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Growth, change and adaptability are key elements of any creative practice, whether of individual artists or local councils, especially in the time of COVID.
The audio tour just got better, with cinematic sound and location-aware technology, the WA Museum’s Gogo app by Art Processors offers a new immersive approach for how we engage with our cultural material.
AFTRS Master of Arts Screen: Business is a two-year transformative course that creates the opportunity for screen media thinkers to excel in the screen industry.
The graduate work of acting and theatre students from the University of Melbourne’s Faculty of Fine Arts and Music is now being displayed online after an intense creative period in isolation.
Sophie Benassi has gone from being a secondary school drama teacher to the co-Artistic Director of a Canberra theatre company.
Climate change innovation. Studio ceramics. Eucalyptus. Persian artefacts. Diversity is the key to Powerhouse’s 2021 program, as it steps into the first stages of its Renewal Project.
With a 300-million-year-old tradition of storytelling turning to the latest light projection technology and youth vernacular, Australians can find renewed connectivity with our desert history at Parrtjima this April.
No longer boxed in by traditional boundaries, contemporary textiles present as a dynamic and bold frontier nurtured by the Wangaratta Contemporary Textile Art Award, and its growing collection of national significance.
Fox Galleries used last year’s shutdown to rethink the commercial gallery model, expanding its space, taking on new artists and working in a cross-dimensional way – turning the new normal into a boon for growth.
Local government has long been a supporter of the arts but during COVID-19 their role has been even more vital. A new exhibition in Nillumbik Shire showcases the richness of community responses to the pandemic.
A dazzling array of new works made by graduating students at the University of Melbourne’s Faculty of Fine Arts and Music can now be viewed online.
Including sponsored freight, a sponsored car wrapping deal, an artist’s residency and a pool of cash prizes, the Sunshine Coast Art Prize is a great opportunity for national exposure and networking.
Starting from the position of a well curated exhibition, the Wyndham Art Prize expands this year to include a new commission with an environmental narrative, as well as a prize pool of $25,500.
Artists, academics and storytellers from all disciplines are invited to apply for a range of research fellowships as part of the Queensland Memory Awards.
What do the objects we leave behind say about us? Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery is looking for works for Still: National Still Life Awards 2021 that capture our contemporary lives.
Using a charged historical site, Dubbo Regional Council is calling Indigenous artists nationally to consider a new kinetic public artwork that encourages conversations of social justice and reconciliation.
Loyalty, courage and camaraderie are among the many themes artists are invited to respond to when entering the Gallipoli Art Prize.
Entries for Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize 2021 are now open with the virtual exhibition to stream again next year, after its success boosting artists' profiles internationally this year.
The 2020 NGV Triennial weaves its way into our memories as viewers – a kind of date stamp on this year as we re-emerge and rethink our engagement with the world.
From native bird calls to sonic visualisations of public space, the inaugural swag of finalists for the Fivex Art Prize will capture the imagination of commuters at billboard proportions.
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