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The front facade of REDSEA Gallery in Margaret River, housed inside a century-old building. Photo: Supplied. A black shed-like building taken from the outside. Leading up into the space is a long ramp with shrubs at the front. Inside the space are paintings showing through the gallery windows on both sides.

A plethora of gallery activities

New galleries, reopenings and pop-ups, plus an Australian gallery to exhibit First Nations art in New York.

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A children's book titled 'Manyi Nganyjaali' by Delphine Shandley. The orange cover has three people in a red car with 'bush tomatoes' written across it.

Bilingual Indigenous books preserving language while storytelling

The Indigenous Literacy Foundation and the Baya Gawiy Buga yani Jandu yani u Centre have published four children's books by…

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Kimberley Art And Photographic Prize Awards

Kimberley Art & Photo Prize: Showcase your talent, win cash prizes, exhibit your work! Enter now, celebrate creativity, connect artists.

Still from Georgi Ivers' performance ‘You're So Brave’ (2022). During this part of the performance, Ivers is being attacked by voiceless enemies saying "your life must be so hard", "you're so brave" and "have you tried cutting out gluten?" in response to her symptoms. Photo: Minni Karamfiles.
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The case for flexible journalism

Negotiating voice, agency and interview practices for disabled and neurodiverse creatives.

Curators gathering at The Alternative Archive regional exhibition. Image: Courtesy of The Alternative Archive.

Regional connections – a case for a Regional Arts Triennial

A West Australian project connecting regional arts and curatorial practice has seeded an ambitious statewide arts sector event.

Interior view of a gallery space at the Tate Britain museum showing a series of 17th century oil paintings in decorative frames.

‘Free the art!’: artist in dialogue with state collection highlights gaps in digital access

A recent artist residency has looked into levels of online access to artworks held in Australian art collections. The results…

Aboriginal artist Mervyn Street, pictured in 2023, standing on a balcony of an old art shed. He wears a blue shirt and a cowboy hat.

The art story behind the $180 million class action win led by Mervyn Street

A recent class action over stolen wages has brought past injustices to light. The paintings of the case’s Lead Applicant,…

Uplands. Aboriginal man wearing hat and sitting on ground in an art centre with painting around him

UPLANDS revolutionises how we engage with Aboriginal Art Centres

UPLANDS is a new digital portal that allows you to visit Aboriginal art centres, virtually, and sit and listen to…

‘Wirnan’. Photo: Glenn Iseger-Pilkington 2018.
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Cultural collaboration between remote Kimberley art centres

Through collaboration and shared resources, remote Kimberley art centres strengthen cultural practice and promote a unique identity.

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