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A painting of three young boys with their backs to us. The first one has a red and blue T-shirt and blue shorts. The other two are bare chested with dark-coloured shorts.

Artist-First art prize offers more support and fewer restrictions

The Basil Sellers Art Prize is pioneering cultural change in art prize practice with its Artist-First approach.

Image is a blue pencil drawing on paper of three dogs fighting a boar.

How 65,000 years of culture can inform contemporary questions of identity

Every year the Cairns Art Gallery hosts exhibitions of Indigenous artists to coincide with CIAF. In 2024, a diversity of…

A man in black is in the centre of a room surrounded by people. He's standing by a painting. There are other paintings around the room.

An online hub for creatives that supports and promotes artists

.ART is the domain that brings artists together and connects them with a wide international audience.

Experience ‘Sunrise Journeys’ at Ayers Rock Resort, Uluṟu. Photo: Supplied. First break of dawn with Uluṟu in the background among the desert environment.

A sunrise like no other – wonders of Country shared through Indigenous agency

Aṉangu artists share their deep connection to Country in a bespoke sunrise experience designed to captivate and entrance in Uluṟu.

Selma Coultard and Mervyn Rubuntja at the Desert Mob Symposium 2023. Photo: Rhett Hammerton. A dark-skinned Aboriginal man with a short grey beard gestures with his left hand while holding a microphone in his right hand, into which he is speaking. He wears a brown hat, brown jacket and tan-coloured slacks. A brown-skinned Aboriginal woman wearing glasses, with her hair hair held back by a headscarf, sits to his right, but she is not the main focus of the photograph. The two sit beneath a screen, suggesting they are speaking on stage together.

Culture keeps the fire burning at Desert Mob

Desert Mob ignites Mparntwe/Alice Springs with First Nations pride and supports ethical purchasing of artworks alongside diverse programming.


Exhibition focuses on a next generation of Torres Strait Island artists

Curatorial collaboration celebrates diversity of new making and greater exposure at NorthSite Contemporary Arts.

Theatrical group on stage

Life’s too short not to be creative – so take a course

Take the next step, and give your creative passion more time with a short course at TAFE SA.

Ngaanyatjarra Land, artists from L-R: Nyungawarra Ward, Dorcas Tinamayi Bennett, Cynthia Burke, Delilah Shepherd and Nancy Nyanyarna Jackson. Photo: Jason Thomas. Image: Courtesy of Warakurna Artists. Five large-scale paintings held up by artists in the Australian desert landscape with a blue skyline in the background.

Aboriginal art fair rides the wave of global ambition

ArtsHub speaks with Shilo McNamee of Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair on future ambitions and the highlights of this year’s flagship…

Hornsby Art Prize. Image is of a blond haired white man in his 30s holding a bunch of flowers and standing in front of his painting, which depicts a young woman lying across a red armchair with big gold hooped earrings, rolled up brown trousers, a green and white crop top and high heeled brown and white zebra print shoes, with various hands and arms reaching in from the edges of the frame holding balloons, striking a match, making gestures at her. She looks off to the right.

The validation of being judged by your peers

The Hornsby Art Prize is a gift for artists, offering so much more than simply the financial rewards, says last…

Canberra Museum and Gallery. A group of metal cylinders in shades of bronze and blue patina are grouped against a white brick wall. The one on the far left is bubbly at the top as if it has been underwater or in an acid bath.

The slippery nexus between sculpture and design and the agency of materials

Canberra Museum and Gallery has a new exhibition: Materiality… but not as we know it.

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