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A Senate amendment is pressuring the government to offer a reprieve to arts courses which have been excluded from student loans.
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The GOMA brand is more than big art and big spaces. Contemporary practice is also explored through a delicate exhibition of Aboriginal and Pacific textiles.
Like ‘Chinese Whispers’, Judy Watson’s new sculpture carries the changing voices of the GOMA’s Brisbane River site.
GOMA celebrates its tenth anniversary with a sugar high, more than 250 artworks that challenge and play with our perceptions of the institution’s brand.
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