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Australia's first Indigenous photojournalist Mervyn Bishop helped shaped Australian narratives. This exhibition looks at 60-years of his iconic images, as well as historic sound and film archives.
Wendy Sharpe’s exhibition possesses an undeniable, animal vibrancy, giving breath to shared anxieties, frustrations and ennui.
This is an incredible, intimate exhibition that is less about war and conflict, and more about empathy and the human spirit. Beautiful photographs and oral histories that surprise in their capacity to share.
A powerful subversion of craft as a vehicle for activism and social change.
Looking back over 30 years of Brisbane's contemporary music, this innovative exhibition has plenty of earworms along with the culture that surrounds the scene.
A great Australian story told through fashion that is a call for us to question our individual sense of identity today.
ACMI’s popular interactive exhibition comes to Canberra, showcasing the diversity and creativity of games.
AGWA’s latest exhibition inspires newfound appreciation for the gallery’s architecture.
A captivating look at the Jewish Australian community and how it has pushed cultural and political boundaries.
The NLA presents a magical journey through the history of Australian children’s stories.
A timely and necessary program that calls on us to be active participants as we face this state of emergency.
Three exhibitions at Koorie Heritage Trust examine the art of cartography, Blak cinema, and contemporary adornment.
Surveying the history of Australian cartoons is a momentous job but the NLA has made it a drawcard.
The explosive chemistry between China’s past and present is the focus of the latest Melbourne Winter Masterpieces exhibition.
A retro exhibition brings the Sixties back but with detail you’ve never seen before.
This intimate exhibition collected from Mirka Mora’s home and studio is a show of work originally intended mostly for herself, until now.
Two exhibitions offer a layered narrative of Captain Cook’s Pacific encounters, one that has plenty of space for First Nations voices.
What is a crowd? This is the question artist Baden Pailthorpe posed for himself as he worked with AFL player and crowd data to develop his current solo exhibition at UTS Gallery – Clanger.
This is more than a brand blockbuster with the draw of big bling; it's a story about the emancipation of women, of history, of people - a mapping of the 20th century zeitgeist.
This exhibition questions, explores and creates an ongoing dialogue about what it means to be a feminist.
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