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Conny Dietzschold Gallery

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Two German photographers will exhibit selections of their work at Conny Dietzschold Gallery as part of the Head On Festival. In collaboration with the Goethe Institute and the German Consulate Sydney.

Published on Thursday 02 April 2015

News article from Australia.

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Conny Dietzschold Gallery

Chalk Wax Wood

This exhibition gathers the works of three artists interested in the natural character of the material. Seliger's works are composition of broken fragments of colored chalk on aluminium board. Estrada-Vega's creations are made up of a series of small canvases attached to a metal base plate by means of magnets. Kevin creates plywood and wood reliefs started out as scraps from other projects.

Published on Thursday 02 April 2015

News article from Australia.

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Australia Council for the Arts

Fiona Hall Venice Biennale 2015

Adelaide artist Fiona Hall has revealed a work from Wrong Way Time, her exhibition for Australia’s official representation at the 2015 Venice Biennale.

Published on Wednesday 25 March 2015

News article from Australia.

Art.Base

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Published on Monday 30 March 2015

News article from Australia.

Australia Council for the Arts

PPCA and the Australia Council Announce Recording Grants

PPCA and the Australia Council today announced the recipients of five grants offered under a joint initiative between the two organisations.

Published on Friday 20 March 2015

News article from Australia.

Australia Council for the Arts

Arts And Science Combine For Unique Residencies

Three arts and science projects will test the boundaries of their practices as part of a unique collaborative residency program.

Published on Friday 13 March 2015

News article from Australia.

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FORM

Public 2015: The Art Of The Possible

Human habitat is changing. As the world’s population becomes increasingly urbanised, and our lives overlap with the lives of yet more and more people, there’s a need for us to ask more than ever before of the cities and public spaces we share. And what we ask of them, now and for the future, goes further than the basic provision of accommodation, amenity and sustenance.

Published on Friday 13 March 2015

News article from Australia.

FORM

First Mural Of Public 2015 Complete: Beastman & Vans The Omega

This last week the Pilbara has been host to Australian artists Beastman and Vans the Omega. During their residency the artists installed a major exhibition at the Port Hedland Courthouse Gallery, including two artworks made onsite, and also produced a collaborative mural in the town’s West End.

Published on Saturday 14 March 2015

News article from Australia.

FORM

Get Ready…the Colour Is Coming!

This is what’s happening RIGHT NOW in THE WHEATBELT: Two of the world’s finest urban artists, HENSE (USA) and Phlegm (UK) are at work right now near Northam. Over the next two weeks, they’ll be making gigantic grain silos into cultural icons. The styles and techniques of both artists (though very different from each other) are ideally suited to these monolithic structures.

Published on Friday 20 March 2015

News article from Australia.

FORM

Public Symposium | Professional Credits

Architects, join us at the PUBLIC Symposium and claim six formal Professional Development (CPD) Points. Symposium sessions PUBLIC SPACE, PUBLIC ACTION and PUBLIC CULTURE are being recognised by the Australian Institute of Architects as eligible for CPD Points for those who attend the full Symposium.

Published on Thursday 19 March 2015

News article from Australia.

The Poetry of Purpose: A Portrait of Women Leaders of India: An exhibition by American photographer Mick Minard and a bo

at Open Palm Court Gallery, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi from March 25 to March 31, 2015. 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Published on Tuesday 24 March 2015

News article from India.

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The Museum of Modern Art - MoMA

MoMA Announces Recent Acquisitions, including “Painted Bronze” by Jasper Johns

Marie-Josée and Henry R. Kravis have made Painted Bronze by Jasper Johns a promised gift to The Museum of Modern Art, MoMA Director Glenn D. Lowry has announced.

Published on Monday 16 March 2015

News article from United States.

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Bogong Centre for Sound Culture

BCSC is seeking EOIs from Victorian regional artists for an onsite & online exhibition

VILLAGE EOI - The Bogong Centre for Sound Culture is seeking EOIs from Victorian regional artists to contribute to the project through site responsive artworks that will be exhibited at Bogong Village and through the BCSC website. The BCSC is particularly interested in artists working in digital and temporal modes including sound and video art, environmental and land art and photography.

Published on Wednesday 18 March 2015

News article from Australia.

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Australia Council for the Arts

National Dance Forum gets underway tomorrow

Australia Council Director Dance Carin Mistry said the three-day event would bring together those working in contemporary dance to celebrate the artform and discuss important issues affecting the sector.

Published on Wednesday 18 March 2015

News article from Australia.

Australia Council for the Arts

Arts And Science Combine For Unique Residencies

Three arts and science projects will test the boundaries of their practices as part of a unique collaborative residency program.

Published on Friday 13 March 2015

News article from Australia.

