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Textile artist Danny Amazonas standing in front of his large-scale quilt work. Photo: Courtesy of the artist. A middle-aged Asian man wearing glasses with yellow lenses and a gray t-shirt stnading in front of a large quilt work depicting a seaturtle surrounded by fish. The piece is vibrant and colourful.

Master quilter brings awareness to endangered species

The Taiwanese artist and quilter, Danny Amazonas, will make a stop in Australia at the Sydney Craft & Quilt Fair.

Two people hold up a large textile work in an outdoor setting.

Craft as a universal language: IOTA 2024 reveals lead artists and theme

The Indian Ocean Craft Triennial returns for its second WA edition to channel the diversity and communicative powers of craft.

Chair by Andrew Carvolth, who will be showing works as part of Craft Victoria’s Conscious Craft initiative. Photo: Supplied. A aluminium chair constructed out of seperate aluminium bars. It is placed against a green background next to a blue tool rack and lit brightly.

Conscious Craft takes the charge on sustainability

Craft Victoria will launch Conscious Craft aimed at spotlighting and championing innovative craft practices with sustainability in mind.


Exhibition review: Ten Thousand Suns, 24th Biennale of Sydney

An exhibition shaped by global connections and new learnings – a refreshing edition of the Biennale of Sydney.

Textile banners by Tal Fitzpatrick will feature in the exhibition at MoAD. Photo: Supplied. A woman with wavy lavender coloured hair and a fringe sitting with her leg crossed on a stool inside a studio where her textiles works are displayed on the walls.

Craftivism led by women

The Museum of Australian Democracy launches new touring exhibition celebrating the power of craft and textiles.

‘Tutti Fruiti’ by AQC tutor Chris Jurd, part of the AQC Teach Me display. Photo: Supplied. An intricate quilt with a pink dotted background and floral motif, nine squares lined up in the centre, each with a round patterned floral motif.

What’s in a quilt convention?

The Australasian Quilt Convention offers a platform for showcasing the best quilters from around the world and encourages learning and…

Anniversaries. Sculpture of big silver pillow on crowded beach.

Who's celebrating significant anniversaries in 2024?

Surviving in the arts is hard. ArtsHub speaks with organisations celebrating significant anniversaries this year.

Quilt work from the exhibition 'Quilts: The Fabric of War 1760-1900' at The David Roche Collection. Photo: Supplied. A harlequin quilt pattern with red, pink, yellow, blue green, white, purple and black diamond patches. It features various emblems, the US flag, the union jack and the words 'IN GOD WE TRUST'

Quilts by men: fabrics of war

Significant and rarely seen quilts from 1760-1900 will be on display in Adelaide, offering insight to their makers' lives and…

Sturt. Black and white image of several woman and a male teacher learning woodworking techniques.

Australia’s oldest craft gallery and studios facing closure

Sturt Gallery and Studios has closed doors as it undergoes a review for its future viability.

Craft. People standing in tapestry workshop listening to talk

Spice up your calendar with craft and design this month

ArtsHub’s pick for Sydney Craft Week, 2023 Craft Contemporary, Geelong Design Week, plus more exhibitions to inspire and workshops to…

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