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Not just one of Australia’s great public art practitioners, this ten year survey demonstrates that Day is right on point with one of the art world’s most pressing global concerns.
Getting Cultural Leadership right is one of the most pressing global trends in the arts today. It’s also the theme for the next Communicating the Arts conference, presented in Sydney this November.
Entries for the William & Winifred Bowness Photography Prize are now open. Do you have what it takes to win?
A truly multi-disciplinary experience with a focus on supporting new work, Bundanon Trust is calling for applications to its 2020 Artist-in-Residence program
Hornsby Art Prize has never looked better than on its 10 th anniversary this year,
with a broader national reach, more money and a popular digital category
Get some fresh art in the open air with installations in the botanic gardens and street art transforming the urban landscape.
Never before seen in Australia, Monet’s ‘Impression, Soleil levant (Impression, Sunrise)’ forms the centrepiece of the National Gallery of Australia's winter exhibition, Monet: Impression Sunrise.
The Napier Waller Art Prize is now open and calling for entries from current and former Australian Defence Force Personnel.
Telling local stories as well as a national narrative, how well does Canberra balance its two sides?
Sidney Nolan’s key works are given pride of place at CMAG.
A selection of Australia’s best cartoons spanning the past 200 years form part of a new exhibition at the National Library of Australia.
In an Australian-first, an exhibition from the National Museum of China demonstrates how history can tell us about ourselves.
Four unique art projects, delivered in the Toowoomba region and managed by the Alexandra Lawson Gallery, have left an indelible mark on the participating artists and the communities.
Immersive exhibition A Thousand Tides captures the imagination of adults and children at Bunjil Place Gallery.
Social, environmental and politically themed art works are provoking and inspiring regional communities across the nation.
Taking its cues from an environmentally alert community, Noosa Regional Gallery unpacks the global issue of climate change by bringing nature – literally – into the gallery.
Expressions of Interest are now invited for this significant opportunity to install an iconic artwork in the heart of the city.
The Art Gallery of Western Australia is leading the way in the curation and presentation of contemporary Aboriginal art as seen in their landmark survey of arts practice in the Kimberley.
We talk to Andrea May Churcher and Djon Mundine about the upcoming exhibition Queen’s Land: Blak Portraiture at Cairns Art Gallery.
MIArt studio on Mornington Island (Kunhanhaa in Lardil and Kaiadilt languages) is a place of shared culture and creativity – a place where stories are told and memories are kept alive.
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