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Darebin Arts Prize, Prime Minister’s Literary Awards shortlist, Women in Music, the Doug Moran Portrait Prize and more.
Geelong Arts Centre has discovered an elephant bone and other odd objects on their reconstruction site.
The Churchie National Emerging Art Prize offers a glimpse into the future of art. This year's winner looks at political unrest, resistance and the Spanish diaspora.
Nine exceptional mid-career artists have been announced as 2019 Sidney Myer Creative Fellows.
Sotheby's sold to French billionaire, new home for Nolans, Civilization hits Melbourne, opportunities for artists and more.
From solo exhibitions to museum shows and public art commissions, NAVA has drafted a new charter of fees for artists and arts workers, and is inviting comment.
With the theme Monster Theatres, curator Leigh Robb has announced her line up for the 2020 Adelaide Biennial.
Latest Australian Council grants and fellowships; Advance Arts Award; Ned Kelly winners, mentorships and more.
New Board members for Perth Festival and MCA, a shake up at Create NSW, AIDC appoints new advisory committee and more appointments.
From exhibitions about BFF, contractors announced for Sydney Modern and Australian Museum, Feminist Writers Festival, and this week's opportunities.
A Melbourne gallery puts women first as it decides to represent only female artists and rebalance the gender scales.
Victoria lands Netflix’s Clickbait, Indigenous Jewellery Project holds survey exhibition, AGWA celebrates 40 years of brutalism, 2020 programs announced and more arts news this week.
Powerhouse Museum launches inaugural residency program to inspire more collaborations with the creative industries.
New leadership roles announced for ACCA, UTS Animal Logic, Sydney Design Week, Overland, SA Film Corp, among others.
Sleepless Summer endeavours to rally support for democracy protests with works from Australian and Hong Kong artists.
AWM Director to leave, new Chair for WA Chamber of Arts and Culture, TarraWarra announces new appointments, and more jobs.
A new all-female commercial gallery has sparked renewed debate about gender parity.
Many regional galleries are built on the back of donated collections. But that catalyst to bricks and mortar is just one outcome of giving, which has grown our nation beyond our cities.
In the wake of his recently vandalised Bondi Mural, street artist E.L.K. talks about the pitfalls of activism and the choice to step away from the art world.
Nothing comes easy, especially with disabilities art. Three international leaders talk about the burdens and wins of activism, visibility, failure and collaboration as pathways to greater inclusion.
From being disability-led from the top down to making everyone share responsibility to be leaders for change, those doing it well in the disability sector speak out.
Videogames offer many opportunities for audio experts, but how do you crack into this evolving industry? Here are our 6 key steps to get you started.
Being an ally means being prepared to do the difficult work towards structural change.
With announcement of the retirement of Brendan Nelson as Director of the AWM, several names have been in the mix (including former PM Tony Abbott), but Paul Daley believes the institution needs a more fundamental re-think.
Artists with disability believe it is their right to be reviewed in the same way as abled artists; that the narrative should come from the quality of their work, not their disability.
For Archibald Prize finalist Amani Haydar the road to an art career curved around family expectations and an Arab upbringing.
Bad politics inspires great art. Street artist Peter Drew needed to tell the world ‘Real Australians say welcome’ and here’s how he began that campaign.
From cutting edge performance to timeless Aboriginal art, here are ArtsHub’s picks from the Darwin Festival program.
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This year’s largest event at Brisbane Festival uses the river as its canvas to tell an early chapter in the encounters between Europeans and First Nations peoples.
The NLA presents a magical journey through the history of Australian children’s stories.
A timely and necessary program that calls on us to be active participants as we face this state of emergency.
The third and last stop in Going Down Swinging’s international project has resulted in an intricate, optimistic, and multilayered exhibition and anthology.
Three exhibitions at Koorie Heritage Trust examine the art of cartography, Blak cinema, and contemporary adornment.
A surreal, visually arresting meditation on the future of our planet.
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