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Australia Council for the Arts

Indigenous artists showcase their talent in North America

The Australia Council for the Arts is supporting two delegations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists to North America next week to share Indigenous stories, build networks and showcase their work to international audiences.

Published on Friday 28 August 2015

News article from Australia.

Australia Council for the Arts

Why aren’t Australian audiences experiencing more Indigenous art?

A new research report released by the Australia Council for the Arts examines the gap between public opinion and audience attendance for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts.

Published on Wednesday 26 August 2015

News article from Australia.

Agora Gallery

An International Celebration of Art at Agora Gallery

This September, two shows open at Agora Gallery that represent the great diversity and excitement in the emerging international art scene.

Published on Sunday 30 August 2015

News article from United States.

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M.I.RR.O.R Artist Call Out

Open discipline call out, for artists worldwide for an immersive exhibition entitled: M.I.RR.O.R

Published on Wednesday 26 August 2015

News article from Australia.

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Ita Buttrose: “I want to see your world”

As head judge of the mEYE World Photographic Competition, Ita Buttrose wants all Australians to show her a little piece of their world. The call out is all part of her tireless efforts to raise awareness of macular disease in her role as Patron of the Macular Disease Foundation Australia.

Published on Wednesday 26 August 2015

News article from Australia.

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Australian Design Centre

Future Nature: The evolution will not be televised

The Australian Design Centre’s exhibition Future Nature is presented in partnership with the Australian Museum. Future Nature explores possible futures posed by artists, designers and architects inspired by biology and the natural world.

Published on Monday 17 August 2015

News article from Australia.

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Monash Gallery of Art

Finalists announced

A huge congratulations to the 47 Finalists for the 2015 William & Winifred Bowness Photography Prize.

Published on Friday 14 August 2015

News article from Australia.

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The Museum of Modern Art - MoMA

MoMA to Host Three Talks for Afterlives: The Persistence of Performance

In conjunction with the French Institute Alliance Française’s Crossing the Line festival, and in collaboration with Columbia University School of the Arts as part of Curating the Ephemeral, MoMA’s Department of Media and Performance Art hosts three talks for Afterlives: The Persistence of Performance.

Published on Monday 10 August 2015

News article from United States.

Geelong Gallery

Director of Geelong Gallery announces retirement

Geelong Gallery Director, Geoffrey Edwards, today announced his retirement from this role, with effect from the end of April 2016, to pursue his lecturing, writing and advisory work.

Published on Sunday 09 August 2015

News article from Australia.

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Geelong Gallery

Geelong Gallery Director honoured with prestigious industry award

Geoffrey Edwards, Director of the Geelong Gallery, has received a prestigious Victorian Museum Award from Museums Australia (Victoria), the industry body for Victoria’s museums, for his outstanding contribution in developing the Gallery's significant collection.

Published on Monday 10 August 2015

News article from Australia.

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The Museum of Modern Art - MoMA

MoMA’s Eighth Annual Film Benefit to Honor Cate Blanchett on November 17

The Museum of Modern Art’s 2015 Film Benefit will honor Academy Award–winning actress Cate Blanchett on November 17.

Published on Thursday 30 July 2015

News article from United States.

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Whitney Museum of American Art

Whitney Museum Of American Art Receives A Gift For Education From The Steven & Alexandra Cohen Foundation

The Whitney Museum of American Art has received a $2 million gift from the Steven & Alexandra Cohen Foundation to support its award-winning education programs, Adam D. Weinberg, Alice Pratt Brown Director of the Whitney, announced today.

Published on Thursday 30 July 2015

News article from United States.

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The Photographers' Gallery

Bar Tur Photobook Award Angus Fraser: Santa Muerte

The Photographers’ Gallery in collaboration with Trolley Books and Amnon and Armon Bar-Tur are delighted to announce the publication and launch of Santa Muerte by Angus Fraser (b. 1975, UK) at a special event held at the Gallery, 15 September 2015.

Published on Wednesday 29 July 2015

News article from United Kingdom.

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AirSpace Projects

Art and a Smart Phone with Rafaela Pandolfini

This four-week course will develop your photography and video skills primarily on a smart phone.

Published on Wednesday 29 July 2015

News article from Australia.

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Australia Council for the Arts

Australia Council outlines revised grants program

The Australia Council for the Arts has today announced changes to its grants program in response to the 2015-16 budget measures.

Published on Tuesday 28 July 2015

News article from Australia.

Art Gallery of New South Wales

2015 Archibald, Wynne and Sulman winners

Sydney barrister Charles Waterstreet is the subject of Nigel Milsom’s winning portrait in the 2015 Archibald Prize.

Published on Friday 17 July 2015

News article from Australia.

