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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.
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.
As visual artists it is vital to stay in touch with the global zeitgeist and there is no better way than doing that than viewing biennales and majors exhibitions. Here's our 2020 must see list.
Episode 1 of the ArtsHubbub is now live, looking at where ideas come from and featuring Christos Tsiolkas, Chris Endry, Shags and Dr Maggie Webb.
2019 was big: big on political unrest, big on international imports, big on empathy and wellness, but mostly, big on celebrating women in the visual arts.
The City of Sydney has announced a new 9km harbour walk that draws attention to First Nations stories along the city’s famous shoreline.
Commissioned by think tank A New Approach, the report adds to the growing evidence that arts and culture has major benefits for quality of life.
In another ethical win for the NGA, three Indian sculptures have been repatriated on the basis of fresh evidence in the ongoing Kapoor case.
Are our arts spaces inclusive of mums? A new manifesto developed out of the lived experience of mothers working in the arts has a number of demands for the sector.
The NGA has announced its acquisition of Patricia Piccinini's Skywhale alongside a new commission, Skywhalepapa, to be unveiled in March 2020.
A new pairing of Australian innovation and museum sector know-how is set to have a global impact.
An artist known for challenging power structures and conformity, Marcus Fusinato pairs up with curator Alexie Glass-Kantor to represent Australia at Venice in 2021.
The new Countess Report shows that independent sectors lead the visual arts in gender equality, while state institutions fall behind.
Gripped by violent protests, the Chilean capital of Santiago has been buoyed by a creative outburst in the face of government curfews.
Now in its sixth year, World Ballet Day is a global celebration of dance and a unique look at a day in the life of some of the world’s best dancers and ballet companies.
Bernardine Evaristo, the first black woman to win the award since it started in 1969, shares the prize with Margaret Atwood.
Fame, fortune and your pick of the best projects – or over-exposure, exploitation and unhappiness? What happens when you win an Academy Award?
As bushfires become the new abnormal, Stephanie Eslake looks how musicians, comedians and other performing artists are re-thinking their tours, organising benefits and changing how they create.
Board games provide a valuable opportunity for socialising in our digitally isolated age.
Like many artists, animator and director Darcy Prendergast wanted to use his art to respond to the inaction around human-induced climate change.
It’s already shaping up to be a big year in Australian books so literary journalist Thuy On has shared her list of must reads that will be filling your bookshelves.
Over the last ten years we've been following stories that matter to the arts sector, from funding cuts to how to look after yourself. Here are the most-read stories we've published over the last decade.
Who's hot in 2020? We asked eight curators to name the visual artists who are on their radar for the year ahead.
With the Arts disappearing as a Federal Government department title, David Pledger looks around the world to see how other nations value their culture and finds some lessons for Australia.
A group of writers calling themselves Writing for the Environment – organised by Alys Jackson, Leah Kaminsky and Gretchen Miller – have penned an open letter to the media demanding they cease supporting climate denialism.
From the 2020 ISPA Congress in New York City, Circa's Yaron Lifschitz discusses the urgency of empathy and art as a force for good.
Spoken word artist Miles Merrill and teacher Narcisa Nozica know how to stand up in front of a crowd. In their new book, Slam Your Poetry, they look at how to present yourself with true stage presence.
While Australia fights to save its cultural assets after bushfires, the USA threatens to destroy cultural sites across Iran.
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A gentle allegory for the notion that the good life goes on – for the privileged, at least.
Andy Manley’s nearly wordless performance captivates young audiences, making the most of their powerful imaginations.
This contemporary take on 16th-century English history marries witty writing with 90s girl pop.
White tells his story with a disarming utter frankness.
Sarah Thornton is at her best in her depiction of a football-mad community.
Inez Baranay presents in elegant prose a richly laden smorgasbord of concepts and ideas.
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