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The world’s largest art gallery isn’t in Paris, St. Petersburg or New York City. It’s the Northern Territory.
Some of the world’s oldest cultures merge with the latest digital technology to deliver a light festival in the heart of Australia’s Red Centre that welcomes all to embrace language and Country as a shared future.
Now in its final weeks, Tudors to Windsors: British Royal Portraits traces the history of the monarchy through the eyes of some of the world’s most significant artists.
From a series of high-profile installations at Dark Mofo and The Falls Festival to a portable sound stage at Mona Foma, University of Tasmania students are enjoying remarkable real-world artistic opportunities.
At WAAPA, students don’t just learn; they perform in an eclectic array of concerts and performances throughout the year, alongside some of the finest artists in the world.
Getting cold feet about the course you’re enrolled in, and dreaming of better things? Trust us, you’re not alone!
Step up to your new career with a Diploma of Creative Enterprise from Acknowledge Creativity. Designed for a new generation of arts leaders and entrepreneurs, the Diploma offers the perfect fusion of imagination, creativity, and business acumen.
The University of Melbourne’s Master of Cultural Materials Conservation equips students with high-level technical skills and trains them in cultural competency and cross-cultural respect.
Six teams of researchers and Masters and PhD students from Deakin will create a unique series of place-responsive public artworks in Venice from May to November this year.
The British participants of INTERSECT, the latest creative exchange program offered by the British Council, are on their way to meet Australian colleagues and learn more about their working context.
A special panel discussion at NIDA will put LGBTQI+ storytelling and representation centre-stage this Valentine’s Day.
From icons Marcel Duchamp and Takashi Murakami, to projects new and old defining the Australian visual art landscape, the Art Gallery of NSW finds fresh balance in its programming as it looks ahead to Sydney Modern.
From a prize which invites artists to reflect and respond to a piece of scripture, to Australia's richest photography prize, entering the right art prize can not only prove creatively stimulating but also financially rewarding.
The 2019 Toorak Village Sculpture Exhibition is calling for entries. $16,500 in prizes available, including a $10,000 Best Sculpture Prize.
The Footscray Art Prize is back to celebrate the artistic vibrancy of the community in 2019. Entries are now open.
Still: National Still Life Award, presented by Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery, has garnered attention from Australia's most prominent artists and is ensuring this contemporary practice thrives.
A new short film prize aims to encourage film makers to engage with the past, while helping to open up a creative resource to the public.
The Mandorla Art Award is a Christian contemporary art prize which asks artists to respond creatively to a specific piece of scripture. Entries open soon.
Newcastle Art Gallery is calling for entries to its $50,000 prize for portrait and figurative painting.
RMIT University’s upcoming information session on 5 February can answer practical information about a range of courses in the creative industries.
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