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Landmark museums announce construction updates

Spearheading new futures, the Art Gallery of New South Wales (AGNSW), upcoming National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) Contemporary, and Powerhouse…

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Commercial galleries prosper against the odds

Four major commercial galleries across Australia share how they have been riding the wave of a market boom with uniquely…

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New galleries forefront First Nations artists for opening commissions

There has been a rise in public art commissions that place First Nations artists forefront of new gallery builds, extending…

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The real story of COVID's impact on QLD regional galleries

Museums & Galleries Queensland Rebekah Butler reveals some hidden tolls of the pandemic in her state.

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63 orgs share $20M in latest RISE round

A new Australian musical based on cult 90s TV series Round the Twist is among the projects to be funded.

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Are arts workers at risk in compulsory vax policies?

ArtsHub speaks with peak arts organisations about the new territory of vaccination policies, including potential legalities, insurance premiums, HR and…

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Australian undercurrents: Why curators are (still) fixated on water

In case you haven’t noticed, Australia’s visual art scene is experiencing waves. ArtsHub dives into these watery synergies.

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Exhibition review: Bridget Currie - Message from the Meadow, ACE Open, Adelaide

The clay pieces are noted as being organic, abstract forms made intuitively by the artist and described as 'things that…

Ben Quilty The Beach, installation view Tolano Galleries, 2021.
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The exhibition no one saw – artists speak on coping with closures

With so many exhibitions cancelled, ArtsHub spoke to artists about the knock-on effects of gallery closures, and the toll it's…

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Exhibition review: Jacobus Capone, Beating Heart, Fremantle Arts Centre

A solo exploration into human and environmental fragility.

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