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Drawing gets a rethink at the National Art School, but does the work rise to the level of the rhetoric, even with disgruntled controversy over its winner?
Insisting it is not a survey, this tri-venue exhibition takes the pulse on art making in Australia - middle-ground thinking where the artists are ‘the canaries in the coal mine’.
In 1979 Terania Creek became the focus of a landmark environmental protest and one of Australia’s best-known actions against the destruction of wilderness.
New Director for IMA, Queensland Theatre loses AD while Channels Festival gains one, and board appointments across the sector.
After a decade of steering the Art Gallery of WA through the highs and the lows, Director Stefano Carboni prepares to step down in July
A big week of dedications, key note speakers, funding wins and call outs for help.
After epic weekends in the North West and the North East, the festival's final weekend reaches Hobart and the South.
Essentially a lobbying body, WA’s Chamber of Arts and Culture sits between and across government, business, philanthropy and arts organisations for effective policy change.
Expressions of Interest are now invited for this significant opportunity to install an iconic artwork in the heart of the city.
What drives a collector to amass artworks, build a multi-million dollar museum to house them, then happily hand it over?
A new installation created by Perth-based artist Bruno Booth gives insight into the hostile infrastructural environment which people living with disability have to navigate.
Sliding between abstraction to quirky realism, the Tom Malone Prize for glass demonstrates that the medium is dynamic and current.
New appointments for Australia Council Board, Emerging Writers Festival, JamFactory, Word for Word Non-Fiction Festival and Sydney Chamber Choir, and a sudden departure from State Library Victoria.
A week on, and the tributes are still flooding in for former director of AGNSW, Edmund Capon, demonstrating the impact our cultural leaders can have on society.
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The second weekend of Ten Days on the Island featured everything from contemporary performance in a black box theatre to a chamber orchestra playing in a vineyard.
Gunpowder art, opera philanthropist honoured, new name and new look for Critical Stages, programs announced for YIRRAMBOI and Brisbane Street Art Festival, and more.
The Art Gallery of Western Australia is leading the way in the curation and presentation of contemporary Aboriginal art as seen in their landmark survey of arts practice in the Kimberley.
With art at its heart and history in its head, Bendigo Art Gallery’s newest and best blockbuster is a right royal treat for monarchists and republicans alike.
We talk to Andrea May Churcher and Djon Mundine about the upcoming exhibition Queen’s Land: Blak Portraiture at Cairns Art Gallery.
MIArt studio on Mornington Island (Kunhanhaa in Lardil and Kaiadilt languages) is a place of shared culture and creativity – a place where stories are told and memories are kept alive.
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