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So you want my arts job: Gallery Retail Manager

Blending an eye for the visual arts and design with business acumen, Ali Carpenter gives us a look into JamFactory's…

Installation view of a gallery showing mannequins in period Parisian dresses, there are also pictures on the wall. Paris: Impressions of Life.

Exhibition Review: Paris: Impressions of Life 1880-1925, Bendigo Art Gallery

Enchanting and escapist showcase that nonetheless shies away from depicting the less glamorous side of Parisian life.

sculpture installation in gallery with tables and lights and termite mounds. Nicholas Mangan.

Exhibition review: Nicholas Mangan: A World Undone, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia

A thought-provoking exhibition by Nicholas Mangan that makes us question our relationship with the natural world – and at what…

Artist Talks

Cardinia Cultural Centre

A Wearable Canvas

Experience the mesmerizing blend of art and fashion with a selection of Australian Wearable Art Festival’s artworks.

Expression of Interest

Tuggeranong Arts Centre

2025 Exhibition Program Call Out: Tuggeranong Arts Centre

Tuggeranong Arts Centre (TAC) is calling for applications from local and interstate artists and curators for the 2025 exhibition program.

Woman in gallery looking at contemporary Indonesian textiles. Jumaadi, Bundanon

Exhibition review: Tales of Land and Sea, Bundanon

ayang-ayang, par-parā/phus-phusā and Sangkuriang are three interconnected exhibitions that hark back to Arthur Boyd's own interest in mythology.

Fondation Cartièr. A man of Indigenous appearance is wearing a brightly coloured purple, pink and turquoise shirt with short sleeves, has his arms crossed and is leaving against a wall smiling at the camera.

Thinking bigger: talking First Nations partnerships with Fondation Cartier

Fondation Cartier’s Hervé Chandès and artist Tony Albert talk about the role of trust when commissioning projects, and the importance…


M16 Artspace

Dark Silhouette | Helen Heslop

Helen Heslop delves into the 'abuse cycle' through quilt language and paint swatches, shedding light on women's encounters with coercive…

Cyclone Tracy - 50 Years On. A bearded man in a blue shirt and trousers, leans on a stair handrail in a gallery space. Behind him are flats with images on, most clearly a large tree surrounded by debris of corrugated iron following a cyclone.

50 years later, this is how Darwin remembers Cyclone Tracy

The Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory presents Cyclone Tracy — 50 Years On.

Miscellaneous organic objects as an artwork in a white gallery setting.

A prize that rethinks the art/science connection

Two decades on, and the way we consider the nexus of science and art has changed dramatically, as evidenced by…

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