Exhibition review: Tyama
An immersive, multi-sensory experience that's grounded in First Peoples' knowledge of the natural world.
Landmark exhibition honours LGBTIQA+ veterans
For former servicepeople who did not see a place for themselves in the armed forces, this celebration of their stories…
Why are climate activists glueing themselves to paintings?
Climate activists are targeting priceless art to spread their message. Here's why the seemingly absurd act is more than a…
Exhibition review: Neighbourhood Earth
Tripping the light fantastic, an Interactive journey through the galaxy.
Sidney Nolan’s never-before-seen Auschwitz paintings
Revealing works made by iconic painter Sidney Nolan that document the Holocaust, and impacted the rest of his career.
Meet MAGNT’s new Director
Strong experience with blockbuster exhibitions and a close eye on Indigenous art and culture inform Adam Worrall’s views.
Exhibition review: Parallel Landscapes, Bundanon
A showcase of three exhibitions that reflect the Shoalhaven environment and the Australian bush.
Exhibition review: Doppelgänger and Zombies
Re-animated furniture for the living dead at The David Roche Foundation’s House Museum.
Boundary-pushing Indigenous Ceramic Award unveils 2022 finalists
Over 20 Indigenous artists will showcase the different possibilities of ceramics in the 2022 Indigenous Ceramic Award finalists’ exhibition at…
Some practical steps to truth-telling in museums
Calls for First Nations truth-telling are growing louder in Australian politics. What does that look like within the museum sector?