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On this May Day, ArtsHub takes a look at the role protest plays in the art of our times, and how that protest has escalated from commentary to action.
Bits & Blogs
Real estate is said to be all about location, but maybe it is all about the art? Melbourne artist Rone gives life to an art deco past.
From program announcements and exhibition openings to the launch of the new MPavilion, here are the stories you may have missed this week.
From Purple Rain to The Exorcist, we ask several artists to pick a favourite film and share its creative impact.
In a new artwork, the humble vending machine gives you a little more food for thought than the average snack.
The exhibition showcases the works of artists from a refugee or asylum seeker background who were selected via a national call-out.
Social media is abuzz with commentary about the Venice Biennale following reports of disgruntled donors. We summarise some of the debate.
A significant artistic and community collaboration inverts historical images to confronting effect.
Rookwood Cemetery's 150-year history comes to life in an evocative outdoor sculpture exhibition.
Collectors and art enthusiasts are spoiled for choice at Melbourne's newest commercial art fair.
Can body fluids be a legitimate art material? We take a look at artists who have pushed the boundaries.
The troubled Post-impressionist painter’s artworks exploring the four seasons are being exhibited for the NGV’s Winter Masterpieces.
We speak with the curators of Australia’s leading art museums about which Sidney Nolan paintings are most loved, and why.
VIDEO: Indigenous glass artist Yhonnie Scarce has seen her country literally turned to glass by nuclear testing.
Perth-born artist Ian Strange has an unusual relationship with suburbia, but it was a move to New York nearly a decade ago that was the real catalyst for his creativity.
No arts career looks the same, but they all have one thing in common - no one really knows where they will end up.
Making a splash, these contemporary artists challenge the gallery’s white cube and create a conservator’s nightmare, but people love to soak up the experience.
In the inaugural episode of ArtsHub's new podcast, we chat to choreographer and festival associate Gideon Obarzanek.
From elegant minimalism to quirky fantasy worlds, the ancient medium of glass is continually reinventing itself.
VIDEO: Award winning artist Ben Quilty says he is often inspired by telling people they are wrong … oh and coffee.
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