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L-R: Project Alchemy artist Sue Norman and Colleen Weir, collaborators on 'Nye River of Life'. Norman has short grey hair and she is holding up the cover of her book, featuring rows of different colours. Weir is speaking and gesturing towards the book. They are booth sitting down behind a table covered with black cloth.

Making space for collective healing through the regions

Rebus Theatre brought together 15 artists to embark on collective journeys to help heal bushfire-devastated communities.

Dragon dances at the NGV Lunar New Year Celebrations, taking place from 10 – 11 February at NGV International, Melbourne. Photo: Eugene Hyland. A peachy pink dragon puppet is held by dragon dancers inside the concrete walls of NGV’s Great Hall. They are surrounded by a big crowd of visitors.

2024 Lunar New Year events guide

A calendar of Australia-wide arts and cultural events to celebrate the Lunar New Year – Year of the Wood Dragon.

With One Voice choir members at the National Folk Festival 2023. Photo: With One Voice Australia. A group of choir members with diverse skin tones sitting and standing outside in front of a festival scenery with trees. A person is playing a guitar and another is conducting.

Community choir battling loneliness and isolation

People from all walks of life are encouraged to participate in local choirs to find their creative voice and improve…

Artist impression, Vietnamese Museum Australia. Image: Architecture render by Konzepte Melbourne, Supplied. A terracotta-coloured architecture shaped like a round-edged square. Text on the building says 'Vietnamese Museum Australia'. People are seen outside the museum with trees in the foreground and background of a urban landscape.

Vietnamese museum pitches for new site to secure future

After an unresolved dispute on its original proposed location in Victoria's Footscray, the Vietnamese Museum Australia is now being considered…

Asia Topa. Image is triptych; on the left is a person walking on water, draped in fishing net and with long yellow ropes coming from their head; in the middle is a woman all in white, with a white headdress and long white hair down her back, sitting on grey sand holding up a black cudgel shaped object; on the right is a woman in a green lush jungle wearing a flamboyant orange fringed costume and headdress.

Quarterly Asia TOPA series to launch ahead of 2025 festival

The first Asia TOPA Radar event will showcase works by the Pacific Sisters, Luke George and Daniel Kok, and Thukral…

asian australian. image is a graphic of two silhouetted heads with the tops opening like trapdoors, one with a small ladder leading up to it and the one on hte left with myriad ideas and a small woman holding a lightbulb bursting out and following the arrows to the other head in an illustration of knowledge sharing.

Knowledge sharing through Asian Australian studies

The Asian Australian Studies Research Network will present its biennial identities conference as part of this year’s OzAsia festival.

Image shows love hearts and hands, a drawing by kindergarten and year 1 students at Gymea North Primary School, showing in Every Step Counts and responding to 'Respectful Relationships'
Education & Student News

Kids' art and poetry exhibition at NSW Parliament House celebrates respectful relationships

Showcasing work by primary and secondary school students from 28 NSW public schools, the 'Every Step Counts' exhibition responds to…

Education & Student News

33 artists celebrated as regional art school marks a decade

Tweed Regional Gallery celebrates the Byron School of Art's 10-year anniversary with an exhibition of new and existing works by…


Over 200 buildings and events at Open House Melbourne

Building sneak peeks, immersive tours, workshops, exhibitions, 2000 ping pong balls and more at this year's event.