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Tasmania’s famed Museum of Old and New Art’s highly awaited 2016 Festival of Music and Art will take on a new format this summer, returning to Mona for a long weekend of non-stop music, art and performance.
Many of the houses display a seamless connectivity to breathtaking landscape.
The iconic interiors of Melbourne's cultural institutions have been transformed into wearable architecture.
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The former TAFE college in Collingwood has received a $2 million basic upgrade, but the site is far from being tenant-ready.
Sydney Open has become so popular that Sydney Living Museums has made it an annual event but with 50 buildings to see, what should you choose?
From using advocacy to architecture, creative women have shaped our built environment and changed our lives, but they are often unknown.
Western Sydney, metropolitan Sydney & regional NSW are the big winners from a policy that sets ambitious targets for cultural growth.
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A single building can reinvigorate urban design inspiring the cultural vitality that makes cities attractive, as Hobart’s MONA shows.
As part of Sydney’s masterplan to become a creative city, contenders for ‘George St 2020’ have been announced.
Less than six months after launching its ambitious redevelopment campaign, the State Library of Victoria has three quarters of the money.
A$5.89 million carbon-neutral ‘crystal’ entry and Master Plan sets the tone to take Australia's oldest museum into the future.
You're invited into homes designed by the world's most dynamic architects currently on display at the Museum of Sydney.
Sydney Modern Project moves another step closer with the appointment of Sydney-based landscape architectural practice McGregor Coxall.
Textiles, architecture and floral decoration collide for the 2015 Summer Architecture Commission at the NGV.
Sydney Living Museums takes a stab at examining what makes a 'superhouse' and who are the style makers.
Temporary architectural structures drew inspiration from Biblical camping and from the modern real estate bubble to explore concerns about transience and ownership.
Fears the popular dusk-to-dawn event had been shelved have proved groundless.
Appropriate museum display of Asian art requires an understanding of Eastern philosophy.
From architects to orchestras, we gather this week's appointments and resignations in the arts.
Almost 10,000 Victorians have contributed ideas to grow Victoria's creative industries.
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