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This homegrown festival, The Big Anxiety, is leading the world in new practice and conversations about mental health, combining art, science and technology.
An exhibition that looks at the global trend of fusing craft with activism, Craftivism heads to Canberra’s political heart – the Museum of Australian Democracy.
Sydney Contemporary art fair is about to open its doors, showcasing over 450 artists and attracting more than just sector – it encapsulates a new culture of holistic arts engagement.
Shivanjani Lal’s exhibition at Bega Valley Regional Gallery explores loss and dislocation.
As residencies become more popular than ever before, Talking PLACE ponders the future of experimental arts in the bush. What is our responsibility when making art on another’s place?
Situated in the heritage precinct of the old Darlinghurst gaol site, the National Art School offers a unique study experience for students to hone their skills through a studio-based practice.
Denmark’s Magnus Restofte says that you are not only asking people to part with their money – but their time today – and that is a tough sell for any sized organisation. He is coming to Sydney in November.
A member of New York’s iconic feminist collective will headline Sydney Contemporary’s Talks program posing questions about race, representation and the F Word: Feminism.
Committing time to Indigenous storytelling, this Artbank exhibition is the culmination of two years of community-led curation with Tjungu Palya Art Centre – and the result is exciting fresh territory.
It’s not regional arts practice; it’s great art practice that happens outside our cities. Artstate Tamworth is cracking open thinking on one of Australia’s largest growing sectors – and it’s happening this October.
100% of art sale earnings go to exhibiting artists and art centres, making Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair one of the most ethical places to buy Indigenous art today.
In moments of anxiety or meditation we concentrate on our breath to find balance. A group of artists show that finding this focus can help our inner health and allow us to become better practitioners.
Not just one of Australia’s great public art practitioners, this ten year survey demonstrates that Day is right on point with one of the art world’s most pressing global concerns.
Getting Cultural Leadership right is one of the most pressing global trends in the arts today. It’s also the theme for the next Communicating the Arts conference, presented in Sydney this November.
Entries for the William & Winifred Bowness Photography Prize are now open. Do you have what it takes to win?
A truly multi-disciplinary experience with a focus on supporting new work, Bundanon Trust is calling for applications to its 2020 Artist-in-Residence program
Hornsby Art Prize has never looked better than on its 10 th anniversary this year,
with a broader national reach, more money and a popular digital category
Get some fresh art in the open air with installations in the botanic gardens and street art transforming the urban landscape.
Never before seen in Australia, Monet’s ‘Impression, Soleil levant (Impression, Sunrise)’ forms the centrepiece of the National Gallery of Australia's winter exhibition, Monet: Impression Sunrise.
Telling local stories as well as a national narrative, how well does Canberra balance its two sides?
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