its budget, and its operations in jeopardy, a regional community has fought against big government to hold its place.
Copyright merger, new Bonhams director and Australia Museum gets a change at the top.
We salute Melbourne artist and filmmaker Tony Woods, who died unexpectedly last week.
The risk of death is outweighed by the joy brought to kids for stencil artist Luke Cornish, who is preparing for his third trip to Syria.
Always at the fore of cultural change, Gene Sherman reinvents her arts foundation, this time with a focus on nurturing creative thinking and ideas.
What was once seen by the curators as the worst exhibition of the year has become a serious fundraiser and marketing exercise.
A pervasive ideology has encouraged us to see individuals, not a society; to think of competition as natural and emphasise growth at all costs. What damage has this done to creativity?
Award winning architect William Smart speaks with ArtsHub about what fuels good design, creative cities and Starchitect museums.
When examined as a group, a collection of paintings at the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory provide new insight into Australia’s most important atelier.
The isolation of working in remote Australia is no drawback for a network of Indigenous art centres, which act as feeders to our top galleries and festivals.
Whatever box we put them in, and none is entirely satisfactory, the artists whose works currently adorn the walls of MONA are clearly extraordinary.
Street art in Sydney is now very much in demand – but it hasn't always been this way.
Kirsten Paisley, Deputy Director, National Gallery of Australia responds to a recent opinion piece by ArtsHub's Gina Fairley.
In response to Sydney University’s Final Change Plan for SCA, sector leaders have met to identify pressure points in what that vision might look like.
A new wave of survey exhibitions indicates renewed interest in looking back over artists' careers. Australian curators discuss this trend.
ArtsHub posted an image last week of a scheduled performance by Cigdem Aydemir at the MCA, causing comment over lack of context.
Battle of the Blockbusters: We take a look at how our blockbuster diet has changed as two diametrically opposed exhibitions both promise big numbers.
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Like Aldous Huxley’s classic 1932 novel of the same name the Brave New World exhibition explores the powerful impact these utopian ideals and dystopian realities had on the arts of 1930s Australia.
A survey of the preeminent Vietnamese-Australian artist that looks to the edges of practice and memory rather than hero works.
The artists in this exhibition challenge the infrastructure of art by engaging with it in a process of decolonisation and decommodification.
ArtsHub takes a look at a new book by Judith White, a whistle-blower insider account of the troubled Art Gallery of NSW, starting with its Director.
An exemplary exhibition, a distinctive local story in a dramatic local heritage site with outstanding collaborative artworks on themes of national and international significance.
What do we really know of the work and life of Vincent van Gogh?
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