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ArtsHub speaks with six curators on the merits of painting gallery walls to heighten audience engagement, build narrative or just make the artworks pop.
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NAVA’s Esther Anatolitis turns to UNESCO and Canadian legislation with the Status of the Artist Act as a guiding model for Australia.
Artist Vernon Ah Kee believes there is an endemic problem that sits core to our galleries and the way we talk about Aboriginal art, which can only be solved by empowering black voices.
A new wave of survey exhibitions indicates renewed interest in looking back over artists' careers. Australian curators discuss this trend.
Are we past the gender pigeonhole? Women artists are divided as to whether the adjective is helping or hindering their careers.
As technology improves the quality of reproduction, the old values are being newly debated.
The British Museum owns a number of priceless pieces of Aboriginal art, and claim they’re the best possible home for Australian heritage items.
Singapore has positioned itself as a regional hub, throwing vast amounts of money into cultural infrastructure. Is there a place for Australia its regional scope?
Modern museums often want to be global citizens but there are risks of homogenization and challenges from national agendas.
Education’s hottest topic is STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths) while the subjects that teach us human values are undervalued.
Touring Swan Lake in China is not the kind of cultural diplomacy that will help Australia gain a foothold in Asia.
Our museums use social media to stimulate audiences, so why not use technology’s reach to grow their collections?
Principles of arms-length funding are being sacrificed to a 'trickle down' approach the Federal Government would not countenance in other parts of the economy.
This week Enduring Civilisation opened in London to mixed reviews – were they warranted of the exhibition or is this exhibition a political pawn for other issues?
Science has shown us the facts but art is needed to stimulate action on climate change.
Will future historians view the internet as heralding a new Dark Age, a time of lost opportunity and widespread cultural regression?
The top chairs are not reserved exclusively by men - though the numbers remain out of kilter - exposure helps a shift in attitude.
Galleries tout access opportunities for disabled patrons but the real situation is dismal for blind art-lovers.
The world has a new most expensive painting. The price for the single Gauguin could have funded an entire museum or shaped an entire generation of young artists.
Following widespread reaction to the powerful contention that art should disturb not please, we publish Leysen's full speech.
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