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Art Gallery of New South Wales

Winner of the Packing Room Prize 2015

French-born Sydney artist Bruno Jean Grasswill has won the Art Gallery of New South Wales’ 2015 Packing Room Prize with a portrait of leading Australian actor Michael Caton.

Published on Thursday 09 July 2015

News article from Australia.

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ACMI - Australian Centre for the Moving Image

Seb Chan joins ACMI as Chief eXperience Officer

ACMI has appointed internationally recognised museums sector digital revolutionary, Seb Chan, to a newly created role of Chief eXperience Officer (CXO) – the first role of its kind in the international museum sector.

Published on Monday 20 July 2015

News article from Australia.

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Published on Monday 20 July 2015

News article from Australia.

Counihan Gallery In Brunswick

Moreland Summer Show: call for entries - 'SCIENCE FRICTION'

The Moreland Summer Show is open to contemporary artists or collectives who live, work, study or base their creative practice in the City of Moreland.

Published on Sunday 19 July 2015

News article from Australia.

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the vinyl factory

Hear Zomby’s Heady Jungle Remix Of Gwilym Gold’s ‘flex’ On New Limited 12″ Vinyl

Zomby has remixed the new single by chameleonic London artist Gwilym Gold – former Golden Silvers frontman and the brains behind the mind-boggling generative music format Bronze – who’s about to release his debut solo album.

Published on Tuesday 14 July 2015

News article from United Kingdom.

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The Museum of Modern Art - MoMA

MoMA Acquires Tania Bruguera’s Landmark Performance and Video Installation Untitled (Havana, 2000)

The Museum of Modern Art has acquired Tania Bruguera’s Untitled (Havana 2000), a major performance and video installation that was conceived for and shown at the VII Bienal de La Habana in 2000.

Published on Tuesday 07 July 2015

News article from United States.

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Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA)

Mca Unveils Primavera 2015 Artists: Young Australian Artists Explore A Resurgent ‘global South’

Featuring the work of seven artists drawn from South West, South Central and South East Australia, Primavera 2015 opens to the public on 22 September. The artists in this year’s Primavera extract earth materials, work with sound, video and installation and create assemblages reflecting strategies of survival and the revival of forms of cultural production.

Published on Tuesday 14 July 2015

News article from Australia.

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Australia Council for the Arts

Australia Council pays tribute to Mick Dark

The Australia Council for the Arts wishes to acknowledge the passing of philanthropist Mick Dark. Michael (Mick) Dark was born in 1929 to Eleanor Dark, one of Australia’s most notable writers, and Dr Eric Dark. It was Mick who decided that Varuna, their family home in Katoomba, should become a gift to Australian literature in memory of his parents.

Published on Tuesday 14 July 2015

News article from Australia.

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SculptureCenter

SculptureCenter Presents Gabriel Sierra: Numbers in a Room

SculptureCenter to debut first U.S. solo exhibition by internationally acclaimed artist.

Published on Thursday 09 July 2015

News article from United States.

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SculptureCenter

SculptureCenter Presents Anthea Hamilton: Lichen! Libido! Chastity!

SculptureCenter to debut first U.S. solo exhibition by internationally acclaimed artist featuring major new site-specific commission.

Published on Thursday 09 July 2015

News article from United States.

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the vinyl factory

3d And The Art Of Massive Attack Published As 300-page Hardback Book With Screen-printed Cover Artwork

The Vinyl Factory presents 3D and the art of Massive Attack by Robert del Naja aka 3D – a 300-page 12″x12″ hardback reversible book format with two different covers starting at the past or the present (with screen printed covers) on the visual history of the artist and his band who have sold over 11 million records worldwide.

Published on Thursday 09 July 2015

News article from United Kingdom.

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Whitney Museum of American Art

Whitney Museum Announces Curatorial Staff Promotions

The Whitney Museum of American Art today announced five curatorial staff promotions, led by the appointment of Dana Miller to the newly endowed position of Richard DeMartini Family Curator and Director of the Collection.

Published on Wednesday 08 July 2015

News article from United States.

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Australia Council for the Arts

Australia Council welcomes reappointment of Rupert Myer AO

Australia Council Chief Executive Officer Tony Grybowski has today welcomed the reappointment of Rupert Myer AO as Chair of the Council.

Published on Monday 06 July 2015

News article from Australia.

Dave Bown Projects

Results of the Dave Bown Projects - 10th Semiannual Competition

Dave Bown Projects is pleased to announce the results of the 10th Semiannual Competition which was curated by Claire C. Carter, Curator of Contemporary Art, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art; Carmen Hermo, Assistant Curator for Collections, Guggenheim Museum, New York; Anna Stothart, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, San Antonio Museum of Art .

Published on Tuesday 07 July 2015

News article from United States.

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