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First Nations billboards pushing the boundary of public art

The NETS Victoria program provides a 24/7 platform for three First Nations artists to turn roadside billboards into opportunities for…

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Car park activation: Is it art?

Are carpark art activations valid public art or lazy developer obligation? We look at the opportunities and trends.

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Exhibition review: Aeon Resurrection

Always a little dark and sinister, forever provocative and captivating.

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Viewing a city through 123 diverse lenses

PHOTO 2022 is revitalising Melbourne CBD (and beyond) with a showcase of installations, exhibitions and walking tours from over a…

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Children’s installation provides froggy insights to waterways and wetlands

A site-engaged work will be landing at the Shepparton Art Museum to invite reflections on our ecosystem, but not without…

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Putting people at the centre of desert festival

Parrtjima – A Festival in Light continues to evolve while enthralling visitors with holistic cultural experiences on Country.

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From emerging to mid-career: Advice from artists

Building on the momentum is important, but so is being patient, developing self-worth and grounding your practice for a sustainable…

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Reimagined Indigenous Art Fair bounces back bigger than ever

Longer hours for networking, a new $200K large sculpture commission, and the opportunity to connect directly with First Nations artists…

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Women artists reckon with war

Two recent works channel the voices of women in acts of resistance and resilience.

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Asia Pacific artists headline Sydney Modern commission

AGNSW commissioned nine of the most current artists of our times to create site-specific works for Sydney Modern, due to…

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