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Photo:, Pexels. Hands cutting out design drawings for project in a light-filled studio space. There are books and reference images on a wooden table.

5 books to gift your beloved crafters

Book recommendations for crafters and makers that include DIY with cat hair, resurgence of visible mending, writers on knitting and…

Portraits: a photographic portrait of two sisters pictured while looking into the camera while one has her arm around the other, set against a white background.

Portraits of the future cast light on 'truths' of today

Is the prevalence of AI shifting our perceptions of who we really are? A new exhibition speculates on these questions…

First Nations woman in red dress standing in gallery space with Torres Strait Island art. Gail Mabo.

In conversation: Gail Mabo on curating and legacy

Dancer cum choreographer cum artist, Gail Mabo turns her hand to curating as a way to share culture.

Fondation Cartièr. A man of Indigenous appearance is wearing a brightly coloured purple, pink and turquoise shirt with short sleeves, has his arms crossed and is leaving against a wall smiling at the camera.

Thinking bigger: talking First Nations partnerships with Fondation Cartier

Fondation Cartier’s Hervé Chandès and artist Tony Albert talk about the role of trust when commissioning projects, and the importance…

Two pairs of feet standing next to a sign on ground saying 'passion led us here'

Australian Resale Royalty Rights now extend internationally

In a long fought for win, Australian artists will be recognised internationally under the Resale Royalty Right Scheme.

Naminapu Maymuru-White, ‘Larrakitj Forest’, 2024, presented by Sullivan+Strumpf as part of Encounters, Art Basel Hong Kong 2024. Photo: ArtsHub. A dozen organic wood poles with black and white dotted paintings inside the convention centre.

16 bold and thoughtful installations by Asia Pacific artists at Art Basel Hong Kong 2024

Curated by Sydney Artspace Executive Director Alexie Glass-Kantor, the 'Encounters' series includes 11 new works by Australian and Asian artists.


7 climate inspired artworks that make you think

With the NGV Triennial soon to close, we take a look at some of the exhibition's inherent messages around climate…

A middle-aged woan with dark neck length wavy hair and dark rimmed glasses wears a dark shirt and jacket, smiles at the camera and holds a book. She is standing in a room with more books on a ledge next to her. Opportunities and awards.

Opportunities and awards

Call-outs aplenty, plus winners of the Indie Book Awards, and more!

Artist Judy Watson has a new exhibition at QAGOMA showcasing her career.

Stronger tomorrow: Judy Watson's career on show

A new exhibition showcases Judy Watson's remarkable 40-year career, with works intersecting memory, family and Country.

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Culture crisis – can NZ’s museums be saved?

Surfacing reports on the dire future for Aotearoa's cultural institutions only scratch the surface – Andrew Wood digs deeper to…

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