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Red coloured photographic portrait of a man from mid 19th century. Gauguin
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Everything other than Gauguin: addressing the dilemma

We listen, we learn, we ponder, we argue with ourselves and, hopefully by the end of it, we gain a…

Exterior of old building with contemporary mirror entry. The Potter.
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The Potter announces reopening exhibition for 2025

The Potter Museum of Art will reopen in 2025 with an epic rewriting of art history.

Painting of man with long hair and t-shirt in big brushstrokes by Laura Jones.
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Who are the 2024 Archibald, Wynne and Sulman winners?

Another female artist wins this year’s Archibald Prize, with a great portrait by Laura Jones of author Tim Winton.

Image is a sarcophagus in a display of Egyptian artefacts.
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Museum takes a stand on displaying body parts

The University of Sydney’s Chau Chak Wing Museum has chosen to remove mummified body parts from display.

Fondation Cartièr. A man of Indigenous appearance is wearing a brightly coloured purple, pink and turquoise shirt with short sleeves, has his arms crossed and is leaving against a wall smiling at the camera.
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Thinking bigger: talking First Nations partnerships with Fondation Cartier

Fondation Cartier’s Hervé Chandès and artist Tony Albert talk about the role of trust when commissioning projects, and the importance…

Cyclone Tracy - 50 Years On. A bearded man in a blue shirt and trousers, leans on a stair handrail in a gallery space. Behind him are flats with images on, most clearly a large tree surrounded by debris of corrugated iron following a cyclone.
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50 years later, this is how Darwin remembers Cyclone Tracy

The Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory presents Cyclone Tracy — 50 Years On.

Waverley 150+. A black and white photograph of a brick factory with 'Waverley Mills' printed on a wall.
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Waverley 150+ exhibition: celebrating Tasmania's first commercial woollen factory

Design Tasmania is hosting Waverley 150+ as an evolving exhibition.

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Exhibition review: Ten Thousand Suns, 24th Biennale of Sydney

An exhibition shaped by global connections and new learnings – a refreshing edition of the Biennale of Sydney.

Group of artists sitting outside building.
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12 artists offered studios in Sydney’s west

A career defining opportunity has been announced for 12 artists in new studio spaces in Sydney's west.

Three female artists stand in front of their artwork in the Woolloongabba Art Gallery.
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Her Work: highlighting women’s achievements this International Women’s Day

This International Women’s Day, five Brisbane artists explore women’s agency within Australian society at the Woolloongabba Art Gallery.

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