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Take a stroll through the sunlight and shadows with the works of Clarice Beckett.
Don't put yourself at risk by sending an emailed inventory of your for sale artworks or designs. Rather, use a simple Consignment Agreement to protect your interests. We talk to Arts Law on why, and look at some case studies.
Damien Wright believes the future is in the handmade, especially as we emerge as a new economy out of COVID-19, and there will be a greater place for craft businesses.
A Forest of Hooks and Nails is a joyous exhibition about the art of hanging art, writes Ted Snell.
Collingwood Yards set to open, Art Month Sydney in swing, proppaNOW survey, Aus Ballet goes digital, Young Writers Fellowship on offer, and top arts news and reviews for the week.
The audio tour just got better, with cinematic sound and location-aware technology, the WA Museum’s Gogo app by Art Processors offers a new immersive approach for how we engage with our cultural material.
We take a look at 12 recently unveiled public artworks that joined the urban landscape in recent months – some celebrated, some criticised, and others already vandalised.
Relating to the autonomy of scientific and religious realms, this exhibition presents myriad forms of encounter with the world and contemporary art.
ArtsHub jobs data shows that there has been a strong increase in the number of positions for First Nations professionals offered at arts organisations over the past two years.
As galleries moved online in the pandemic some found tools that would bring them to new audiences while others missed the human connection. Jane O’Sullivan looked at how COVID-19 changed galleries forever.
Green light for Parramatta Powerhouse, Dark MoFo announces dates, LGBTI tattoo art, Women Out West + more arts news.
Having both worked in zones of conflict, Gittoes and Cornish speak with ArtsHub about their use of art as a means for social message – and how effective that might be.
These two exhibitions now on at Contemporary Art From the Margins cuts through stereotypes.
A sculptor and a spiritualist are an unlikely pair to have shaped the history of Australian art, both now recognised in major survey exhibitions. ArtsHub speaks with curators on how Clarice Beckett and Margel Hinder did it.
In a landmark move, Tasmania Museum and Art Gallery, and Royal Society of Tasmania, jointly apologises to the Aboriginal people of Tasmania for wrongdoing of the past, and commit to open repatriation and truth telling.
Comic creators have been wrestling with contemporary Australia and its identities in a series of publication coming out this year. What they show is a nation divided by racism and on a collision course with dystopia rather than being ‘one and free’.
COVID has seen a mini boom for en plein air painting as we all re-evaluate the great outdoors. We talk to three artists who’ve doing it for decades and offer tips for joining the trend.
New funding program supports regional galleries, festivals announce programs and special guests, the return of American Psycho, and more.
Three theatre directors, an author and a visual artist speak of love and intimacy in our current pandemic, and how the arts can maintain connection when we physically can’t.
Carriageworks hands over authorship of its public space to ARIs via the project NO SHOW, designed to rethink partnerships and value in a post-pandemic arts ecosystem.
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