A magical VR realisation of the compelling music by William Barton and the Australian String Quartet.
Ahead of the Curve commissions are for young and emerging artists of colour living around Melbourne to respond to social challenges.
Rosie Dennis discusses this year's Bleach* Festival, which she believes will show there is so much more to the Gold Coast than childhood memories of Surfers Paradise.
Creative State 2025 aims to grow and strengthen a diverse and innovative arts industry for Victoria.
This year's Pop Up North Queensland has expanded to include four diverse regions, with events taking place in stunning locations including beaches, a cane field and a secret CBD location.
The Sixteen gift us sublime songs of serenity and solace.
The art's for sale, from Stephen Hough's erotic surge to Nathaniel Boyd en plein air.
German-Australian artist Kathrin Longhurst takes home the 30th annual Archibald Packing Room Prize, while Limelight cartoonist Peter Berner is also an Archibald finalist.
Britain welcomes back art lovers, but the roadmap to normality looks increasingly uncertain.
In a recent speech the Arts Minister noted the value of the arts sector to the Australian identity, economy and people, but failed to acknowledge the steady decline in available arts funding relative to population growth over the last decade, writes Leya Reid.
Didgeridoo virtuoso William Barton is one of the eight recipients, winning the Don Banks Music Award in recognition of his exceptional and sustained contribution to music in Australia.
The new festival, which replaces the long-running Melbourne Festival, will feature work by Patricia Piccinini, Deborah Cheetham, Matthias Schack-Arnott and more.
Musicians Simone Slattery and Gabriella Smart have created aural responses to the Clarice Beckett exhibition at the AGSA, leading to live performances and a recorded soundscape in the Gallery.