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Following a year of COVID isolation, an engaging exhibition from the National Portrait Gallery showcases intimacy, love and connection.
Two new collection displays herald significant changes for the National Gallery of Australia while tapping into the gallery’s collecting DNA ahead of its 40th anniversary.
NFSA celebrates the 60-year career of the prolific Indigenous photojournalist Mervyn Bishop with an exhibition in Canberra only until August.
A first year course that brings together performing and visual arts students is the ideal start to an arts education and it is just one of the ways Arts Academy does things a little bit differently.
Across the Northern Territory, Artback NT is connecting audiences to artists, and artists to the rest of Australia.
Working with park rangers, map curators, national archives and a leading design organisation, this unique residency is calling for artists.
An art award from one of Western Australia’s remotest towns is also one of the most accessible opportunities for artists around the country.
Rather than reducing its cultural footprint, Moreton Bay Region has invested in and expanded its cultural activities in sync with a shifting demographic and tourism demands.
With an eye on conservation, a new art prize in Western Australia radically reframes botanic art through a contemporary lens. Entries are now open.
A new exhibition turns to themes of race, gender, technique and agency, to break down the silos of culture and sport through a shared narrative of boxing.
Authentic local stories lift the spirits and encourage genuine connections.
From jazz to midwifery, this year’s winners of the Australia Council Awards span the richness of Australia’s creative industries. Watch the individual artist videos from this year’s awards ceremony.
From miniskirts to jersey knits and branded labels, Mary Quant captured a youthful energy and quest for female independence in her fashion. Bendigo Art Gallery celebrates her relevance today.
Imagine travelling again thanks to a US$50,000 Samstag Scholarship aimed at career development abroad. Applications for 2022 are now open.
Artist Brian Robinson has curated an extensive look at the art from Torres Strait Islands, connecting distant shores to Newcastle’s diaspora community, and giving visibility to this unique Australian Indigenous culture.
The new Shepparton Art Museum aims to be a flagship for working with local Aboriginal communities.
Exploring the work of contemporary First Nations artists, a new exhibition at Incinerator Gallery asks complex questions about the agency of place and Indigenous ways of knowing.
Fremantle Art Centre’s hugely popular Revealed WA Aboriginal Art Market is back! But after last year’s event was cancelled by COVID, they’re taking no chances, with the 2021 market going online.
From a longing for home to a national snapshot of the new, two exhibitions explore care and belonging from a First Nations’ view of Country – and our nation’s footprint on unceded lands.
Desart does professional development well – from a mentoring Photography Art Prize, to nurturing business skills for arts centres, and finding professional resilience in a post-COVID world.
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