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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.
The Art Gallery of South Australia adopts the philosophy that education is the pathway to understanding, with workshops for teachers about guiding respectful classroom dialogue.
From the dynamism of Bangarra and individual artists like Dorothy Gabori, to the large-scale works in festivals and art centres around the country, the world's oldest continual culture may be far older than we previously knew.
Australia’s premiere Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander dance company celebrates 30 years with an ambitious tour taking in every state and territory – and beyond.
Racial profiling is the topic of the first façade animation for the National Gallery of Australia, promoting a clear message of tolerance through art.
A number of consultation forums taking place across Australia are helping to solidify the formation of a much-needed National Indigenous Arts and Cultural Authority.
Sharing stories of country and connection to place has been integral to the artists participating in the Cairns Indigenous Art Fair. As the event embarks on its 10th anniversary, this is more prevalent than ever.
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.
In 2019 we have a unique opportunity to preserve and protect Indigenous languages.
Robert Hammond, Co-founder of the High Line, shares his experience creating one of New York's iconic public spaces.
NIDA alumnus Luke Rogers invited ArtsHub backstage to talk about his journey from Director to Artistic Director.
At Remix Summit London, Sophie Harding (Mindshare UK) gave her insight into what would be the big trends for this year, from podcast boom to how your smart speakers are becoming 'more human'.
Five grant types on offer across the visual and performing arts, covering venue hire costs and providing over $20,000 for individual projects.
Small-to-medium museums and galleries in NSW attract 5.5 million visitors annually, and contribute over five million volunteer hours according to the latest census data.
The world’s largest art gallery isn’t in Paris, St. Petersburg or New York City. It’s the Northern Territory.
Some of the world’s oldest cultures merge with the latest digital technology to deliver a light festival in the heart of Australia’s Red Centre that welcomes all to embrace language and Country as a shared future.
Now in its final weeks, Tudors to Windsors: British Royal Portraits traces the history of the monarchy through the eyes of some of the world’s most significant artists.
From a series of high-profile installations at Dark Mofo and The Falls Festival to a portable sound stage at Mona Foma, University of Tasmania students are enjoying remarkable real-world artistic opportunities.
At WAAPA, students don’t just learn; they perform in an eclectic array of concerts and performances throughout the year, alongside some of the finest artists in the world.
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