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In June this year one of Australia’s most innovative women directors died of breast cancer. Chances are you’ve never heard of her.
An Australian artist will put the Great Barrier Reef in the spotlight in the UN's Artists 4 Paris Climate Change.
A visionary joint acquisition partnership between the MCA and the UKs Tate gallery will place Aussie artists at the heart of global dialogue.
A new technology may provide a gateway that ensure copyright holders can prevent misuse of their intellectual property.
David Walsh brings Gilbert and George to MONA for a major retrospective surveying their five decade career.
A backlash against digital photography is driving interest in all photos and processes.
Tired of performance art? APT8 moves beyond the recent hype surrounding performance art and turns to the region for historical context and a sexy edge.
ACMI believes it is the first in the world to appoint a Chief eXperience Officer, a position designed to reimagine the museum visit for the digital age.
Award-winning British architect reveals design for events pavilion in Melbourne’s Queen Victoria Gardens.
24 Frames Per Second is an ambitious project that brings together 239 artists, dancers and filmmaker in the commissioning of new video work.
Between keeping galleries cold enough for artworks and theatres warm enough for patrons, energy is a major expense for arts organisations. But there are savings to be made.
From crowded cafes to the living room floor, a new broadcasting project celebrates the places where the alchemy of creating a book happens.
China will not do business with countries that don't also offer both cultural and political relationships.
Sotheby’s London will stage its first Aboriginal Art auction in June, in the wake of Sotheby’s Australia’s closure of its Aboriginal department.
Under the banner of Freedom of Speech another two die as fundamentalists on both sides provoke through an art exhibition in Texas.
What benefits are there in making art with your life partner, and does it mean you’re always bringing your work home?
Culture is a key to a technology and entrepreneurial phenomenon that returns to Sydney following sold-out events in London and NY.
A major Australian gallery has removed a portrait of the Indonesian President in the wake of the executions of Australian drug smugglers in Bali.
Massive production by Aboriginal artists threatens to undermine the value of their work in the market.
Prizes honouring service commitment to the performance industry, spreading the message of peace and UK theatrical talent.
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