The actor and playwright has become the first Indigenous artist to win any of the prizes on offer in the Archibald Prize in its 99-year history.
Metro Arts Creative Director and CEO Jo Thomas introduces us to the exciting, purpose-built venue, which will host several Brisbane Festival events.
Creating the Future, a new survey conducted by the Australia Council, shows a growing number of people have been engaging with the arts and support arts funding.
The spectacular installation will be suspended from HOTA’s Outdoor Stage across the first two weeks of October.
Wangkajunga and Walmajarri man Ngarralja Tommy May has taken home the major Telstra Art Award at this year’s National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards.
The multi-arts venue will reopen to the public on August 7, with new art installations on display, after creditors approved a multi-million dollar bailout.
Arts advocate Esther Anatolitis reflects on her three years as Executive Director of the National Association for the Visual Arts and the challenges still to come.
Live Performance Australia has welcomed the package of grants and loans, while the MEAA has described it as a “slap in the face” to workers in the industry.
The multi-media artist will enter the world of the ASO, responding to the orchestra as “a living archive”, as part of a new Guildhouse Collections Project.
In his final column Dr Nick Gordon travels from Art Basel to White Cube and the Royal Academy in London, who are showing artists including Tracey Emin, Picasso and Manet.
This week, as Black Lives Matter protests continue, Dr Nick Gordon looks at some of the work by African American artists that galleries have made available online.
Actor/director Robyn Nevin, Australian Ballet ED Libby Christie, choreographer Lucy Guerin, theatre producer Christine Dunstan, philanthropist Simon Mordant and artist Vincent Namatjira are among those recognised.
This week, Dr Nick Gordon looks at some of the ways visual artists have been at the intersection of art, science and politics.