Artists, curators, gallerists and art lovers are heading north this month for the 12th ‘Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair’ (DAAF) at Darwin Convention Centre, 10 to 12 August. The fair will run public events from performances to story telling and children’s workshops in collaboration with artists from the Torres Strait, APY Lands, Arnhem Land, Savannah and coastal regions, as well as a fashion show of wearable art ‘From Country to Couture’ at Sky City. DAAF’s participating art centres include Tjarlirli Art, Warlukurlangu Artists, UMI Arts, Maningrida Arts & Culture, Baluk Arts and Babbarra Women’s Centre to name a few. The Museum & Art Gallery of the Northern Territory will host artist demonstrations; audiences are encouraged to hop between the museum and DAAF on a free shuttle bus!
The William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize promotes excellence in photography across all photographic media and stylistic genres by both established and emerging artists with work produced within the last year. The 2018 judging panel – Dr Michael Brand, Director of the Art Gallery of NSW; Melbourne-based artist Dr David...Read more
The Inaugural Kangaroo Valley Art Prize 2018 attracted more than 400 entries Australia-wide, growing from a primarily local show to a major regional art prize open to all artists in any style and any medium. The winner of the 2018 Kangaroo Valley Art Prize is Robyn Kinsela for her oil painting...Read more