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For Archibald Prize finalist Amani Haydar the road to an art career curved around family expectations and an Arab upbringing.
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The Federal Government invests in our Indigenous Arts sector, funding more than 80 art centres, art fairs and arts organisation.
2020 Guest Conductor for MSO, The Lock-Up farewell's Director, and more job announcements
Yolngu artist Djambawa Marawili wins the $50,000 Telstra Art Award with a painting that shows the international impact of Aboriginal art.
From a spate of art fairs to early 2020 program announcements and ticket offers for upcoming Festivals, we bring you the highlights of this week's arts news.
Through two new C3West projects, artists Lauren Brincat and Tina Havelock Stevens rethink Sydney’s new metro system as a Plant Library and punk jamming performance.
Jane Clark of Mona is actually paid to write 'art wank' for a living. Here she talks about writing the micro-essays that guide you through Hobart's acclaimed museum.
30-years of shaping disability access programming for America's largest cultural institutions brings lessons for change and a strong read on today's shifting tides.
Writing about the arts is changing at an exponential rate with constant disruption in the media landscape. Gina Fairley shares her insider knowledge on getting coverage in today's arts press.
Bad politics inspires great art. Street artist Peter Drew needed to tell the world ‘Real Australians say welcome’ and here’s how he began that campaign.
This sculpture event is a stellar example of how philanthropy can help artists take a deeper dive into thorny topics, while growing audiences through the popularity of sculpture.
Hyperlocal, decolonial, diasporic, idiosyncratic – how Australia’s international arts programming is changing.
NAISDA announces new Head of Dance, new Executive Director for Circus Oz and Royal Academy of Dance, and other appointments.
From cutting edge performance to timeless Aboriginal art, here are ArtsHub’s picks from the Darwin Festival program.
We take a look at this week's top news stories from around the galleries, on stage, the festival scene, wrapping screen news and Aussies making it abroad.
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.
Jörgensen, who oversaw the artists’ colony Montsalvat from 1969 until 2014, has died aged 79.
Familiar works that have shaped the landscape of Indigenous Australian identity are given a Blak lens - simply, this is the long-awaited exhibition we needed to have in shifting who gets to present this past, and future.
With rock concert fanfare, the buy-in Banksy blockbuster comes to town putting a new spin on how, and why, we view art. Just so long as we exit through the gift shop.
From ghost nets to urban collectives, to infiltrating white fella institutions and busting the gatekeepers through mentorship, Aboriginal art activism finds many of its origins in Queensland.
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