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The Hon Paul Fletcher met with arts leaders today to discuss how to support the industry as COVID-19 closes cultural institutions and cancels performances nationwide.
In the second episode of our monthly podcast we speak about politics in art and the importance of reaching an audience both physically and online.
Episode 3 of the ArtsHubbub looks at how we recover after trauma with Judith Lucy's signature humour and heart.
The organisers of Art Basel Hong Kong have cancelled the 2020 edition of the art fair, facing no other option.
41 artists have taken to the streets with a guerrilla poster campaign that encourages people not to accept the government's 'business as usual' approach to climate change.
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.
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.
If you are a parent with children, chances are you are a homeschooler now. Writer Elissa Blake has been homeschooling her kids for over a decade and has some timely advice for those making the change.
How are other countries supporting the arts in this vulnerable time? Dr Jackie Bailey has created a scorecard to see what Australia could learn.
From a novel published in 1989 to a global hit series and now a feature film, Kerry Greenwood's flapper detective has inspired fan
With a new arts event in Canberra, creative producer Yolande Norris is shining a light on the city’s diaspora of artists to inspire the creative community.
Sustaining work in the arts is always a challenge, but in times of adversity it can be even harder to persevere. So how do we harness that capacity? And how do we build a strong community that can weather the storm together?
With a budget of almost $400M, the transformed WA Museum not only looks light and open, but champions a new era of museums that are transparent, inclusive and environmentally conscious.
In a post-coronavirus world, opera has a unique opportunity to redress and re-birth for lasting change.
The coronavirus situation is changing quickly around us so Kath Melbourne advises that we stay informed, stay in touch and remember the enduring strength of our arts community.
The Australian arts sector has taken a critical blow this past few days. According to Chris Endry, the Federal Government has a crucial role to play in protecting this vital part of not only our economy, but our society.
Like many teens, author Cate Kennedy felt uncomfortable with body image. She shares a story that changed how she perceived herself.
For International Women’s Day, Dr Jackie Bailey makes a call for a renewed commitment to supporting women in collective action.
As a literary journalist and critic, Thuy On was surprised to find she was compelled to write a book of poetry inspired by one of the more difficult periods of her life.
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Was it the First Nations biennale we needed? We take a look at how this exhibition forces viewers to navigate our contemporary world in unexpected ways, with the pummel of yesteryear politics.
A great spy story from a master of the craft.
This is a brave exhibition on many levels. It feels like a slow dance between veiled narratives and the raw and revealed – a chance to navigate the monsters of our contemporary stages, and if lucky, find empathy through the journey.
Writer/director Miranda Nation swims through the choppy waters of gender with this psychological thriller.
Goldsworthy has captured the mores of the postwar period to perfection.
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