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Interdisciplinary projects define Melbourne’s future, as architects and designers find more spaces for artists to work.
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What should galleries do when collected works turn out to be illegal exports? The answer could cost the NGA and taxpayers.
Getting ready for a fresh start in 2014 – here are some tips to set you in good stead for maximum productivity.
Japanese art, fashion and design, Afghani and Italian masters – it's a cornucopia of art events that brace the 2014 calendar.
NAVA will use its 30th Anniversary to launch an exciting new Visual Arts Agenda.
From Blockbusters to ARIs performance art to portrait painting, ArtsHub has surveyed the year past and made some impressive lists.
Arguably two of Australia’s hottest galleries were under the spotlight at a recent symposium in Sydney. Which one came out on top?
Is the auction market healthy as we head into 2014? ArtsHub speaks with the auction houses to get the scoop on the year past.
Did you get your funding this year - what happens to all those good ideas?
As borders close to asylum seekers, a powerful work of gratitude reminds Australia of a kinder era.
Are we witnessing the pendulum swing as Sydney’s gallery landscape again reshuffles its geographic footprint?
WA needs an artwork of international proportions to mark its Bicentenary.
Marketplace reality is changing the nature of doing business as a contemporary artist but there are still moral red lines.
With the Navy the latest organisation to get in on the act, the role of celebrity culture in creating blockbusters is striking.
The small conservative committee that banned a nude does not represent the thriving regional arts scene.
Cultural heritage has been unfairly painted as an enemy of environmentalism. In fact it is fighting a similar battle.
The new Minister for the Arts is also the Attorney-General. It gives the portfolio seniority but the Minister other priorities.
Photographer Bill Henson has withdrawn from the Adelaide Biennial in a travesty of artistic independence and natural justice.
The new Creative Director of Melbourne Festival reflects on the festival's contribution to the cultural landscape of Melbourne.
Arts Victoria’s Review must include a means to develop better managers and a review of funding structure.
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