Is Carriageworks cutting its visual arts programming?
After a prolonged financial struggle, Carriageworks is again looking at staff redundancies and reduced programming. But CEO Fergus Linehan assures…
Potential Griffith University Art Museum closure
The future of Griffith University Art Museum is uncertain as pressures for faculty expansion have led to a rethink of…
Question the Space: a playful invitation to look, think and connect with art
A colourful exhibition of works by 11 Australian and international artists invites audiences to look beyond the white cube and…
Exhibition review: Paul Knight: L'ombre de ton ombre, MUMA
Paul Knight’s solo exhibition brings into focus the role of chance in human connection.
Education in brief: looking ahead to fresh arts learning in 2024
The NGV launches its program for teachers and students in 2024, while the Sydney Opera House reveals offerings for young…
Sydney gets a Turbine Hall, with 2024 Biennale venue reveal
Having a Turbine Hall put London on the global map, now Sydney will also have one for contemporary art –…
Swelling interest in Pacific arts
Seven concurrent exhibitions and initiatives turn the spotlight on Pacific art – and offer a deep dive into greater connection.
The power of portraiture and human connection
The Lester Prize encourages submissions to explore the depths and reaches of identity expressed through portraiture.
Q&A: Susi Muddiman on her move from Tweed to HOTA
After 16 years at the helm of Tweed Regional Gallery, the gallery director heads to the glitz of the Gold…
Exhibition review: Melanie Hava: Bugan Mungan, Cairns Art Gallery
A must-see nine-metre long painting by one of Tropical North Queensland’s celebrated artists.