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How collective is the idea of fantasy? It’s a question asked by artist David Capra in a new group exhibition at the Campbelltown Art Centre.
The biennial Shirley Hannan National Portrait Award is now calling for entries.
Through a groundbreaking exhibition, The Lock-Up is helping change the way lawyers and the public understand the victim’s experience of injustice.
A free exhibition delivered by Perth Uniting Church invites 15 WA-based artists to reflect on the 15 Stations of the Cross – with inspiring results.
Finnish fashion and textile house Marimekko makes art for the everyday; its designs are celebrated in a new exhibition at Bendigo Art Gallery.
With a party to unveil its new Collingwood headquarters, Artbank turns the warehouse model on its head putting accessibility at the heart of its future.
Discover more about the 21st Biennale of Sydney's public programs at the MCA, as Superposition becomes an opportunity for super engagement.
The 21st Biennale of Sydney is not about hierarchies of artists and venues, rather it is about harmony in the gaps across time and space.
A design school with a truly international perspective, LCI Melbourne has 23 campuses globally to put your career on the map.
Partnering with the arts is about more than just money. It’s about leadership.
CIPMO is a new office that seeks your input into reshaping the cultural infrastructure of NSW.
Gohier’s artwork has been described as ‘feral surrealism’ and his art practice as ‘an act of cultural stratification.’ Explore his prolific career in the exhibition Franck Gohier: A thousand miles from anywhere.
City of Sydney has launched a suite of grants that are all about connecting with its community – and they are willing to pay big dollars for that connection
2017 Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition starts Australian tour.
A long prize-giving tradition continues to offer support to contemporary practice at Geelong Gallery.
Shaking up perceptions of photography, the Head On Photo Awards are soon to return with a $60,000 prize pool and renewed international focus.
An art prize with no finalists finds its strength in a curatorial model exploring contemporary art now at Gosford Regional Art Gallery.
Transforming everyday Australian life into art is the challenge set by the 2018 Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize, which offers $50,000 for the winning work.
New South Wales’ oldest regional gallery rethinks the outback through a contemporary art prize.
2018 is shaping up as a year full of opportunities for artists. Here’s several more to add to your diary.
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