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4A’s Yangjiang Group project has caught the eye of the world’s hottest fair, one of four international projects to be supported.
Seven continues to writhe on the floor with a Footy boot shaped mark in the solar plexus.
The new appointee fills a position that has been vacant since November 2013.
The Design Institute of Australia (DIA) has recently welcomed a large number of new faces to its Victorian-Tasmanian team.
Simryn Gill's photographs have made the passage from the Venice Biennale to Australian shores in a captivating installation.
Why has China’s most controversial artist started building LEGO in America’s most notorious prison?
Wonderland is looking like a horrible cultural experiment. Is it possible to drop the ratings to zero?
The 14th year of the prize attracts a record number of entries and international submissions that demonstrate innovation and diversity in sculpture's tiniest forms.
The National Gallery of Australia is set to open a new art space to house their growing collection of Australian contemporary art.
As Australian troops return to Iraq, artists tackle the aftermath of conflict in a confronting exhibition at Artspace.
Ahead of their highly anticipated 2015 season, the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra appoints a new Director of Artistic Planning all the way from Norway.
In its 23rd edition, this MCA exhibition for emerging artists has been curated by one of its first selected, Mikala Dwyer.
Classics by Beckett, Pinter and Lawler rub shoulders with new Australian works in Geordie Brookman’s third season as Artistic Director.
‘Cease and desist’ letters from the Arthur Miller Estate have forced the early closure of the Melbourne Fringe production.
Hywel Sims has left his role as General Manager at Gondwana Choirs to take on a key position at Musica Viva.
Nine gained 2.2% in the national share on the back of our curiosity about Julia Gillard.
The Arts Party has been registered by the Australian Electoral Commission and will field candidates at the next Federal Election, putting arts and culture firmly on the political and social agenda.
Financial corporate Suncorp, which posted a $730 million profit after tax in FY2014, is spending some on arts.
A pencil drawing of a woodchopper takes a cheeky sideswipe at art prizes but that doesn't stop it winning.
The biennial state-wide festival will henceforth be known as the Tasmanian International Arts Festival.
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