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After witnessing the aftermath of an Australian bushfire, artist Ross Taylor created a visual notebook to journal the landscape’s recovery process.
Ian RT Colless from the Dharabuladh clan of the Gundungurra reflects on the Australia Council’s new Custodianship Program, and how questioning hierarchic notions of leadership can evolve Custodianship as a cultural responsibility.
From humble beginnings in Paddington, Cooee Art has grown from an emporium to an enterprise that includes galleries, a consultancy, and marketplace specialising in Indigenous art.
Badu Art Centre brings the blue planet to our lounge rooms.
Starting her painting career at 64, Aurukun artist Mavis Ngallametta became one of the most sought-after contemporary Australian artists. Learn why in this QAGOMA survey exhibition.
Designed for children five and under, PlayUP at the Museum of Australian Democracy is an interactive and imaginative introduction to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of a Child.
Presented by Caloundra Regional Gallery, with over $40,000 in prizes, the Sunshine Coast Art Prize is now open for entries.
With a suite of five grant categories, and close to half a million in funds available, the City of Stonnington is encouraging artists nationally to unleash their wildest imaginings.
Performance collective post and Hong Kong Repertory Theatre have cut up the Western theatrical canon and reassembled it as irreverent, bilingual Frankenstein’s Monster of a production.
The inaugural Fivex Art Prize offers up a total prize pool of $35,000, with the artists’ work displayed across two massive LED billboards in Melbourne’s CBD.
Designer Anna Tregloan describes how she has brought Hamlet’s wintry world to the stage for Bell Shakespeare’s 30th anniversary.
Hiring an arts consultant is not a burdensome expense; rather, it can liberate your organisation from the quagmire of a shifting cultural landscape, with fresh vision.
Sometimes the most important choice you can make in an arts career involves following your heart, says MFA student Jacqueline Cornforth.
If you’re getting cold feet about the course you’ve chosen, it’s not too late to change your preferences. It could be the choice that defines your career.
AFTRS’ new series of professional development seminars is designed to help busy creatives get a better grasp of important skills relevant to the business side of the screen sector.
Specialising in intensive graphic design courses, Shillington gets you into the industry quickly rather than taking years at a traditional university degree.
The museum and heritage world is dramatically shifting, and further study can strengthen your critical thinking as well as your vocational skills in this exciting field.
From classical to contemporary, the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts’ 40th anniversary program showcases cutting edge talent from the institute’s students.
Announcing new dates in September, Parrtjima 2020 is enduring - at once topical and timeless in shareing the stories of our Red Centre through light sculptures, talks and music, which connect culture and landscape.
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