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A crowd gathering outside No Vacancy. People standing outside with a glass window behind them with the words ‘NO VACANCY’.
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No Vacancy: a gallery hiding in plain sight

Located in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD, No Vacancy is driving a new type of art appreciation.

'Iris van Herpen: Sculpting the Senses' at Queensland Gallery of Modern Art. Photo: Supplied. A darkened room with mannequins displaying vibrant garments with floral patterns.
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Dutch designer’s leap of faith in Australia pays off

Dutch fashion designer Iris van Herpen first visited Australia for skydiving aged 17. Now the creative mastermind has brought a…

Painting of an eye and the iris is a sky with clouds. Magritte.
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Exhibition highlights for July – December

Hate the feeling of FOMO? Or thinking of travelling interstate? ArtsHub’s got you covered for exhibitions to visit during the…

Napier Waller Art Prize-winner 2024 Kat Rae, ‘Deathmin’ (detail), 2023, stacked paper, vinyl, plastic, leather, metal. Image: Supplied. Folders of paperwork stacked on top of each other against the wall, with a green army bag placed on top.
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How do artists and cultural institutions shape the conversation on war and conflict?

Kat Rae's powerful Prize-winning work furthers the discussion on how Australia considers conflict through art.

Woman with yellow shirt, glasses, and big earrings, smiling, in front of Aboriginal painting. Lisa Slade.
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Exit interview: AGSA's Lisa Slade on blurring the zones

For Lisa Slade education and curatorial leadership have always blurred. ArtsHub speaks with her on leaving the Art Gallery of…

Two young people (in their twenties) are looking at a large screen image of a colourful AI-generated artwork in a darkened museum gallery space.
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What AI means for museums, where big decisions loom large

AI is here and Australian cultural institutions must get in on the action, while also ensuring they can keep control…

Why is a Holden Torana next to a Henry Ottmann? Image: 'Namedropping' installation view at Mona. Photo: Mona/Jesse Hunniford. A car and a painting sit in juxtaposition across two starkly different exhibition spaces.
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Mona's big flex – how David Walsh wrote himself into the books

'Namedropping' is an all-consuming exhibition about questioning status, but by doing so, Mona owner David Walsh has cunningly bolstered his…

Night Trade at RISING 2024. Photo: Gianna Rizzo. People gathering in an alleyway where a bit screen is showing a white triangle with the word ‘up’. The image is saturated by red light.
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Has RISING risen only to face a future fall?

While celebrating record attendance and strong sales, RISING’s future still seems uncertain.

An art gallery wall covered with small paintings of all kinds. There are so many works it looks like an art prize exhibition.
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What a surge in art prize entrants reveals about arts participation in Australia

Many Australian art prizes are receiving record entries. The reasons behind this growth suggests some shifting dynamics are at play.

Nevada Art Trail. An installation in the desert with mountains in the background of a line of white concrete figures representing Christ and the disciples at the last supper. Only their cloaks are visible, the statues are empty.
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The Burner effect, part two – Nevada outdoor museums

ArtsHub continues its trek along the Nevada Art Trail and discovers a wild and wonderful range of outdoor art.

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