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The Chair of the Biennale of Sydney has resigned following boycotts over Transfield's management of detention centres.
Bringing a wealth of international experience and a local knowledge, home-grown Melbourne creative joins the Arts Centre.
The Board of 4A has announced the appointment of its incoming Chairman.
artsHub celebrates International Women’s Day by taking a look at artists who have shaped the direction of contemporary art.
Audiences need to feel safe to have their ideas disrupted if they are to learn in an art gallery.
The hippest festival of art, design and creativity heads to Sydney’s Carriageworks this May.
Two new projects place contemporary art at the heart of peripheral issues as part of MCA C3 West program in Greater Western Sydney
The prejudice against fantasy novels misses the social and emotional value they offer, especially for young readers.
Communist countries have long wrestled with capitalist film production but the 2013 figures show China's great leap forward.
SAMAG tackles the topic on everybody’s list – what are the trends in digital engagement and how do we nab those virtual audiences?
Three curators and five artists sounds complicated enough, now tour a site-specific work to three cities.
Australians are used to thinking of New Zealand as a place to ski or hike but for arts lovers NZ is a becoming a desirable place to soak up spectacle or discover new art.
We take a look at five examples of architecture sitting at the top of the world.
Beyond time travel, no experience can deliver a Gatsby-style buzz as complete as Napier's Art Deco weekend.
Justene Williams references cubism, Soviet science fiction and atomic bomb propaganda.
Architects in Mexico convert old boats into wine facilities.
Alison Bennett’s photographs of tattoos and scars pop off the wall with the help of an app.
A New Zealand city has made an architectural virtue from a planning necessity turning Napier into an international Art Deco mecca.
If it’s cultural memorabilia that interests you then Bonhams’ New York sale of pieces from The Caren Archive is a must.
Art experts head from the UK with the offer of free valuations, in search of works for Bonhams’ London sale.
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