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Regional Arts Australia Summit: Arts & Edges challenges the route art takes, and intends to alter it, just slightly.
Kalgoorlie-Boulder, host for Regional Arts Australia's biennial conference is not 'not just another mining town'.
NAS grad Sophie Cape is changing pace in the lead-up to her next exhibition.
National Art School graduate photographer Justine Varga has been shortlisted for the 2014 NSW Visual Arts Fellowship (Emerging).
National Art School graduate Juz Kitson will open a new show at Gallery 9 during Art Month in March 2015.
Sydney artist Mason Kimber has returned refocused and reinvigorated following a residency in Rome.
The National Art School Open Day will give visitors a unique way to discover the range of programs on offer for 2015.
Legendary arts figure Edmund Capon joins Lewis Miller in judging this year’s Doug Moran Art Prizes.
Behind Byron Bay's stunning beaches is a thrilling artistic and cultural community.
Local artists Valley Lipcer and Andy Forbes bring works to life for Splendour Arts.
Mullum Music Festival is launching a new initiative promoting career development for young people in the Byron Bay region.
A new Byron Bay arts consultancy will support the local arts community.
Artists from all walks of life can find inspiration in the greater Byron Bay region.
Two art forms battle it out in a new film from one of Australia's most successful directors, Fred Schepisi.
You don't have to take drugs to go on a music trip in MONA's subterranean gallery spaces.
Matthew Hindson's new commission will resonate with the MONA building both literally and figuratively at SYNAESTHESIA+.
Alison Bell will present Pierrot Lunaire at the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) during SYNAETHESIA+.
The Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra will play Bach chorales in complete darkness during SYNAESTHESIA+.
Only one in 2000 people experience the sensory phenomenon of synaesthesia but anyone can get a taste at SYNAESTHESIA+
The sculptures may be small but the potential audience is big for those who enter the Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize.
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