Is art and cultural history still relevant to the present?
From a First Nations lens to putting community-led conservation first, writer Vyshnavee Wijekumar examines the role of collections today, and…
NGA repatriates 14 objects to India, valued at over $3M
Updated policy overlays ethical lens on collecting, with implications for First Nations collections, and ushering a next chapter for National…
Galleries are our anchors amid COVID closures
Persistent, intermittent COVID gallery closures reveal what we miss most about their spaces and why they matter so much.
Exhibition Review: A Biography of Daphne, ACCA
Ovid's myth of Metamorphoses inspires many artistic iterations.
Exhibition Review: Vipoo Srivilasa: Wellness Deity, Linden New Art
Vipoo Srivilasa's exhibition at Linden New Art is a testament to the collaborative power of art.
Exit interview: Rachel Kent leaves MCA for Bundanon
After shaping the MCA's curatorial vision for two decades, Rachel Kent makes the leadership shift from Chief Curator to CEO…
The digital pivot that yielded $2.6M is back
The Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair will again be presented online this August, demonstrating that the switch to online can be…
Executive Assistant to five state gallery directors, Lindsay Brookes’ insights are golden
Retiring after 34-years at AGSA, Lindsay Brookes offers wisdoms on why organisational history is important, and the ‘sticky role an…
Exhibition Review: TarraWarra Biennial 2021: Slow Moving Waters
Australian artists explore ideas of slowness and the connection to Country.
What does ‘international’ mean post pandemic for exhibition programming
As Nina Miall takes up the role of Curator of International Art at QAGOMA, we talk to her about rethinking…