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First Nations fashion receives over half a million in funding

21 First Nations fashion trailblazers share more than $500,000 from Australia Council’s inaugural Flourish fund.

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Exhibition review: Handmade Universe

New commissioned works sit alongside those from the State Library of Victoria's own archival collection.

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The Johnston Collection

HISTORIC BUILDINGS OF THE ROYAL BOTANIC GARDENS | A WALK AND TALK WITH CATHY TRINCA

Join Cathy for a leisurely afternoon stroll through the gardens to hear more about the history and enjoy the afternoon…

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Exhibition review: Neighbourhood Earth

Tripping the light fantastic, an Interactive journey through the galaxy.

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Exhibition review: And she was wearing trousers

New multimedia commissions from African artists take from the past and the present.

Workshops

Geelong Gallery

Adult workshop: Stamp on Fabric & Stitching workshop

Join artist, Ema Shin in a hands-on workshop as she shares the techniques of carving rubber blocks to print designs…

Exhibitions

Moreton Bay Regional Council

JamFactory Icon 2021 Kunmanara Carroll: Ngaylu Nyanganyi Ngura Winki (I Can See All Those Places)

Concerned with passing on cultural knowledge, Kunmanara Carroll's paternal homeland was an unwavering source of inspiration and the recurring subject…

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Tokiki & Sumi-e Alistair White & Junko Azukawa An Experience of Japanese culture through Clay & Calligraphy

Artists Alistair White & Junko Azukawa present An Experience of Japanese culture through Clay & Calligraphy

Glass object on shelf at Canberra Glassworks
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Exhibition review: Annette Blair and Kate Nixon, Canberra Glassworks

Two news exhibitions at Canberra Glassworks speak of everyday objects and detritus, but they couldn’t be more different.

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