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Australia’s first non-university visual arts doctorate is now calling for applications, recognising professional artists by focusing on practice-led, studio-based research.
The 2018 Geelong After Dark probes the theme of Earth, bringing together a diverse group of artists.
How collective is the idea of fantasy? It’s a question asked by artist David Capra in a new group exhibition at the Campbelltown Art Centre.
We talk to four speakers presenting at this year’s Creative State Summit about the role creativity can play in the new world order, and the key trends creatives should be thinking about for the future.
Australian visual artists may be entitled to a share of $1 million in royalty fees now available through the Copyright Agency.
The biennial Shirley Hannan National Portrait Award is now calling for entries.
Fighting off nerves is something you learn through practice.
Brisbane City Council has produced a showcase of contemporary Australian art in Brisbane’s City Botanic Gardens, as part of the Commonwealth Games Event City Festival 2018 celebrations.
A Melbourne City Council is offering an ‘open-door’ policy for its $400,000-plus arts and culture grants, encouraging applications from established arts organisations and emerging artists.
Through a groundbreaking exhibition, The Lock-Up is helping change the way lawyers and the public understand the victim’s experience of injustice.
A free exhibition delivered by Perth Uniting Church invites 15 WA-based artists to reflect on the 15 Stations of the Cross – with inspiring results.
Finnish fashion and textile house Marimekko makes art for the everyday; its designs are celebrated in a new exhibition at Bendigo Art Gallery.
With a party to unveil its new Collingwood headquarters, Artbank turns the warehouse model on its head putting accessibility at the heart of its future.
ArtsHub members save 25% off tickets to A Pacifist's Guide to The War On Cancer.
Discover more about the 21st Biennale of Sydney's public programs at the MCA, as Superposition becomes an opportunity for super engagement.
The state’s brightest creative talents are urged to nominate now for the 2018 NSW Creative Achievement Awards before the closing date of 16 March.
The 21st Biennale of Sydney is not about hierarchies of artists and venues, rather it is about harmony in the gaps across time and space.
Immerse yourself in experimental dance and theatre direct from Japan; experience Sydney through fresh eyes and from a bold new perspective.
Rather than spending most of their time learning theory in the classroom, WAAPA students explore a practice-led education all year round.
A once in a life time international study opportunity is available to applicants of the Samstag Scholarship, including institutional fees for one academic year and so much more.
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