Exhibition Review: Tamara Dean, Ngununggula
Ngununggula’s inaugural exhibition turns to the self to navigate trauma and trepidation.
The new resurgence in tablet art
Cheap and accessible, tablet art is trending thanks to lockdowns and COVID.
Australia's newest regional gallery opens
Meaning belonging, Ngununggula is a creative hub long overdue for NSW's Southern Highlands.
Exhibition review: Love in Bright Landscapes, PICA, WA
A multi-artist showcase of differences and commonalities between two seemingly disparate locations.
Curating in COVID: challenges and wins
From Zoom installations to virtual media calls, curator Natalie King talks about curating an international exhibition mid-pandemic.
Exhibition review: Jacobus Capone, Beating Heart, Fremantle Arts Centre
A solo exploration into human and environmental fragility.
Numbers worth the risk: Doug and Matisse are on a plane for Sydney
Blockbusters – when the doors are open – are doing fantastic in COVID. We walk through the next two heading…
Opportunities and Awards Wrap
Call outs for the Helen Anne Bell Award for Women Poets, National Arts and Disability Awards, Australian Cultural Diplomacy Grants…
Exhibition Review: Fiona Foley, Veiled Paradise, QUT Art Musuem
Foley's 30-year survey weaves land, lust and desire through her far-ranging collection.
Photography teaches us how to capture a world in flux
Spanning eight weeks and an entire city, the Ballarat International Foto Biennale investigates photography’s power to communicate, engage and connect.