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Sydney Contemporary 2024 to return to Carriageworks 5-8 September. Photo: Supplied. Two figures wearing black in conversation, standing in front of a wall of black and white paintings.

Sydney Contemporary 2024 first reveal

Under new leadership, Sydney Contemporary announces the first 81 participating galleries for the 2024 edition.

Rosemary Laing (1959-2024). Photo: Courtesy of Tolarno Galleries. A Caucasian woman with flowing grey hair, wearing a black-rimmed glasses and a black windbreaker. The background appears to be a lake.

Vale Rosemary Laing

The celebrated Australian photo-based artist Rosemary Laing has died, with tributes flowing in from both home and abroad.

Sprung!! Integrated Dance Theatre Inc, recipient of Create NSW’s Arts and Cultural Funding Program. Photo: Thomas Oliver. Outdoor in a park setting, a group of eight ensemble members from Sprung lean on each other. They appear relaxed.

Opportunities and awards

International book prize now open, winners receive $100,000 thanks to Arts Impact WA, finalists of emerging artist award, and more!

Riverside Theatres. Image is a computer generated render of the seating in the stalls and circle of a large theatre space.

Winning design for $188 million Riverside Theatres redevelopment revealed

The creation of a new lyric theatre is expected to boost visitation numbers, while also attracting major musicals of scale.

A silver CD case is opened to display the rare 2-CD set it contains.

Wu-Tang Clan’s ultra-rare album-as-artwork comes to Mona

Originally sold for US$2 million, the ultra-exclusive ‘Once Upon a Time in Shaolin’ is coming to Mona, and fans have…

2024 First Nations Arts and Culture Awards recipients (l to r) Dean Brady, Tibian Wyles, Sara Prestwidge, Brenda Gifford, Uncle Badger Bates, Meleika Gresa. Photo: Supplied. A group of First Nations artists in front of a photo board with the Creative Australia logo and photos of First Nations performances.

Senior First Nations artists receive recognition for lifetime achievement

Uncle Badger Bates and Aunty Mabel Juli receive Red Ochre Award for Lifetime Achievement, while emerging First Nations excellence is…

A car backfiring on the road at night, a flash of flame emerging from its exhaust.

On the move: latest arts sector appointments

Our weekly wrap of Australian arts sector appointments.

Installation view of ‘100 Circles’ presented by Revival Projects on display from 23 May – 26 May at Warehouse 2 Revival Projects in Melbourne Design Week 2024. Photo: Tim Carrafa. A run-down brick house shown from the entry way with 100 timbre urns inside.

Melbourne Design Week launches inside Australia’s only inner city timber mill

Revival Projects channels the ethos of zero footprint in the circle of life, plus insights from 2024 Melbourne Design Week…

‘DESTINY’, installation view at The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia, 2020-21. Photo: Tom Ross.

First Nations multimedia artist and political activist dies aged 67

Mob and arts sector colleagues mourn the loss of the renowned First Nations artist.

A black and white photograph pf a young boy singing into a microphone in a recording studio.

This week’s arts news and trending topics

Our weekly wrap of the stories our readers loved as well as those you may have missed.

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