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Exhibition Review: Upending Expectations, Canberra Glassworks
An exhibition that pushes the reach and definitions of contemporary glass.
Exhibition review: Shakespeare to Winehouse
Over 80 portraits from 16th century to today on loan from the National Portrait Gallery London.
Triennial: a case for less is better in a complex world
Curator Hetti Perkins renews and extends our perceptions of Ceremony in her fourth Indigenous Triennial.
Delve into a weekend of festivities at the National Indigenous Art Triennial
With an opening weekend full of programming that welcomes all, the NGA’s 4th National Indigenous Art Triennial opens on 26…
Gallery carving space for Australia’s diverse young writers
The National Gallery of Australia’s digital mentorship program is helmed by those wanting to change the landscape for underrepresented arts…
Theatre review: Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are dead, Canberra REP Theatre
An absurd play perfectly aligned with the absurdity of our times.
$5.5M allocated for performing arts touring
$5.5 million for 16 creative projects visiting 151 locations around Australia has been allocated in the latest Playing Australia round.
Exhibition review: Jeffrey Smart, NGA
A celebratory survey of the artist's life work.
Understanding the year of glass in 2022
The cheat's guide to all things glass in Australia for 2022, from what’s hot, where to see it and where…
A new $316.5M First Nations cultural precinct announced
Ngurra will house a new home for the AIATSIS and a National Resting Place in the Parliamentary Triangle.