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Three people looking inside cardboard box structure in Museum. Models.

Teaching models for physical learning in our digital world

From giant eyeballs to inedible fungi and architectural models – this exhibition looks at the history of teaching models.

Photograph of Australian bush with white birds and artwork in landscape.

$1.2 million boost for public art recognising women

The Victorian Government has committed funds to public art focused on women in Victoria.

Black twisted wave like sculpture suspended from ceiling in gallery setting. Lucy Irvine.

Exhibition review: Materiality...but not as we know it, CMAG

Thought-provoking exhibition looks at materiality and function.

Red coloured photographic portrait of a man from mid 19th century. Gauguin
Opinions & Analysis

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…

‘Firelight Labyrinth’ underneath Marvel Stadium, as part of Firelight Festival. Photo: ArtsHub. A dark underground carpark space filled with volumetric displays of LED lights, glowing in light blue.

Immersive experience review: Firelight Labyrinth, Marvel Stadium

A visual and audio experience inspired by the Greek myth of Theseus delivers on some fronts, but falls behind competitors.

‘Joke Taxonomy’, installation view at 138 Gallery. Photo: Supplied. A brown wooden panelled gallery space with readymade objects including a pair of pink Dino chairs, a litter box, and a small trophy.

Exhibition review: Joke Taxonomy, 138 Gallery

Here, humour comes easily but the provocation lingers.

Exterior of old building with contemporary mirror entry. The Potter.

The Potter announces reopening exhibition for 2025

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


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.

There are four iillustrations by the artist Alphonse Mucha. Two smaller pictures sit on top of each other and two bigger pictures are on either side.

Exhibition review: Alphonse Mucha: Spirit of Art Nouveau, Art Gallery of New South Wales

This comprehensive exhibition showcases 200 Mucha works, from posters to sculpture, jewellery and more.

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.

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