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The 2020 NGV Triennial weaves its way into our memories as viewers – a kind of date stamp on this year as we re-emerge and rethink our engagement with the world.
From native bird calls to sonic visualisations of public space, the inaugural swag of finalists for the Fivex Art Prize will capture the imagination of commuters at billboard proportions.
With supporting fees for all finalists, mentoring opportunities, and a remit to be inclusive in telling Australian stories, the National Photographic Portrait Prize sets new targets for its next edition.
‘The timing is right now, because it’s led by First Nations designers,’ says Piinpi curator Shonae Hobson, of the first major survey of Indigenous fashion at Bendigo Art Gallery.
A free outdoor art gallery has transformed the streets of Werribee City Centre, temporarily changing the way locals perceive and interact with their city.
A new kit of resources produced by Museums & Galleries NSW promotes an understanding of cultural mediation, and offers the tools to arm staff and volunteers for deeper, sensitive audience engagement.
The offsite-onsite nature of their studio practice in 2020 has armed students with the reality of professional practice – and the results are unveiled at the National Art School’s Grad Show.
Pulling back the woolly language around transferrable skills in our digital COVID-era, artist Jill Orr finds the through-threads at Federation University Arts Academy, which will define a next generation of artists.
Rethinking during the pandemic resulted in a 30% increase in engagement for Desart. Here’s how they are harnessing the momentum with new markets and professional development.
Miffy’s iconic minimalist design created by Dutch illustrator Dick Bruna has influenced artists in Australia, and all over the world. For the first time, QUT Art Museum brings Bruna’s work to Australia in a major exhibition.
2020 has had many moods, as does Art Gallery of NSW's summer program, from Streeton and the Archibald Prize, to Archie Plus and Pat Larter. Curators Wayne Tunnicliffe and Justin Paton speak on curating for a post-COVID experience.
Jennifer Higgie believes ‘art history is a work in progress’, which is why we all need to be invested in the conversations that shape the representation of women and gender diversity. Be part of the Know My Name Virtual Conference.
Regional art doesn’t exist; rather art practice that happens in other places does. It is about excellence and diversity, and Artstate 2020 celebrates the Riverina region in a conference that thinks big.
Tired of visual fly-throughs and online viewing rooms? Sydney Contemporary has reinvented the way we engage with art fairs in these digital times – and it’s fun!
Nature has been quietly knocking at our door for some time and is now getting impatient. A new exhibition at Blue Mountains Cultural Centre engages artists in the art of planetary health.
A forthcoming exhibition showcasing artwork made from waste teaches us that being sustainable can be a highly creative and socially conscious exercise.
Despite shaping the Aboriginal art market since the 1980s, Utopia is only now building a dedicated art centre – and it is looking for a manager to help this community of artists into the next chapter.
NAS doesn’t mince words. The theme of its Open Day is ‘The Future is Art’ and with doors open, a dynamic, global reputation, COVID-safe and buffered from fee hikes, it is set to welcome 2021 students.
London artist and technologist Jane Gauntlett will give the keynote at Meeting Place 2020, Arts Access Australia’s forum on Creating Spaces for d/Deaf and disabled artists.
Observatories are far more than places to star gaze; they’re repositories of history, exploration, timekeeping, and meteorology – and now a source of artistic inspiration.
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