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Three female artists stand in front of their artwork in the Woolloongabba Art Gallery.
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Her Work: highlighting women’s achievements this International Women’s Day

This International Women’s Day, five Brisbane artists explore women’s agency within Australian society at the Woolloongabba Art Gallery.

Woman in black dress sweeping up sand artwork in old building
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Exhibition review: Dana Awartani, Samstag Museum of Art, Adelaide

An undoubted highlight of the Adelaide Festival visual arts program, this exhibition explores creation and erasure.

Brightly coloured contemporary ceramic vessels. Ebony Russell.
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Craft and design curators on artists to watch

From fashion to ceramics to drones – these artists have caught the eyes of curators this year.

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Exhibition review: Adelaide Biennial: Inner Sanctum, AGSA

Forcing a rethink of how we view exhibitions, José Da Silva's Adelaide Biennial plays off our 'Inner Sanctum'.

Candice Lin, ‘Lithium Sex Demons in the Factory’, 2023. Photo: Izzy Leung. A spaced washed in red lights with large-scale oval vessels standing on rustic platforms. It appears to be underground, with a foreboding ambience. To be shown at MUMA.
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MUMA 2024 exhibition calendar announced

Up next at MUMA: a powerhouse designer, entangled histories, performative exhibition and collective networks.

Artist Sayoko Suwabe in a small blue paddling pool scraping off the paint on one of her portraits. Uncertain Contours of Images. Sayoko Suwabe.
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Exhibition review: Uncertain Contours of Images: Sayoko Suwabe, SOL Gallery

Japanese artist Sayoko Suwabe mixes paint with performance art.

Abstract painting in reds and yellow and green. Lesley Dumbrell.
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Talking about winter blockbusters already…

The Art Gallery of NSW has announced its major exhibition program for 2024, including incredible Art Nouveau works from Alphonse…

Anniversaries. Sculpture of big silver pillow on crowded beach.
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Who's celebrating significant anniversaries in 2024?

Surviving in the arts is hard. ArtsHub speaks with organisations celebrating significant anniversaries this year.

L-R: Project Alchemy artist Sue Norman and Colleen Weir, collaborators on 'Nye River of Life'. Norman has short grey hair and she is holding up the cover of her book, featuring rows of different colours. Weir is speaking and gesturing towards the book. They are booth sitting down behind a table covered with black cloth.
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Making space for collective healing through the regions

Rebus Theatre brought together 15 artists to embark on collective journeys to help heal bushfire-devastated communities.

Sturt. Black and white image of several woman and a male teacher learning woodworking techniques.
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Australia’s oldest craft gallery and studios facing closure

Sturt Gallery and Studios has closed doors as it undergoes a review for its future viability.

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