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Get ready for the next decade of arts and culture in WA

WA’s 10 Year Vision planned to be unveiled in 2024, while new $80,000 grant opportunities and a major build are…

So you want my arts job. Museum Shipkeeper.

So you want my arts job: Museum Shipkeeper

The gallery and museum sector is home to some of the most specialised jobs. ArtsHub takes a look at one…

First Nations garments. Image is a row of scarves hanging down and depicting kitsch images of Aboriginal people and culture.

How First Nations artists are reclaiming colonial objects and celebrating culture through garments

While 'Aboriginalia' and 'Koori Kitsch' are popular terms, 'First Nations garmenting' is an emerging trend adopted by many artists whose…

mentor. Two women stand side by side in an artist's studio. They are looking at the camera and smiling, wearing black tops with orange/red aprons over the top.
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Me and my mentor: Oakey and Catherine Truman

Paired as part of the groundbreaking Guildhouse Catapult mentorship program, these two South Australian visual artists talk about their process.

Archie Moore, ‘Fredrick Noel Clevens and Valerie Jean Moore’ in ‘kith and kin’, 2024. Found photograph, Australia Pavilion, Venice Biennale 2024. Graphic design Žiga Testen and Stuart Geddes. Image: Courtesy of the Artist and The Commercial. © the artist Heavily edited old photographs with high contrasts of black, grey and white. On the left is a figure taken from the chest up, whose head is completely blacked out. On the right is a full body portrait of someone wearing a white dress, the head also completely blacked out, standing against a suburban landscape.

Themes revealed for Archie Moore’s presentation at Venice Biennale

Moore will use his solo presentation at the Australia Pavilion to explore identity, ancestry, and revive First Nations languages.

LEGO build of Hong Kong street view. Photo: Hong Lin, Unsplash. A street view built from LEGO featuring a road with different cars, and densely stacked buildings.

10 mind-blowing LEGO creations on Instagram

From emotive storytelling to gravity-defying creations, these Instagram accounts are exemplifying the possibilities of LEGO.

Photo: Matheus Bertelli, Pexel. A boy is pointing a flashlight onto a board stuck with newspaper snippets in a dark room. There are fairy lights across the board, emitting a blue and red hue.

This week's arts news and trending topics

We break it – you read it. This week's top arts news stories.

aerial picture of art museum in Bali.

Reasons to travel: 9 new art galleries opening this year

The global art gallery landscape is always growing. ArtsHub takes a look at its latest additions.

Installation view, 'Dawn Ng: Avalanche', Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, 2024. Image: Courtesy of the artist and Sullivan+Strumpf. Photo: Carl Warner. A video still against a black background that depicts a ice block coloured in different shades and melting.

Exhibition review: Dawn Ng: Avalanche, Institute of Modern Art

A single-channel video that can evoke different emotions and interpretations.

Close up of artwork of a white female chest, with eyes in the place of nipples.

Exhibition review: From The Other Side, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art

Local and international works focus on the fear of the monstrous-feminine.

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