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The Art Gallery of NSW explores the history of its collection with an exhibition of formative and newly acquired Victorian watercolours.
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ArtsHub talks with artist Joan Ross about making art at Scotland’s Glenfiddich distillery, a unique residency that is up for grabs in 2018.
The 2017 WA Regional Arts Summit is presented by Country Arts WA in partnership with the City of Mandurah and the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre.
Village Cinema’s Unscene Short Film Competition returns in 2017.
Leading innovators talk about the future of creativity ahead of the inaugural Creative State Summit.
A landmark exhibition will be held this month at the Victorian College of the Arts, with works for sale by the who’s who of Australian visual art.
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A much-loved kid’s performer has created an innovative program to make music accessible for all children.
Yarra Ranges Council is calling for expressions of interest for festivals, arts and heritage or community development projects to enliven the region.
MGA Foundation has announced two changes to the 2017 William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize, now open for entries.
Since 2006, the number of Queenslanders whose main occupation is a cultural one has increased by 9%, with most of them working in the arts.
A regional dance company enjoys more creative freedom than its metropolitan peers.
Caloundra Regional Gallery, on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, will present an exhibition in June by Brisbane-based Filipino-Australian artists, Alfredo and Isabel Aquilizan.
The dynamic program of concerts and events programmed for the anniversary year also celebrates a new era for the orchestra.
Brisbane Powerhouse is proof that change can be a great thing after achieving its greatest quarter in a 16-year history.
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