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Exhibition review: Imants Tillers: As soon as tomorrow

Art that asks - when will the answers come?

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Arts podcasts we’ve escaped to in 2021

After another big year of ups and downs, we can find refuge and entertainment in arts podcasts from 2021.


Opportunities and awards wrap

Call outs for Darwin Fringe and CinenfestOZ Festival plus winners of the Koori Mail Indigenous Art Award, Balnaves Foundation Fellow,…


Emerging biennial's new take on cross-cultural dialogue

The inaugural Hyphenated Biennial brings together First Nations and Asian diasporic artists in a multi-faceted dialogue.


APT10 delivers mature connections

The spirit of intellectual equality with which APT began in 1993 only becomes more relevant and compelling in APT10.

Opinions & Analysis

How blockbusters can usher new thinking

Blockbusters offer a voltage of ideas between past and present, so how is a pandemic model ushering a new way…


Exhibition review: The view from Here, AGWA

A celebration of over 230 WA artists: an eclectic survey of where we have been and where we are now.

Career Advice

Getting noticed, a letter to an emerging creative

Decorated arts writer/critic Andrew Wood wrote a series of open letters to creatives with this one focussing on getting noticed.


The art prize for women that keeps on giving

Australia’s highest value prize for women artists is calling for entries, so give your studio practice that much needed career…

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The fashion of liberation and empowerment

The Chanel exhibition opens as a timely reminder of the moment when, led by Gabrielle Chanel, women revolted against convention.

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