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Perc Tucker Regional Gallery. Photo: Andrew Rankin. The outside of a gallery vibrantly lit during daytime. There are tall trees covering parts of the building.

Best of portraiture and ceramics gathered in one place

From gallery hopping to lagoon swimming, experience the best Townsville’s got to offer, including two major prize exhibitions.

Jean Béraud, ‘The Entrance to the 1889 Universal Exhibition’ 1889, oil on wood. Image: Musée Carnavalet © CC0 Paris Musées/Musée Carnavalet – Histoire de Paris. A painting featuring a bustling scene of people gathering on empty ground with the Eiffel Tower in the distance, poles with French flag and trees. There seems to be excited among the crowd.

An exclusive taste of historic Paris in Victoria’s heritage city

The Musée Carnavalet has developed an exclusive exhibition for Bendigo Art Gallery that will bring the dynamic atmosphere of turn-of-the-century…


Landmark survey exhibition of Yhonnie Scarce for Perth

Three decades of work by one of Australia’s most important First Nations artists will immerse viewers at the Art Gallery…


When generosity in art prizes pave the way

The National Photography Prize welcomes complete works or concepts still in development to encourage expanded thinking on the photographic medium.

2011 Winner of the Bowness Photography Prize, Jacky Redgate. The work is a photo of colourful plates in red, green and yellow on a wall. There is light and shade across the image.

Join the ranks of those testing the boundaries of photography

The Bowness Photography Prize scopes out the most relevant photographic practices of our time and supports contemporary artists at the…


Find your inner 'David' – wildlife photography that inspires

Described as ‘one of the pinnacles of wildlife conservation photography’, Wildlife Photographer of the Year comes to the Maritime Museum…


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…


'Anybody can exist in the art world,' says Wyndham Art Prize LEAP winner

Winning the Local Emerging Art Prize at the 2022 Wyndham Art Prize was a validating moment for artist Ivy Mutuku.


First Nations photographers offer provocative and timely conversations

Riffing off photography’s traditional role as ‘witness’, HOTA showcases new appreciation of First Nations photographers as storytellers.


Photography masters delivers real-world opportunities in a global ecology

Photography Studies College fosters career-ready graduates and supports the sector on an international stage.

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