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Landmark exhibition honours LGBTIQA+ veterans

For former servicepeople who did not see a place for themselves in the armed forces, this celebration of their stories…


Sidney Nolan’s never-before-seen Auschwitz paintings

Revealing works made by iconic painter Sidney Nolan that document the Holocaust, and impacted the rest of his career.

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Meet MAGNT’s new Director

Strong experience with blockbuster exhibitions and a close eye on Indigenous art and culture inform Adam Worrall’s views.

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Some practical steps to truth-telling in museums

Calls for First Nations truth-telling are growing louder in Australian politics. What does that look like within the museum sector?

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Making art heard for vision impaired audiences

Galleries and museums could be doing more through co-design and collaboration to expand access for blind and low vision audiences.

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What every museum reveals about past, present and future

Museums have important roles across multiple timespans, according to futurist and museum director Kristin Alford.

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Daniel Boyd's art overturns accepted white Australian history

Daniel Boyd's new solo exhibition at AGNSW not only interrogates Australia's colonial history but transfers First Nations knowledge to audiences.


TMAG's new Director is a scientist who loves art

Introducing Mary Mulcahy, the new Director at Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, who wants to put community first.

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Exit Interview: Daryl Karp AM, Museum of Australian Democracy

After nine years in the role, the Director of the Museum of Australian Democracy (MoAD) is moving on.


Can copyright protect immersive art?

Japanese immersive powerhouse teamLab is no stranger to copyright disputes but the booming art form is still a difficult subject…

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