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ArtsHub speaks with $100,000 Ramsay Art Prize winner, Kate Bohunnis

South Australian artist Kate Bohunnis has won the Ramsay with a kinetic sculpture that explores the oscillation between function and…

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Charting a region impacted by COVID, we look at the 10th Asia Pacific Triennial

QAGOMAs Head of Asian and Pacific Art reflects on a trajectory of change – and more recent COVID impacts –…

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Revisiting the DNA by taking the curatorial helm

Two new collection displays herald significant changes for the National Gallery of Australia while tapping into the gallery’s collecting DNA…

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Exhibition Review: Solid Gold: Artists from Paradise, Hota Gallery

An impressive collection hang speaks to a legacy of patronage, while the inaugural exhibition Solid Gold celebrates local artists -…

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Vale Ku Ku Imidiji man Arone Meeks, Chair of Cairns Indigenous Art Fair

Boomalli co-founder, teacher, Indigenous health care activist, and internationally collected Queensland artist, Arone Meeks has died aged 64. He leaves…

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The Northern Territory’s newest arts festival

A new festival in Ali Curung offers great opportunities to see inside Arlpwe Art and Culture Centre including meeting artists…

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Exhibition Review: She-Oak and Sunlight, NGV Australia

This exhibition of much-loved Australian Impressionism embeds women and First Peoples in the male-dominated historic narrative, and will knock your…

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Curatoriums are the new programming superpower

As the Biennale of Sydney unveils its new curatorium, we look at shifting exhibition models in a post-pandemic rethink, as…

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Bridging the art/sport divide with creative energy

A new exhibition turns to themes of race, gender, technique and agency, to break down the silos of culture and…

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Where cultural tourism and a national botanic art prize meet

With an eye on conservation, a new art prize in Western Australia radically reframes botanic art through a contemporary lens.…

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