Search News

See all news
StarsStarsStarsStarsStars

Exhibition review: Tarnanthi

Large scale installation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art 'comes forth and appears.'

Person on a couch illustrating on a tablet
Aggregations

The new resurgence in tablet art

Cheap and accessible, tablet art is trending thanks to lockdowns and COVID.

StarsStarsStarsStarsStars

Exhibition review: The Slow Cancellation of the Future

The Apocalypse never looked so enticing

Sponsored

A Northern Queensland story to balance the scales

The National Museum of Australia purchased over 400 artworks by Far North Queensland artists, for a major exhibition with Indigenous…

A sun sets behind a mountain on a desert world, a robed figure is in the foreground.
Opinions & Analysis

How games can become our greatest artform

At his recent keynote at Melbourne International Games Week, Albert Chessa argued that there was a way for games to…

StarsStarsStarsStarsStars

Exhibition review: William Robinson: Nocturne

An intriguing, seductive survey of paintings, drawings and prints that evoke ideas of night and darkness.

StarsStarsStarsStarsStars

Exhibition review: Pragma: Perils and Passions, Lost Eden Creative, WA

A showcase of love in all its permutations.

StarsStarsStarsStarsStars

Exhibitions review: Innovation and the Mandurah 9x5 Art Prize, WA

Deborah Zibah’s solo exhibition of large scale abstract art is perfectly balanced by the community-compiled collection of 9x5 boards.

StarsStarsStarsStarsStars

Exhibition review: Love in Bright Landscapes, PICA, WA

A multi-artist showcase of differences and commonalities between two seemingly disparate locations.

a crowd at an outside arts event
Features

Regional arts audiences evolve with the pandemic

Some of regional Australia's arts venues have seen visitation grow over the past 18 months, but is it true for…

1 2 3 4 7