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A new organisation comes out of the ashes of Adelaide’s two contemporary art spaces CACSA and AEAF while a Sydney institution adds a Melbourne branch.
The Melbourne Prize has introduced a new category to honour the City of Literature.
Ambiguously located images tell a story of Indigenous dispossession, landing a velvet punch on global audiences for the Venice Biennale.
Would you change your domain to the trendier .art?
Artist Sarah Goffman reuses plastic in a clever pun that references history, while criticising contemporary society.
Dreams come true for 21 artists heading off to residencies in London, Berlin, Paris and New York.
From sleeping at the Venice Architecture Biennale to sleeping with others is a sculpture park, Matthew Bird alters our perception through artful snoozing.
A veteran cartoonist and a fierce advocate for free speech, Leak will be missed from the hallowed halls of Parliament to our nation's leading art galleries.
Would you display art prompted by an affair if you didn't want your spouse to find out? 24 Australian photographers have been tempted by the cover of anonymity.
Evidence is increasing of a salary rort at Victoria's premier gallery with security sub-contractors paying gallery guards in cash and below award rates.
Novelist Kate Grenville, audio artist Madeleine Flynn and theatre director Rosemary Myers are among the eight recipients of the prestigious Australia Council Awards.
Sydney Ball leaves a legacy that changed Australia's arts vision in the 1960s and continues to impact generations into the future.
Set against queasy green walls, be prepared for a very physical experience with this exhibition – not just a rethink – of human form across time.
Small to medium visual arts organisations do double the work for less than half the funding.
A Newcastle artist visualises Twitter abuse of Australian politicians, with a little help from a social scientist.
Many artists got their start in the world of advertising though few were as brazen as Andy Warhol in treating it equal to their fine art practice.
The City of Parramatta has released a Cultural Plan, of which the Powerhouse Museum is central, and is calling for submissions
Rohan Thomson's photographic project 'The Makers' is dedicated to recognising the labour and humanity of visual artists.
Corporate collections are traditionally the bastion of conservatism. Allens Linklaters flips the tables on the corporate brand with edgy commissions.
Is it appropriate to now own 'Aboriginalia' in a knowing, retro-trashy way – when racism is still alive and well in Australia?
Good eyesight might seem to be a prerequisite for an artists but from Impressionist Edgar Degas to cyborg Neil Harbisson, colour blind artists replace clear sight with creative insights.
The psychological benefits of art work best when audiences slow down but galleries struggle to stop the rush.
The number crunch on artists representing Australia at the Venice Biennale shows two prominent galleries greatly dominate selection.
An exhibition of digital art prompts an environmental scientist to question the changing meaning of artistic creation.
Are we past the gender pigeonhole? Women artists are divided as to whether the adjective is helping or hindering their careers.
A recent report showed that Australia was at the bottom of the list when it came to business-university collaboration. The arts is turning that around.
As a creative outlet, blogging can motivate you but probably won't make you money - though it can lead to a book deal.
Not crediting artists' images online is an ongoing problem, from the top down.
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Reflecting the progression in Australian advertising from humble newspapers to the rise of ad-assisted social activism.
A Biennale like no other.
Indigenous artist Brook Andrew says it's not political, it's historical. His solo exhibition turns understanding on its head with hi-viz attention.
Ideas of authenticity, originality and irony.
A celebration of an exciting, evolving culture.
Who’s Afraid of Colour? is a bold and striking exhibition of Aboriginal women artists.
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