Who won this year's iconic Telstra NATSIAA?
Yolŋu artists continue to dominate NATSIAA, but weaver Margaret Rarru Garrawurra surprises with a powerful work for the top win
Travelling? Savour your time, don't network, says gallerist
After a whirlwind trip to Basel and Venice, MARS Director Andy Dinan offers her advice on how to make the…
The arts news you may have missed
What's on, what's in the headlines, and the latest program releases – to put you ahead of the game this…
Ever Present: a lesson on comparative histories
What can be learnt when First Peoples' art from Australia and Southeast Asia are placed in conjunction?
Exhibition review: Colin Lanceley Earthly Delights, NAS
Blurring painting and sculpture, Colin Lanceley’s retrospective maps the journey of Australian assemblage through a unique vision.
Exhibition review: Tyama
An immersive, multi-sensory experience that's grounded in First Peoples' knowledge of the natural world.
Vale Graham Oldroyd
With a passion for a global history of ceramics, Graham Oldroyd leaves a legacy from teaching to production to architectural…
Q&A: Waanyi artist Gordon Hookey on protest art
ArtsHub speaks with First Nations artist Gordon Hookey about his first survey exhibition, and the legacy of protest art.
Opportunities and awards
Saatchi launches new emerging artist prize, Neilma Sidney Literary Travel Fund inviting applications and 2022 William and Winifred Bowness Photography…
Curator, gallerist and educator: a platform for decentralised art
The Web3.0 art space is far from being a decentralised utopia. ArtsHub examines the role that Culture Vault plays in…