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This week Bundanon Trust breaks ground on its environmentally prepared building project with an announcement of additional funding and Minister Fletcher stating he is 'alive to the impact of bushfires on artists'.
The inaugural Can’t Do Tomorrow urban and street art festival will pack a multi-level warehouse space with locally produced art and installations, a political world premiere and feature a 22-carriage freight train as a moving gallery.
Mary de Ruyter talks to two artists and asks them how their enviable creative life.
Weaver is an artist who looks beyond the surface, who uses materiality and familiarity to usher the viewer into a deeper consideration of our world.
Rising to prominence in the 1980s, South Australian painter Annette Bezor added much to the feminist conversation in contemporary art.
The US-based arts company is looking to bring its immersive art sites to the world and has been in talks with Australian artists and arts organisations.
From the Melbourne Women in Film Festival, to protest art in Hong Kong, and survey exhibitions by George Gittoes, Carolyn Eskdale and Agathe Gothe-Snape, it is a big week of arts news.
The Jacaranda Acquisitive Drawing Prize celebrates contemporary drawing across its broad definitions, with $45,000 in total prize money.
Entering the iconic Gallipoli Art Prize for the first time doesn’t mean your artwork has to directly reflect warfare and can take on some novel subjects.
The 2020 Toorak Village Sculpture Exhibition is calling for entries. $15,000 in prizes are available, including a $10,000 Best Sculpture Prize.
Whether you're a curator, a visual artist, theatre performer, writer or festival director, 2020 has a conference or professional development opportunity for you.
More than buildings, a unique retrospective exhibition at Museum of Sydney shows that John Gollings’ photography conveyed a personal or physical connection to our built environment.
Who's hot in 2020? We asked eight curators to name the visual artists who are on their radar for the year ahead.
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Can you capture the essence of our contemporary society in a single image? That’s the challenge posed by the 2020 Australian Life Photography Prize.
A local gym comes alive with video installations exploring the body, discipline, endurance and community.
With the loss of James Mollison a giant of Australian visual arts has fallen, leaving a legacy that included controversy, passion and the keeper of our national collection.
With a $45,000 prize pool, the Ravenswood art prize puts the careers of women artists first, and it’s calling for entries.
Artist submissions are now open for HIDDEN Rookwood Sculptures, an annual outdoor art exhibition held in the gardens and amongst the graves of Australia’s oldest operating cemetery, Rookwood.
Leading UK diversity advocate and artist Vicki Amedume is in Australia for INTERSECT, a knowledge exchange between the UK and Australia promoting our shared responsibility in creating a more diverse creative future.
The recent reimagining of two iconic murals painted in Melbourne in the 1980s and eventually defaced, signifies the importance of their messages both then and now.
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