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If #MeToo has taught us anything, it’s that telling better women’s stories hasn’t really changed the lived experience of women, because it hasn’t really changed men.
A regional gallery director’s curatorial indulgence opens the door on a national debate, and catches the eye of the Classification Board.
Does the exhibition live up to the legend? We walk through QAGOMA’s Richter show – the largest in the southern hemisphere.
Co-founder of the Forest Fringe, Andy Field, warns artists not to mistake exhaustion for success.
Like a message in a bottle, a colonial rotunda above The Rocks in Sydney is used in tandem with Mozart's music to transport viewers and evoke a journey across the high seas.
Young people’s anxiety levels decrease and their resilience increases when they engage with theatre, new research shows.
If the well-used adage that a picture speaks a thousand words is true, what is the current focus on Indigenous Photography saying?
After three short years in the role, Gerard Vaughan announced today that he will be stepping down as Director in 2018.
The reality of a permanent contemporary gallery for Adelaide is a step closer this week as its $1.9M Stage One rolls into action with the search for an architect.
Back to Back Theatre's Alice Nash on the ingredients needed to make great work, and the value of such work for a civil society.
With the recent release of two feature films about Australian artists, we take a look at the hidden agendas and the broader context.
As the world mourns the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks this week, another pair of towers in Sydney offer a conversation of respect through art.
The new initiative will drive curatorial scholarship, artist commissions and exhibitions for Victoria's First Nation artists.
The word from the top is that Sydney Contemporary is looking to adopt the Frieze and Miami model.
Sometimes the music surrounding death tells us as much about the mourners as it does about the dead.
Research has shown that over 60% of recent visitors attended cultural organisations as children, findings which have significant ramifications for the sector in the future.
A growing trend stimulates a rethink and a conversation about the effectiveness of curatorial collaborations as a new model for galleries.
The core values hip hop include social justice, self-worth and community. Consequently it’s increasingly being used as a therapeutic tool with young people.
150 years after Ira Aldridge’s death, the need for a colour-blind stage is as vital as ever.
In times of challenge, organisations in different sectors can teach the arts valuable lessons about streamlining and sticking with what we're good at.
A world in which dealers would take a 70% commission on an artist's work is a world beholden to the false images of marketing.
Independent artists need independent producers; they also need to reconsider some of the negative stereotypes they have about the producer's role.
This week the first ever awards to celebrate the rural touring sector in the UK will take place in Nottingham.
A new wave of survey exhibitions indicates renewed interest in looking back over artists' careers. Australian curators discuss this trend.
Battle of the Blockbusters: We take a look at how our blockbuster diet has changed as two diametrically opposed exhibitions both promise big numbers.
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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.
From elegant minimalism to quirky fantasy worlds, the ancient medium of glass is continually reinventing itself.
VIDEO: 10 witty and wise pieces of advice from comedian and musician Tim Minchin. The first video in our new occasional series.
Street artist Banksy is the focus of an unauthorised exhibition in Melbourne this summer, complete with food trucks and cocktails.
In ArtsHub's Inspire60 video series, we distill the passion that drives the arts down to 60 seconds of inspiration. Catch-up here with a 15 minute power boost or bookmark it for on-tap motivation.
Not a diamond in sight, but this contemporary jewellery will make you drool over pieces made of gardening equipment, velcro or paper.
To mark the opening of the Olympics, we walk through some of the most important artworks celebrating sport.
Dripping paint on the walls of the MCA this week is a symptom of the profile of light festivals. But there's more to light art than projections.
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