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Wu-Tang Clan’s ultra-rare album-as-artwork comes to Mona

Originally sold for US$2 million, the ultra-exclusive ‘Once Upon a Time in Shaolin’ is coming to Mona, and fans have…

Cressida Campbell. Image is a still life painting of vases on a table with spindly flowers in them, a bowl and an apple. On the wall behind are parts of three Japanese prints.
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Exhibition review: Cutting Through Time – Cressida Campbell, Margaret Preston, and the Japanese Print, Geelong Gallery

An examination of the influence of Japanese woodblock prints on two prominent Australian artists.

So you want my arts job. A woman holding an armful of basketry materials smiles at the camera.
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So you want my arts job: Wearable Art and Fibre Artist

The fibre and wearable pieces of Sunshine Coast-based artist Karen Lynch can be seen across festivals and competitions. Here is…

Installation view of ‘100 Circles’ presented by Revival Projects on display from 23 May – 26 May at Warehouse 2 Revival Projects in Melbourne Design Week 2024. Photo: Tim Carrafa. A run-down brick house shown from the entry way with 100 timbre urns inside.
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Melbourne Design Week launches inside Australia’s only inner city timber mill

Revival Projects channels the ethos of zero footprint in the circle of life, plus insights from 2024 Melbourne Design Week…

‘DESTINY’, installation view at The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia, 2020-21. Photo: Tom Ross.
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First Nations multimedia artist and political activist dies aged 67

Mob and arts sector colleagues mourn the loss of the renowned First Nations artist.

Muhubo Sulieman. Photo: Supplied. A young woman wearing a colourful purple, pink and yellow headscarf, sitting on the grass and weaving. She is in a joyful mood, smiling and working.
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Fashioning a memory

Discover the hidden tales of African diasporic textile artists that reveal unique cultural influences and creative processes.

Canberra Museum and Gallery. A group of metal cylinders in shades of bronze and blue patina are grouped against a white brick wall. The one on the far left is bubbly at the top as if it has been underwater or in an acid bath.
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The slippery nexus between sculpture and design and the agency of materials

Canberra Museum and Gallery has a new exhibition: Materiality… but not as we know it.

Ruth Maddison, ‘An abundance of caution’, on view at SECCA. Photo: Supplied.
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Not your inspirational quote – the dark and humorous side of text in craft

Artists working with text in craft are interrogating the usage of language through humour in dark times.

Esther Forest, ‘The Pet Shop’, 2023 single channel video with audio, on view at 2024 Hatched National Graduate Show at PICA. Photo: Courtesy of the artist. Still from a video work featuring a cartoonish figure on the phone in a room with blue and purple lighting, filled with posters of animals.
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Which graduate artists have got their fingers on the pulse?

Over 20 graduate artists are showing the critical topics they have chosen to engage with at PICA’s 2024 Hatched: National…

‘Fit for a King’ by Monique Chiari, featuring a pup on opening night of ‘PET SHOP’ at Craft Victoria. Photo: Michael Pham, courtesy of Craft Victoria. A small black dog with curly fur wearing a white shirt on an oversized purple chair.
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5 chairs by artist designers to check out

From the funky to the extraterrestrial, these are functional art pieces that you can sit, lounge or relax on.

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