Now in its third year, the Bayside Acquisitive Art Prize (BAAP) provides painters residing in Australia the opportunity to participate in Melbourne’s Bayside arts and cultural program. It fosters a sense of identity, pride and place through a community event and enables the acquisition of suitable artworks for the Bayside City...
Stemming from improvisational performance, Sydney-based artist Agatha Gothe-Snape’s practice draws upon and records interpersonal and spatio-emotional exchanges around art and the contexts in which it is displayed.
The 5th edition of Art Basel, Hong Kong will showcase 242 premier galleries from 34 countries and territories – including Australia – presenting works of the highest quality, ranging from the Modern period of the early 20th century to today’s most contemporary artists.
The effervescent, one-day multi-arts festival ‘Art, Not Apart’ (ANA) gets ready to ‘Shake It Up’ on 18 March in Canberra. This year's theme encourages exploration and change, and questions the status quo in pursuit of new perspectives through art.
Two thumb up for Tasmanian artist Raymond Arnold who has just won his second Glover Prize, Australia's most prestigious landscape art award aiming to stimulate conversations about landscape painting in Tasmania.
An endless book club, an international symposium on typography, an Australian zine showcase and a Wikipedia edit-a-thon are among the fifty events of the third annual Melbourne Art Book Fair from 16 to 19 March.
In preparation for its 125th anniversary in 2020, the Art Gallery of Western Australia (AGWA) in Perth has announced plans to embark on a significant cultural and commercial development with the expansion of its unused rooftop.
Since its inception in 1976, the Castlemaine State Festival has grown to become Australia’s flagship regional arts event, unique in scope and its diversity and impact on the social and cultural fabric of the Mount Alexander Shire and environs.
‘Art Month Sydney’ is a citywide festival supplying a rich and diverse program of exhibitions, workshops, panel discussions, artist studio visits and tours. ‘The National: New Australian Art’, a large-scale biennial event – a single curated program across three venues.
Tasmania’s biennial festival presents a creative arts program of international and local artists this year premiering 10 new performance works, exhibitions, theatre, music, dance and film from 17 to 26 March.