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New Zealand-Australian artist Angela Tiatia has been named recipient of the $100,000 Ian Potter Moving Image Commissions. We speak with her about the ideas driving her new work.
National Indigenous Art Fair returns, eco-practice forum for artists, Youth architecture and design festival, children's gallery for Tassie, Ghost Stories coming to Melbourne, plus more arts news, events and festivals.
Many of the state's cultural institutions face cuts of up to $13 million in operational funding come 2022-23, according to the NSW Budget Estimates hearings.
Launching the theme of the 23rd Biennale of Sydney, the message was clear: this is an exhibition about sustainability, continuity and collaboration – where agency replaces ego.
ABC has announced that Namila Benson will host a new arts program, Art Works, kicking off in May, but the news is plagued with questions around the rebrand.
New research shows how rock art can act as an intergenerational media – even when no longer visible to the eye.
Richard Bell survey exhibition announced, Guitar Fest tribute to Rolling Stones, Brisbane Writers Fest program, Khadim Ali survey, killing kylie jenner, plus more news and events.
'Disney: The Magic of Animation' comes to ACMI in May, bringing over 500 unique Disney artworks to Australia for the first time.
Three recently censored artworks again raise questions over COVID-fuelled racism, and the flipside, social media bullying and the lack of civil conversations where needed.
Kids Van Gogh challenge, Stella Prize shortlist, Midsumma Festival program, Adelaide Fringe outcomes, National Archives anniversary, YUCK Circus to tour WA, free outdoor concerts and more arts news.
Dark Mofo has cancelled a project calling for contributions of ‘First Nations blood’ after outcry.
Flooding that caused the Parramatta River to burst its banks over the weekend would not have come within four meters of the entrance of the future Powerhouse Parramatta site, experts say.
MTC announces Act 2 of its program, symphony immersion for Stonnington, results for Adelaide Festival, new art acquisitions for MCA and Tate, Mona announces next exhibition, plus more arts news.
As SAM prepares for its next chapter in a new space, a significant gift of Aboriginal artworks will cement the gallery's ambitions as a destination venue.
Recognising that SA businesses and adjoining industries benefit from festivals and cultural attractions, a new cross-industry alliance with tourism aims to significantly bolster or reimagine cooperation.
Melbourne’s newest cultural precinct, Collingwood Yards, has opened to the public after a long gestation.
The Home of the Arts on the Gold Coast is surprising, to say the least. Its bold, brash façade leads to a slick state-of-the-art interior and cements the precinct as a destination venue.
The centenarian puts his longevity down to a whiskey every night, just getting on with it, and not listening too much to art theory. We talk to him about ageism, the environment, drive and his advice for the next generation of painters.
Spanning Sydney's galleries, The National engages with the conversations we should be having from First Nations narratives to the centring of women artists.
The outgoing Director of Melbourne's newest arts precinct reflects on his time at the organisation, finds himself 'very, very happy' and details the challenges of shaping a new cultural community.
Emma Coulter and Hannah Quinlivan have recently completed major metro art projects. We caught up with them on the realities of red tape, vandalism, compromise, gender and fair pair when it comes to public artworks.
Unsure how burning a Banksy original could make it more valuable? Welcome to the world of non-fungible token art.
Australia has public holidays for agricultural shows, football finals and a horse race. Why don't the arts have a public day of celebration? We revisit this topic for UNESCO World Art Day on 15 April.
Addressing the Sydney Institute this week, Arts Minister Paul Fletcher outlined key reasons the government funds the arts, but stepped on toes with 'clubbish' description of the arts.
While the media has been full of opinions on NFTs and their recent stratospheric rise – we take a look at the pros and cons, and ask whether it’s a career option for artists.
Could the stratospheric rise of NFTs be on the turn? And has this tech folly damaged the value of the art market?
From digital pivots, to government funding (or lack there of), to conversations and resilience – we take a look at the year that was as COVID took its toll on the arts and culture sector.
Using vintage Aboriginal-styled fabrics, artist Tony Albert's new work sits in conversation with Margaret Preston's iconic linocuts and asks the tough questions around appropriation and design ethics.
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The QLD artist collective proppaNOW shaped the landscape for contemporary Aboriginal art. A new survey exhibition asks audiences to bare witness to the tensions and trajectory their narratives map.
First Nations photographer Michael Cook takes a spin on a Dutch Old Masters aesthetic in a new series that weaves colonial narratives with climate change, allegory and degradation.
Belmore's work positions the viewer as a witness and encourages us all to face what is monumental, and a shared First Nations dialogue across Canada and Australia.
Celebrating the flaws in real life lived, one feels equally a voyeur and a participant in William Yang's narratives.
This superb survey exhibition by Sydney artist Nicole Ellis takes a rigorous look at abstraction through the mediums of fabric and found material.
Co-curated by Lisa Radford and Yhonnie Scarce, The Image is Not Nothing (Concrete Archives) is a complex, contemplative exhibition that tears at the soul and raises valuable questions.
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