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Six Asian artists stand or sit next to the products of their ceramic practice.

Blue and white porcelain reimagined by 14 contemporary artists

Expect the unexpected when 14 Asian Australian ceramic artists come together to reinvent the classic blue and white piece of…

Textile artist Danny Amazonas standing in front of his large-scale quilt work. Photo: Courtesy of the artist. A middle-aged Asian man wearing glasses with yellow lenses and a gray t-shirt stnading in front of a large quilt work depicting a seaturtle surrounded by fish. The piece is vibrant and colourful.

Master quilter brings awareness to endangered species

The Taiwanese artist and quilter, Danny Amazonas, will make a stop in Australia at the Sydney Craft & Quilt Fair.

Two people hold up a large textile work in an outdoor setting.

Craft as a universal language: IOTA 2024 reveals lead artists and theme

The Indian Ocean Craft Triennial returns for its second WA edition to channel the diversity and communicative powers of craft.

Rhodes. Image is a surreal piece of art in a golden frame, a picture of a young woman in a black cloak holding a closed fan in a red gloved hand. Her face is painted blue, yellow and white and there is a perspex or glass box around her head. She is standing in front of a block of flats.

Exhibition review: Katrina Rhodes and Stefano Ives, Fortyfivedownstairs

Two virtuosos of Australian surrealist art share a gallery in Melbourne’s CBD with captivating results.

Photo: Alex Green, Pexels. Mother and daughter knitting together.

Our biggest knitting stories for World Wide Knit in Public Day

ArtsHub's top five knitting stories, from twiddle muffs to ways to save.

So you want my arts job. A woman holding an armful of basketry materials smiles at the camera.
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So you want my arts job: Wearable Art and Fibre Artist

The fibre and wearable pieces of Sunshine Coast-based artist Karen Lynch can be seen across festivals and competitions. Here is…

Ruth Maddison, ‘An abundance of caution’, on view at SECCA. Photo: Supplied.

Not your inspirational quote – the dark and humorous side of text in craft

Artists working with text in craft are interrogating the usage of language through humour in dark times.

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.

‘Fit for a King’ by Monique Chiari, featuring a pup on opening night of ‘PET SHOP’ at Craft Victoria. Photo: Michael Pham, courtesy of Craft Victoria. A small black dog with curly fur wearing a white shirt on an oversized purple chair.

5 chairs by artist designers to check out

From the funky to the extraterrestrial, these are functional art pieces that you can sit, lounge or relax on.

Gallery gift shop. Wooden box opened to reveal a brass sextant inside.

Exit through the gift shop

There's an undeniable link between the art and the commercial in gallery stores. ArtsHub takes a look at some of…

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