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World-class illuminated sculptures drive visitors to the Top End and capture the unique colours of Darwin.
Indigenous artists from Far North Queensland to feature in Belonging, a major national exhibition.
Size might not matter when you’re invested in an international conservation movement, but collaboration certainly does.
Like all Aboriginal art centres, Mirndiyan Gununa keeps culture alive on the ground – as well as on the canvas.
Winning the Dreaming Award – one of two major Australia Council awards that recognise the achievement of First Nations artists – has transformed Jenna Lee’s life.
How can we re-imagine First Nations arts in Australia? We asked Indigenous artists and organisations working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists what was on their wishlist for the coming year.
The man behind the Art Gallery of New South Wales’ $100m Sydney Modern campaign shares some tips on how to attract donors at the Culture Business conference in Sydney.
A new touring exhibition that addresses discrimination against First Nations peoples and minority groups is giving a voice to marginalised Australians.
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.
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