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Placemaking gets a boost in South Australia

A new fund aims to support arts organisations to build a better culture of placemaking in Port Adelaide Enfield.

L-R: Fashion designer Irene Robinson, CIAF Artistic Director Francoise Lane, and CIAF curatorial associate Teho Ropeyarn celebrate the program launch of CIAF's 15th anniversary season. Assorted artworks by the artists from Wik & Kugu Art Centre. Photo: Supplied. Robinson is a woman with short grey hair wearing a black dress with a large necklace that has pompoms attached to it. Lane is a woman with curly grey hair, a warm smile, holding a carved crocodile artwork. Ropeyarn is a man with dark brown hair and a trimmed beard, kneeling beside two more wooden carved artworks, including another crocodile and a dog. The three of them are posed in a light-filled, outdoor space.
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Country Speaking at Indigenous art fair's 15th anniversary

The Cairns Indigenous Art Fair heralds its 15th year with anniversary celebrations unveiled.

Exterior view of art building with clear blue sky. AGNSW
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AGNSW's buildings finally renamed

The Art Gallery of NSW has formally adopted Aboriginal names for its two buildings.

Fantasy underwater scene with trees. Gerry Wedd.
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Video ideal for touring to boost regional engagement

A new initiative by the Art Gallery of South Australia takes leading contemporary digital media works to the regions.

An elderly Japanese woman with bright red hair sits among multicoloured wall hangings and artworks.
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Yayoi Kusama next up for 2024 NGV summer exhibition

Melbourne's first major retrospective of Japan's famed nonagenarian artist is heading to the NGV next summer.

Formal group of people. MCA Australia
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MCA welcomes 20 millionth visitor

A teacher is the 20 millionth visitor to MCA Australia, reaffirming the Museum's value as a resource for future generations.

The front facade of REDSEA Gallery in Margaret River, housed inside a century-old building. Photo: Supplied. A black shed-like building taken from the outside. Leading up into the space is a long ramp with shrubs at the front. Inside the space are paintings showing through the gallery windows on both sides.
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A plethora of gallery activities

New galleries, reopenings and pop-ups, plus an Australian gallery to exhibit First Nations art in New York.

man and woman sitting back to back looking at their phones. News.
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This week's arts news and trending topics

We break it – you read it. This week's top arts news stories.

Woman with blue dress in sculpture garden. National Gallery
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$60 million revitalisation for National Gallery Sculpture Garden

National Gallery of Australia has announced a Sculpture Garden Design Competition to bring this asset into the 21st century.

Chair by Andrew Carvolth, who will be showing works as part of Craft Victoria’s Conscious Craft initiative. Photo: Supplied. A aluminium chair constructed out of seperate aluminium bars. It is placed against a green background next to a blue tool rack and lit brightly.
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Conscious Craft takes the charge on sustainability

Craft Victoria will launch Conscious Craft aimed at spotlighting and championing innovative craft practices with sustainability in mind.

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