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Galleries and artists from around the country and overseas will come together in the coming weeks to display their works at art fairs in Sydney and Melbourne. Diana Carroll looks at what motivates people to buy art and how the business of buying and selling art is changing.
Writer and illustrator Mari Andrew uses illustration as an antidote for the frustrations and heartbreak of life.
A new permanent light work by James Turrell completes the vision of GOMA’s architects, and is headed to become a global destination artwork for Brisbane.
A major survey exhibition tracks a 40 year career, and looks at how an artist has changed the perception of bark painting nationally and internationally.
Australia’s first race riot has an uncanny parallel to contemporary narratives, which are fleshed out in a new exhibition at 4A exploring alternatives to the violent re-telling of history.
There is already a shortage of creative spaces outside the city centre, and inner city artists’ movement to the suburbs is only making the problem worse.
Carriageworks Director, Lisa Havilah says that building long-term relationships with artists, and ensuring they have a purpose, is key to the sustainability of an institution.
ArtsHub speaks to New York-based photographer and installation artist Spencer Tunick about global activism and what it's like to direct a crowd of naked people for art.
Setting the price point for an arts event can often be the death of it. IKEA demonstrate how flipping the model might guarantee greater success. But does this realistically translate to the arts context?
ArtsHub sat down with Brook Andrew on the eve of his Biennale appointment, and discovered what he meant when he described creating an exhibition that would sit at edges and dismantle black and white stereotypes.
ArtsHub speaks with Neal Stimler, The Met’s Public Engagement guru who is changing the face of the Auckland Art Gallery, one byte at a time.
Many artists, arts professionals and culture lovers have significant art collections, and yet few consider what their future value might be to others through a bequest.
As gallerist Janet Clayton closes up shop after a decade, ArtsHub talks with her about the future of shop front galleries and the collecting landscape in Australia, and abroad.
Labor pledges $3 million for permanent museum to commemorate Myall Creek Aboriginal massacre, as major exhibition opens in Armidale to mark 180th anniversary.
We don’t see such sneers at woodwork, metalcrafts or other "manly" pursuits.
When you call a plumber do you stop and think "is this person getting paid?" No, because we have labour laws that ensure people are paid for their work. So why do we seem to accept that a different standard applies to workers in the creative industries?
From the horrors of child abuse to the violence of the Frontier Wars, art offers us the opportunity to face trauma, and to heal.
Last week's budget allocated $48.7M to commemorate the 250th anniversary of Cook's landing at Botany Bay. But controversy over Cook isn’t new – it dates back to the 19th century.
Curators, arts administrators and artists share their strategies for improving diversity in the art world.
Three artists discuss the physical and emotional labours of their work.
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