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Get to know John Russell, Australia’s only French Impressionist, and find out why he was such great mates with Van Gogh, Monet, Rodin and Matisse.
Ronnie van Hout wears self-consciousness on his artistic sleeve in a new survey exhibition at Buxton Contemporary.
ArtsHub speaks to Ros Abercrombie about the upcoming Artlands Victoria conference and embedding creative practice in conversations about regional arts.
Be part of a new national conversation around drawing. The Dobell Drawing Prize has been revived as part of a major biennial festival presented by the National Art School.
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This major exhibition at Cairns Art Gallery explores the impact of colonisation by bringing together the shared experience of South African and Indigenous Australian artists.
In a tightening gallery market, rental spaces provide an opportunity to boost artists’ professional careers and visibility.
One of Australia’s most generous photography awards is now calling for entries.
The current disconnect between corporates and the way they consume and embrace art needs to change, says gallerist and arts accountant Michael Fox.
Persuasion and patronage unlocked the doors of New York’s Museum of Modern Art and set the stage for NGV’s latest Melbourne Winter Masterpieces exhibition.
The healing power of art and ceremony informs the next iteration of the Blacktown Native Institution Project.
As materials and colour technologies change thanks to interesting collaborations between scientists and artists, new techniques also continue to develop.
The Bowness Photography Prize champions contemporary Australian photographic practice.
Manage an art centre in Central Australia. It'll change your life.
A new exhibition at Artbank will explore the subjective nature of perspective through the eyes of a renowned group of Australian artists.
Local infrastructure for artists provides a strong base to develop international reputations.
Cairns Indigenous Art Fair plays a major role in growing opportunities for the state’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists and introducing their work to the wider community.
A place of empathy and inspiration, Wangaratta Art Gallery brings more than just contemporary art to its local residents: it’s an important educational space within the regional community.
Living outside the major capitals doesn’t mean being deprived of sophisticated contemporary art experiences, as the programming at Murray Art Museum Albury demonstrates.
Australia’s first non-university visual arts doctorate is now calling for applications, recognising professional artists by focusing on practice-led, studio-based research.
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