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Waverley 150+. A black and white photograph of a brick factory with 'Waverley Mills' printed on a wall.

Waverley 150+ exhibition: celebrating Tasmania's first commercial woollen factory

Design Tasmania is hosting Waverley 150+ as an evolving exhibition.

Artist Talks

Lake Macquarie City Council

MAC yapang presents - Artist talk and Performance

Integrating experimental electronic music/soundscapes into his exhibitions and video works, O’Toole designs environments for sensory engagement and is known for…

Exhibition view of Torres Strait Islands culture with colourful fish made from coconuts

Exhibition review: Eastern Threads, Perc Tucker Regional Gallery

Curated by Gail Mabo, this welcoming exhibition celebrates the lived culture of Eastern Torres Strait Islands.

Nani Puspasari. Image is a ceramic of an orange creature with a facemask like appearance, little legs and arms.

Exhibition review: Nani Puspasari, Manningham Art Gallery

Chinese-Indonesian artist Nani Puspasari weaves a vibrant universe between childhood and adulthood.

Exhibition view of hanging organic paper paintings. Neoterica

Exhibition review: Neoterica, Adelaide Festival

20 artists and 20 writers commissioned in a celebration of South Australian contemporary art.

Blue bench with white text painted on it in a gallery setting.

Exhibition review: Yucky, Adelaide Contemporary Experimental

A timely exhibition that explores notions of agency and choice by artists living with disability.


City of Moreton Bay

Barely Wearable: Body adornment for the age of overconsumption

Discover this collection of 'wearable' artworks to celebrate the intrinsic beauty of found objects.


Exhibition review: Ten Thousand Suns, 24th Biennale of Sydney

An exhibition shaped by global connections and new learnings – a refreshing edition of the Biennale of Sydney.

Group of artists sitting outside building.

12 artists offered studios in Sydney’s west

A career defining opportunity has been announced for 12 artists in new studio spaces in Sydney's west.

Three female artists stand in front of their artwork in the Woolloongabba Art Gallery.

Her Work: highlighting women’s achievements this International Women’s Day

This International Women’s Day, five Brisbane artists explore women’s agency within Australian society at the Woolloongabba Art Gallery.

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