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In a timely re-addressing of history, an Aboriginal artist has won the 2020 Archibald prize, with Filipino-Australian Marikit Santiago taking out the Sulman, and Aboriginal artist Hubert Pareroultja, the Wynne.
The MCA has released a new toolkit to support people living with dementia access creativity at home, while Canberra Symphony Orchestra's Music and Memory pilot program also shows promise.
Fringe call out, fundraising conference, DreamBIG Kids Festival, Inaugural Bankstown Biennale, Gordon Bennett survey exhibition, cabaret returns to Sydney, Seventeenth Doll gets go ahead, and more arts news.
A new Survey Report shows that Australian University Art Museums punch well above their weight scale, and are growing in strength despite the challenges universities face.
No it’s not a leak… ArtsHub has run the data, and these are our predictions for this year's Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prizes.
Artists of Colour Scholarship, COVID emotions hotline turned to music, symphony returns to park, Melbourne comes alive with the work of artists, and more.
A new gallery for Sydney, Live Theatre is back in Adelaide, have your say about Powerhouse Ultimo, Liveworks is going ahead, be part of Melbourne Design Week, and more arts news.
The NGV, NGA and the Federal Minister for the Arts have each announced significant initiatives to support national engagement in the visual arts.
COVID has meant more than a shuffle of dates for Australia's oldest portrait prize. Deputy Director Maud Page gives us the low-down on 'rethinking' regulations in a safe and creative way for this year's Archi, Wynne and Sulman Prizes.
Known for her generous spirit and her rigorous desire to interrogate contemporary art, VCA's former head of school will be deeply missed by artists, curators and academics alike.
The Federal Government has launched a Consultation Paper and is calling for submissions to an Indigenous Visual Arts Action Plan to reshape the future of the sector and its economic viability post-pandemic.
Composer and sound artist Ros Bandt honoured, Four WA regional artists receive $50K, Salote Tawale wins Mosman Art Prize, plus more.
$49M to Indigenous arts, Euro Master from Met for Brissy, great results for DAAF, Artstate and Tarnanthi both announce programs, major public sculpture for Sydney, ACO back in theatre, plus more arts news and opportunities.
Cairns Indigenous Art Fair announces award winners, finalists announced for Bowness Photography Prize, Substation kicks of In-Development program, and more.
From calling out to creating safe spaces, a panel of creatives speak about institutionalised racism in the arts, and the change needed for a more equitable sector.
More money for ACT artists, curatorial assistant program, Doug Aitken commission for TAS, design takes centre stage at Powerhouse, Crime Writers Festival, MTC cancels season, and more arts news and opportunities.
Using headset technology for the past decade, experimental media artist Jane Gauntlett shares her journey on fusing performance with technology to create n intimate experience about living with disability.
In 2018, the art fair Sydney Contemporary was the setting for a debate on ‘gender discounting’ and fair pair in the art market. Celebrating 20 years of ArtsHub, we look at how this conversation has progressed.
The corporate art collection may have changed since the ‘greed is good’ days but it still has an important role to play in terms of branding and wellbeing.
First published in 2015, it would seem we have not yet learnt to manage workloads and expectations – we're still burning out. Celebrating 20 years of ArtsHub, we look back at this conversation and how it has shaped our sector.
Avoiding the 'ghost gallery' trap when fundraising in a recession is tough. ArtsHub speaks with Megan Monte about getting the vision and support foundations right, for the soon-to-be built Southern Highlands Regional Gallery.
Perth already has a museum of Indigenous art and culture. With proper funding, it could be our national centre, joining the race against existing contenders in the NT and SA.
While the ATO seems to understand how artists’ incomes fluctuate year by year, Centrelink does not; nor do its guidelines help artists sustain their careers, a situation NAVA is keen to see changed.
Solvency records show that the inaugural Biennale of Australian Art (BOAA) still owes around $350,000 to artists and vendors, while its Director moves on to open a new gallery.
As international art freight has become more difficult in a COVID and climate concerned world, major local exhibitions are the new blockbusters – thinking long overdue.
Still struggling to be self-supporting after a decade, Australia’s Resale Royalties Scheme continues to be perceived as skewed and behoven to the whim of disclosure.
What does 'normal' look like in a post-COVID environment? We asked four curators to gaze into their crystal balls and offer their views on where the visual arts sector might be in 12 months’ time.
Research shows that numbers drop off when museum entry is imposed, but are there ways around it to bolster revenue?
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Curated by Patrice Sharkey and Rayleen Forester, this is an ambitious survey exhibition of contemporary arts in South Australia.
Bringing together 22 strong, resilient and determined female voices from around the world, Truth Bomb is a homage to the women artists that have ‘guided and inspired’ the author.
If you can get past the mental roadblock that this is not an exhibition of Van Gogh's paintings but a spectacular digital event, then Van Gogh Alive delivers in spades.
Anita Johnson Larkin has the capacity to transform the autobiographical into the multi-biographic, sharing intimate stories through objects discarded by others, reconfigured into sculptures.
NGA's The Body Electric interrogates the relationship between the female body and the gaze of the camera, writes Cherine Fahd.
The Mini Monograph series celebrates the work of contemporary Australian women artists. Artist Nell is explored in Book 3, and Book 5 showcases artist Emily Kame Kngwarreye.
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