"To some the land is now a mere tourist site, but to others it is a sacred burial ground. The trees have rejuvenated and the grasses spread like wildfire – they camouflage the thousands of body parts within.” – Amanda Penrose Hart
Since 1973 the Biennale of Sydney has showcased the work of nearly 1,800 artists from more than 100 countries. In 2018 an additional 70 artists will help celebrate the organisation's 45th anniversary. Here are the first 21 names...
The State Government’s new arts and cultural driver, Create NSW, invites local artists and arts and cultural organisations to apply for funding under the 2017/2018 Arts and Cultural Development Program.
“If the Gallipoli Art Prize has a broader purpose it is to make us reflect deeply on our common humanity and hold fast to those beliefs that show national identity in the best possible light,” says judge John McDonald.
This new, multi-site, contemporary visual arts festival will activate various locations within the city of Honolulu until 8 May, 2017. Entitled, ‘Middle of Now’ the focus is to highlight the creative practices in our Pacific neighborhood.
YAH Festival brings our focus to the present moment in a celebration of the art and culture Canberra has to offer. The city’s CBD and surrounds will host dance, poetry, music, theatre and visual art events in iconic venues and unexpected spaces – such as ‘Electric Avenues’ in Haig Park,...
Wrong Solo present ‘I am a Branch Floating on a Swollen River After the Rain’, a new site-specific exhibition with participating artists Dominic Kirkwood, Sarah Rodigari,Michael Snape, Brooke Stamp and Ella Sutherland among others.