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A sculptor and a spiritualist are an unlikely pair to have shaped the history of Australian art, both now recognised in major survey exhibitions. ArtsHub speaks with curators on how Clarice Beckett and Margel Hinder did it.
Comic creators have been wrestling with contemporary Australia and its identities in a series of publication coming out this year. What they show is a nation divided by racism and on a collision course with dystopia rather than being ‘one and free’.
Three theatre directors, an author and a visual artist speak of love and intimacy in our current pandemic, and how the arts can maintain connection when we physically can’t.
Is it just a calendar date, or is it opportunity to promote acceptance and diversity via the arts? We speak with Asian Australian artists and arts managers this Lunar New Year.
After closing for a major make-over (and pandemic postponement) the Australian Centre for the Moving Image is re-opening with a fresh approach to its collection and exhibition spaces.
A self proclaimed witch, trailblazing Norton was an under-appreciated cultural touchstone of 20th century Australia, until now, thanks to a new film about her life.
Linda Nochlin’s 1971 essay was a scathing and detailed analysis of how and why white bourgeois men were 'great' while women and people of colour were not.
After two summers that couldn’t be more different – from drought and fires to heavy rain – conversations about the Anthropocene, and artist activism around climate change, are ripe for new resolutions.
New collaborative work at an Aboriginal cave in eastern Victoria shows the stark difference between contemporary archaeological research and that conducted in the 1970s.
Cultural Entrepreneur Emilya Colliver has written a book targeted at developers and corporates, to assist in navigating board room discussion and planning pitches, and to ensure the role of the artist is kept in sight.
What does it mean to make and engage with art when the physical doors are closed? Archie Plus is a an immersive, responsive curatorial project that offers an answer.
‘I’ve learned so much from my mistakes, I’m thinking of making a few more!’
Five objects, some displayed in WA Museum's Boola Bardip’s Treasures Gallery that opened this week, reveal how they can provide us with insights into history, values, emotions and power.
Our online conference will make sense of 2020 and think through the arts as an essential part of the ‘new normal’. With guests from across Australia we look at funding, culturally safe spaces, and digital as a way to expand access.
A recently unveiled memorial in north London to the feminist writer Mary Wollstonecraft has been met with much criticism.
Sending a strong signal, the National Gallery of Australia turned over its annual lecture to a panel of First Nations Women to debunk white structures of feminism. This is what they had to say.
Peak orgs are the glue holding a broken sector together and offer advocacy and initiatives for change as we emerge into the world post-COVID.
Agency has emerged out of an identified need expressed by cultural leaders, which resonates with Government priorities, academic research and the voice of innovative philanthropists who care deeply about Indigenous people, art and Country.
A peace sign from Martin Luther King, Jr. becomes a rude gesture; dolphins swim in Venice’s Grand Canal; and crocodiles roam the streets of flooded Townsville – all manipulated images posted as truth.
Vital steps need to be taken to avoid another Juukan Gorge in a state heavily reliant on mining, by adding more Indigenous places to the National Heritage List.
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