Brendan Cowell, Shaun Gladwell And Nashen Moodley Launch ‘the Film Crowd’ At Function In Underground Arts Space

At the colourful launch celebration of THE FILM CROWD held last night (Monday 9 March), writer, actor and director Brendan Cowell and contemporary video artist Shaun Gladwell spoke about their current projects and their love for film, along with Sydney Film Festival’s Festival Director Nashen Moodley.

Published on Tuesday 10 March 2015

News article from Australia.

Art.Base

Recent issue with image uploads has been fixed

A recent issue which prevented some listings on ArtBase from having images attached has now been fixed.

Published on Thursday 12 March 2015

News article from Australia.

Object: Australian Design Centre

Art + Tech and everything else

Last night we joined the crowd at General Assembly’s pop-up event space for Art + Tech: How Tech is Disrupting the Art World.

Published on Friday 20 February 2015

News article from Australia.

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Australia Council for the Arts

Australia Council announces 2015 award recipients

Artistic excellence, diversity and exceptional leadership are the consistent themes across the distinguished recipients of the 2015 Australia Council Awards being presented at an inaugural event next week.

Published on Monday 09 March 2015

News article from Australia.

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Australia Council for the Arts

Record Number Of Australian Artists Invited To Present Works At The 56th Venice Biennale

The Australia Council for the Arts announced today that seven Australian artists have been selected to exhibit in the official curated program of the 2015 Venice Biennale.

Published on Friday 06 March 2015

News article from Australia.

Australia Council for the Arts

Program Applications Now Open For Apam 2016

Brisbane Powerhouse is calling for program applications for the next Australian Performing Arts Market (APAM) held in Brisbane, Queensland 22 – 26 February 2016.

Published on Thursday 05 March 2015

News article from Australia.

Australia Council for the Arts

Ausco survey updates market indicators with encouraging results

The Australia Council has revamped in its survey of Australian Participation of the arts, with encouraging results that show the cultural sector contributes $50 Billion a year to GDP; 85% of Australians appreciate the arts and 40% of international tourists participate in arts activities.

Published on Wednesday 04 March 2015

News article from Australia.

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Heide Museum of Modern Art

Heide Marks International Women’s Day With New Support For Women Artists

On the occasion of International Women’s Day, Heide Museum of Modern Art is pleased to announce a significant bequest from the Estate of Erica McGilchrist (1926–2014), Australian artist and activist for women’s art. In acknowledgement of McGilchrist’s commitment to advancing the standing of women’s art throughout her lifetime, this bequest will support exhibitions of work by women artists at Heide

Published on Thursday 05 March 2015

News article from Australia.

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Brenda May Gallery

Brenda May Gallery's Quarterly 1.2

We are pleased to present our second edition of our new Quarterly publication which contains all of our exhibition information for April - June 2015.

Published on Saturday 07 March 2015

News article from Australia.

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Brenda May Gallery

Book Launch: 'Howl for a Black Cockatoo'

We are holding "An Afternoon of brouhaha" in conjunction with Small Publishers curated by Akky van Ogtrop to launch the beautiful artist book 'Howl for a Black Cockatoo' by Gwen Harrison and Sue Anderson.

Published on Saturday 07 March 2015

News article from Australia.

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Museum of Old and New Art (MONA)

Marina Abramović: Private Archaeology

Marina Abramović the world’s most recognised performance artist returns to Australia after a 17-year absence to participate in two projects that continue her extraordinary evolving creative life: the first opens at the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) and the second is Kaldor Public Art Projects.

Published on Thursday 19 February 2015

News article from Australia.

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Artitja Fine Art

Art Parade 2015

For the second year uning, Artija Fine Art’s first exhibition for the year will open with a lively, theatrical event in which over 80 works of art from more than 20 Aboriginal art communites around Australia will be paraded.

Published on Thursday 19 February 2015

News article from Australia.

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Australia Council for the Arts

Arts And Disability Funding For 2015 Closes Soon

The Australia Council for the Arts is encouraging artists with disability to apply for dedicated funding before the 3 March deadline.

Published on Tuesday 17 February 2015

News article from Australia.

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Art Gallery of New South Wales

Brett Whiteley Studio celebrates 20 years

With today marking the 20th anniversary of the Brett Whiteley Studio, the Art Gallery of New South Wales and Wendy Whiteley are thrilled to announce that the Studio will officially come under the Gallery’s ownership. Previously the Studio was owned by the New South Wales Government and managed by the Gallery.

Published on Tuesday 17 February 2015

News article from Australia.

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Paramor Prize

Big Prize For Virtual Life

It was a close race, but the winner of the inaugural Paramor Prize: Art + Innovation has been chosen, with Canberra local Erica Seccombe taking home the $20,000 prize for her work Virtual Life.

Published on Monday 02 February 2015

News article from Australia.

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