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Exterior of old building with contemporary mirror entry. The Potter.
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The Potter announces reopening exhibition for 2025

The Potter Museum of Art will reopen in 2025 with an epic rewriting of art history.

A silver CD case is opened to display the rare 2-CD set it contains.
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Wu-Tang Clan’s ultra-rare album-as-artwork comes to Mona

Originally sold for US$2 million, the ultra-exclusive ‘Once Upon a Time in Shaolin’ is coming to Mona, and fans have…

Mandy Martin, ‘Adelaide Railway Station 2 (detail)’, 1973, screenprint, ink on paper, Ann Newmarch Collection. Image: © the Estate of the artist. A vintage coloured photograph showing three woman in farmer wear walking in a field. Two others are leisurely seated at the back.
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If you don’t fight … you lose

The latest exhibition at FUMA spotlights the overlooked contributions of Adelaide’s Progressive Art Movement and the history of student protests.

Woman looking at art in gallery with pink wall and pedestals.
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Placemaking gets a boost in South Australia

A new fund aims to support arts organisations to build a better culture of placemaking in Port Adelaide Enfield.

Exterior view of art building with clear blue sky. AGNSW
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AGNSW's buildings finally renamed

The Art Gallery of NSW has formally adopted Aboriginal names for its two buildings.

Formal group of people. MCA Australia
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MCA welcomes 20 millionth visitor

A teacher is the 20 millionth visitor to MCA Australia, reaffirming the Museum's value as a resource for future generations.

Image is a sarcophagus in a display of Egyptian artefacts.
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Museum takes a stand on displaying body parts

The University of Sydney’s Chau Chak Wing Museum has chosen to remove mummified body parts from display.

open suitcase with research books inside.
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Emerging Indigenous cultural workers head abroad

Six Indigenous cultural workers are embarking on a once-in-a-lifetime Fellowship abroad. Who are they?

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Culture crisis – can NZ’s museums be saved?

Surfacing reports on the dire future for Aotearoa's cultural institutions only scratch the surface – Andrew Wood digs deeper to…

MAMA CEO Blair French and 2024 National Photography Prize guest judge Nici Cumpston standing next to ‘Four Days Before Winter’, a series of work by Ellen Dahl. Photo: Jeremy Weihrauch. The photos are displayed in varying scales in a dim gallery space, showing flowing hills.
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Landscape work that encourages ‘concentrated looking’ wins 2024 National Photography Prize

Ellen Dahl takes home the $30,000 National Photography Prize with lens-based works that centres the Norwegian archipelago, Svalbard.

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