Exhibition Review: Fiona Foley, Veiled Paradise, QUT Art Musuem
Foley's 30-year survey offers a connection to land, lust and desire weaves through the collection.
Photography teaches us how to capture a world in flux
Spanning eight weeks and an entire city, the Ballarat International Foto Biennale investigates photography’s power to communicate, engage and connect.
Opportunities and Awards Wrap
Call outs for Australia’s largest sci-fi writing prize, regional NSW scholarship, and young curators program. Winners announced for Melbourne Art…
How museums could light up and display more of the world’s precious objects for longer
Emrah Baki Ulas explores how new advances in lighting technology can improve museum displays for visitors while also addressing preservation.
How a community residency is fuelling artistic diversity
More than 30 independent artists from underrepresented backgrounds have been propelling their practices in a tumultuous year thanks to the…
Persistence pays off: Green light for Newcastle Art Gallery's $35.6M expansion
After two knock-backs, and 16-years of lobbying, Newcastle Art Gallery gets green light for $35.6M expansion project, which will double…
Unpacking ableism and challenging excellence: why disability arts needs a platform, not a box
Undercover Artist Festival's Madeleine Little explains why we need to get rid of boxes completely.
ICYMI: the week's top arts news
From an Indigenous writing symposium to festival cancellations, here's the arts news you may have missed this week.
Fourth RISE round announced: $40 million to 82 orgs
While the roll out of $40M to the sector is welcomed, there are growing inconsistencies and warnings demonstrated in the…
Review: ‘Outlines’ is a lockdown gift from Sydney Opera House
Four substantial new digital works from Australia, the UK and Korea are freely available to stream. Chris Boyd applauds the…