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Cyclone Tracy - 50 Years On. A bearded man in a blue shirt and trousers, leans on a stair handrail in a gallery space. Behind him are flats with images on, most clearly a large tree surrounded by debris of corrugated iron following a cyclone.
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50 years later, this is how Darwin remembers Cyclone Tracy

The Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory presents Cyclone Tracy — 50 Years On.

Miscellaneous organic objects as an artwork in a white gallery setting.
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A prize that rethinks the art/science connection

Two decades on, and the way we consider the nexus of science and art has changed dramatically, as evidenced by…

Waverley 150+. A black and white photograph of a brick factory with 'Waverley Mills' printed on a wall.
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Waverley 150+ exhibition: celebrating Tasmania's first commercial woollen factory

Design Tasmania is hosting Waverley 150+ as an evolving exhibition.

Exhibition view of Torres Strait Islands culture with colourful fish made from coconuts
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Exhibition review: Eastern Threads, Perc Tucker Regional Gallery

Curated by Gail Mabo, this welcoming exhibition celebrates the lived culture of Eastern Torres Strait Islands.

Nani Puspasari. Image is a ceramic of an orange creature with a facemask like appearance, little legs and arms.
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Exhibition review: Nani Puspasari, Manningham Art Gallery

Chinese-Indonesian artist Nani Puspasari weaves a vibrant universe between childhood and adulthood.

Exhibition view of hanging organic paper paintings. Neoterica
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Exhibition review: Neoterica, Adelaide Festival

20 artists and 20 writers commissioned in a celebration of South Australian contemporary art.

Blue bench with white text painted on it in a gallery setting.
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Exhibition review: Yucky, Adelaide Contemporary Experimental

A timely exhibition that explores notions of agency and choice by artists living with disability.

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Exhibition review: Ten Thousand Suns, 24th Biennale of Sydney

An exhibition shaped by global connections and new learnings – a refreshing edition of the Biennale of Sydney.

Group of artists sitting outside building.
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12 artists offered studios in Sydney’s west

A career defining opportunity has been announced for 12 artists in new studio spaces in Sydney's west.

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.

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