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New director of MAAS, new Associate Producers at ILBIJERRI, sudden dismissal of YIRRAMBOI Creative Director, and more.
Lisa Havilah is the fourth woman to take the reigns of the Powerhouse, and the first to step into a restructured CEO position that will captain the Museum’s controversial relocation.
Fraudulent art dealings; first convention centre to lead arts with a Reconciliation Action Plan; art conquers Bathurst car culture and more arts news making a difference.
On the ground in Bathurst, ArtsHub takes the pulse on this regional arts conference and asks just how robust our regions really are?
Perth protest over arts vandalism, Air Mofo launched, launch of an economic sustainability tookit, 2019 season announcements, and more.
A philanthropist’s challenge doubled the gifts to a regional gallery, as collector James Erskine demonstrates to a community the value in giving.
Melbourne and Canberra go head-to-head over the self-appointed title of "design capital" this month, as both cities roll out programs of international quality.
New $300,000 Fellowship announced, latest program announcements, culture and creativity contributes $111.7 billion to economy, Piccinini’s Skywhale returns to the skies, and more.
New AD at Yellow Wheel; Executive Director appointed at Monsalvat; Aboriginal health researcher joins Adelaide Fringe Board, new Board appointments for MCA, and more.
The commitment to commissioning portraits gets a $500,000 endorsement, as the National Portrait Gallery marks a 20-year legacy, and launches its next chapter.
New GM for ATYP, new head of dance for ACPA and other appointments.
From a new art market platform to a commission to mark the national apology to Child Sexual Abuse, ArtsHub recaps the week's arts news.
With eyes on Singapore and China, a $4M partnership between the National Gallery and Wesfarmers will enable a major international touring exhibition of Indigenous Australian Masterpieces.
From ocean plastics to fashion industry excess turning into landfill, from climate change to algae’s new blue bio-economy – art is leading the way in renewed thinking for positive action.
Anger across the sector as NSW Premier orders the Sydney Opera House to be used for horse racing advertisement – protested last night as lights turned on.
New CEO for SALA, new Marketing head at Bundanon, and Adelaide Fringe Ambassadors announced.
Jonathan Jones’ Artstate keynote talk offered fresh pathways forward in our complex colonial conversation.
An international panel at the Sydney Sculpture Symposium asked whether our education system is failing sculpture.
How can a small gallery compete with an institution as large as Mona? Surprisingly easily, it turns out.
Remembering artists today goes beyond the retrospective exhibition or coffee-table monograph. Find out what’s leading the trend in keeping those conversations fresh.
No new building, more digital content, a Mitzevich collection rehang and a year of blockbusters; all part of the vision to turn the National Gallery around for 21st century engagement.
From a contemporary response to Frankenstein, to an aural exploration of the body decaying after death, artists across the country are exploring creative responses to mortality.
Plagiarism, disrespect, or just plain lazy? The National Gallery of Victoria faces heat over the title of its latest Indigenous collection show.
Important questions about ambition and fairness are being asked as part of the review of the Major Performing Arts Framework. It's vital that all artists and arts workers have their say.
William Kentridge shared wisdoms of life in the studio – including embracing stupidity, bastardry and saying no – during his recent visit to Sydney for his AGNSW exhibition.
Claiming a formerly safe Liberal seat will create greater visibility for art and culture. The Arts Party head to the Wentworth by-election with the message: use your preferential vote.
What do the politics of the Australian and the New York independent arts scene have in common? Surprisingly, quite a lot.
NAVA’s Esther Anatolitis turns to UNESCO and Canadian legislation with the Status of the Artist Act as a guiding model for Australia.
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The Bowness Photography Prize is a contemporary collection of stories in pictures told by Australians at home and abroad, making the visual vocal.
Borrowed Time provides provocative pieces and invite much speculation on McGregor’s thesis about the placement of the artist in the industry of creativity.
A thoughtfully curated show that captures something of an artist who defies ready catagorisation.
This exhibition concludes a three year project centred on an artists’ exchange between Nordic and Australian visual artists.
Two exhibitions with a very different tone, both focus on similar contested relationships to land, but derive from a different cultural perspective.
In a spirit of deep listening, Void invites us to engage with Indigenous ways of learning, and to hear a multiplicity of knowledges, truths, and histories.
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