Video is an upskill not a compromise for photographers
Photographer Hugh Hamilton shares his journey adding video to his arsenal of skills and reveals how that expanded his career.
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…
Four First Nations artists you need to know
These First Nations artists are leading new conversations for the next generation of storytelling.
Exhibition review: Neighbourhood Earth
Tripping the light fantastic, an Interactive journey through the galaxy.
Exhibition review: And she was wearing trousers
New multimedia commissions from African artists take from the past and the present.
Exhibition review: CIAF 2022 satellite program roundup
An immersive satellite program celebrates First Nations creativity while investigations into Blak/Black identity draw on humour and criticality in equal…
Exhibition review: After Fairweather
Ian Fairweather’s legacy through the eyes of contemporary First Nations and diaspora artists.
Exhibition review: Doppelgänger and Zombies
Re-animated furniture for the living dead at The David Roche Foundation’s House Museum.
Exhibition review: Jeff Gibson, Countertypes
Copy, Cut and Compilate: an artist who plays with mass media imagery.