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On the occasion of the Archibald Prize turning 100, we look at what that history means to contemporary making, drawing on a swag of exhibitions this winter season that contest and reassert the role of portraiture.
ArtsHub speaks with Aboriginal curator Hetti Perkins about the 35 artists shaping the next Indigenous Triennial and how ceremony is a timeless and everyday concept connecting all Australians.
A new exhibition and suite of programs across the Edith Cowan University and the National Art School pool thinking and experiences to create a dark space for unpacking mental health in the arts.
On the eve of his survey exhibition at the MCA – opening on Mabo Day – ArtsHub speaks with agitator and activist artist Richard Bell, on facing the truth, the future, and a wave of art that defines his past.
If the Archibald reflects who Australians value and honour, the lack of politicians as subjects among this year's finalists is another indication of the reduced standing of our political class, writes Joanna Mendelssohn.
QAGOMAs Head of Asian and Pacific Art reflects on a trajectory of change – and more recent COVID impacts – upon the gallery’s signature exhibition, the Asia Pacific Triennial, which approaches its tenth edition.
Ahead of Reconciliation Week we look at an exhibition of rare photographs taken by one of Australia’s earliest First Nations photographers giving an insight into everyday life, pre-citizenship, from a Noongar perspective.
Director Rose Hiscock recently gave ArtsHub a preview of Melbourne’s newest gallery, a place where science and art collide with an opening exhibition that has an inclusive take on mental health.
From playful figures to bathtub performances, artists are using the intense residencies of their past to create unexpected new works in the COVID-19 lockdown.
Some artists are jumping into NFTs while others see pitfalls. Jane O’Sullivan looks at both sides of this emerging meld of art and technology.
The host of ABC TV’s new weekly arts program promises to be much more than just a talking head.
Gill Minervini gives us a sneak peek into what the festival has to offer including a future of more collaboration and less silos.
As the Biennale of Sydney unveils its new curatorium, we look at shifting exhibition models in a post-pandemic rethink, as international travel is limited and trust among peers elevated.
To celebrate International Sculpture Day on 24 April, we revisit this 2018 article that asks whether our education system is failing sculpture.
First Nations artist Hayley Millar Baker foregrounds herself as a storyteller, blurring the formal conventions of photography to construct probing narratives that mine contemporary empathy and language.
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.
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