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How Australian artists are reinterpreting colonial sculptures

Artist intervention, truth telling, and public discussion is a step in the right direction to shed light on colonialist monuments.

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Creating great interiors, one space at a time

Creativity and practicality combine in TAFE SA’s interior design courses.


New course re-setting future of public art

Monash University’s new course in Public Art arms artists, architects, designers and curators for success in the nuanced landscape of…


The Photography Masters connecting global creatives

The PSC Masters course is unique in Australia boasting a personalised and highly flexible approach .


Degree that busts myths around artists’ employability

A new Bachelor of Visual Arts underpins studio-based practice with immersive professional ‘real life’ career skills.


Extra $241M for arts precinct redevelopment

Improved disability access and acoustics, as well as upgraded back of house facilities, are part of an overhaul of Arts…

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‘Sculpting’ a plan, ‘igniting’ an economy

The recent Parliamentary Inquiry into the Arts has plenty to ignite passions and inspire change.

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Environmental art with activist bite

As world leaders struggle to put climate change up front, we look at artists whose work shows they are miles…


Opportunities and awards wrap

Call outs for editor residency, the Marten Bequest Scholarship, plus winners of the Bowen Photography Prize, SBS Emerging Writers' Competition…


Exhibition review: Tales from the Greek

An imaginative response to classic Greek tragedies.

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