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Season One: Terrestrial. BRAG. A gallery room with two water filled clear bags, with tubes connecting them to hanging organic material figures.

New Bathurst program considers land in a new light

The Bathurst Regional Art Gallery launches Season One: Terrestrial. An exhibition connecting the dots between time and land.

‘The Hong Kong Jockey Club Series: Dwelling in Tranquility – Reinventing Traditional Gardens’, installation view at Hong Kong Palace Museum. Photo: Pak Chai. A woman sits in a spacious gallery space with a traditional Chinese architectural structure forming a shelter overhead. Windows of different patterns are illuminated on the surrounding walls.

Dodged the travel blitz? Here are 6 places to visit in Hong Kong post-Basel

Six places to add to your travel itinerary in Hong Kong, plus a selection of local and international galleries for…


Public Art Commission & Wyndham City Council

EOI for Public Art Mentorship

Wyndham City Council is excited to present an opportunity in Wyndham for an emerging First Nations artist to develop their…


PhotoAccess Incorporated

Exhibition: Navigating Histories

photo access presents 'Navigating Histories,' an exhibition weaving stories from the past with their present-day reverberations.

Artist Talks

Lake Macquarie City Council

Virtual Landscapes launch and Single Channel opening

Join us at MAP mima for an extraordinary evening of art and technology!

Artist Talks

State Library of Queensland

Portrait of an artist: D Harding

Featuring internationally acclaimed contemporary artist D Harding in conversation with Cheryl Leavy. Free event, booking required.

Jessica Nothdurft, 'The Cage', 2023, bronze, cotton and human hair. Installation view in 'Silly Girl' at artisan. Photo: ArtsHub. A small bronze figure with a blue striped dress, no facial expressions and long hair trapped inside a small bronze square cage.

Artist hopes to generate awareness and 'release emotions' this Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month

Artist Jessica Nothdurft shares her experiences and emotions in an endeavour to generate greater awareness of domestic violence.

Australian Women in Music Awards 2024 open for nominations. Image: Sarah McLeod and Nina Korbe to perform at AWMA 2024. Photo: Guy Davies. McLeod has short cropped hair with smoky makeup, wearing a leather jacket, holding a bass and sitting on top of a piano. Beside her, Korbe is sitting, wearing a low neckline black dress with black heels. She has brown curly hair and a powerful expression. Both of them are presented in a powerful and beautiful manner against a backstage environment.

Opportunities and awards

International funding and scholarship opportunities, plus winners of UniSQ inaugural Biennial Art Awards, and more!

An elderly white female artist wearing bold red rimmed glasses in her ceramics studio.

How art trails are building pipelines of new gallery audiences

Artists’ open house art trails are often very popular events in their own right. But they are also a big…


M16 Artspace

Creating Apart, Together

This exhibition unites 21 local visual, fibre, and textile artists from Networks Australia, offering a unique perspective on the creative…

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