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Youth participation in the Community Jam Wall (Mai Wiru Big Shop), lead by Warlpiri artist Robin Quinsten Jampijinpa Brown and visiting artist, Kaff-eine. A group of kids working on a colourful mural with their backs facing the camera. The mural depicts a dog and a human figure.

How remote murals replaced media rhetoric with community pride

A new series of murals in Yuendumu, NT has brought community together to share stories and ignite hope in local…

Canberra Museum and Gallery. A group of metal cylinders in shades of bronze and blue patina are grouped against a white brick wall. The one on the far left is bubbly at the top as if it has been underwater or in an acid bath.

The slippery nexus between sculpture and design and the agency of materials

Canberra Museum and Gallery has a new exhibition: Materiality… but not as we know it.


All materials possible, but watch out for size and weight

Deakin University’s Contemporary Small Sculpture Award returns with three entry opportunities for solo or collaborative work.

Light show at Uluru as shape of a dog.

Wintjiri Wiṟu tells ancient stories in the sky

The world’s largest daily drone show offers deep spiritual connection in the heart of Australia – Uluṟu.

Carabiner Bench. Yellow coloured curved bench seating in parkland setting.

Queering our public spaces

An inspiring project, co-designed by queer youth, places art in the heart of the Yarra Ranges with a new public…


Twenty-year strong sculpture festival builds connections for intergenerational audiences

Co-Founder and Artistic Director Natasha Edwards shares insights from seeing SWELL Sculpture Festival grow and evolve over the last two…


Australiana art and design: a litmus test on nationhood

Exclusive to Bendigo, 'Australiana: Designing a Nation' captures the shifting ideas around our national identity and opens up the space…


Growing a biennale out of the unexpected

Noosa Regional Gallery’s cornerstone biennale, 'Floating Land', leaves no trace on the environment as each iteration sparks new conversation.


Bridging the gap between artist and audience

A new artist residency by Fox Galleries encourages interaction and connection.


Illuminating the Statement of the Heart by Listening with Heart

Finding heart when we need a Voice, Parrtjima illuminates a way forward with a timely festival program.

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