Maribyrnong Council has asked a small business in Footscray to take down an "offensive" mural by a renowned Australian street artist featuring US presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in a swimsuit.
A group of artists and theatremakers are working together to tell a story of war and its devastating effects on soldiers.
Guo Jian shares a refugee background like some of the world's best-known contemporary artists.
This Canberra-based initiative, open to artists from the ACT and region,shows high quality and a wide variety of talent.
It's Belconnen's 50th anniversary, and a group of staff at the University of Canberra has an exhibition exploring history, memory and the classification of things.
Quilting and crafting are still highly gendered activities, but increasingly they're not just the domain of grannies and retirees.
Sydney University has terminated the proposed merger of its art school with the University of NSW barely one month after it was announced.
It won't be completed for two years but this weekend Melburnians can get a sneak peek at our newest arts site.
Michael Lynch will seek to maintain the independence of the National Art School when he takes over the leadership of the institution.
F!NK designer Robert Foster leaves behind a brilliant legacy that goes well beyond his iconic water jug.
The National Gallery of Victoria exhibition is drawn from 67 collections in 12 countries and establishes Australia's credentials as a force in hosting original exhibitions of a quality only before seen in Paris or New York.
Smart phone users are getting some safety advice from the ground up.
Bijoy Jain's design for the third MPavilion in Queen Victoria Gardens embraces nature materials and a sense of calm.
The National Gallery of Australia's flagship artwork Blue Poles has come off the walls and will soon be flying to London.
Mystery still surrounds one of the biggest art heists in Australian history 30 years after the event. Could a piece of missing evidence be the key?
In March 2013, Steven Lowy stood before the faithful of the Art Gallery of NSW and made his pitch for a major overhaul that would deliver an ambitious Sydney Modern.
On his fourth attempt, Richard Lewer finally nabbed the biennial Basil Sellers Arts Prize focussing on the theme of art and sport, winning $100,000.
The Powerhouse Museum is mired in controversy yet again with the appointment of Barney Glover to head the trust that governs the beleaguered institution.
Suhanya Raffel, the deputy director of one of Australia's top galleries, has been appointed executive director of M+, the planned "museum of visual culture" in Hong Kong, the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority announced on Wednesday.
From saints to wild boars, the work of caring for Sydney's public and private artworks is varied and satisfying.
What's on in Canberra's art scene from July 22
The NSW government will not guarantee the future of the National Art School as students embark on campaign to save the institution from merger.
She was viewed as an ornament to her husband when she was alive, but today Frida Kahlo ranks with contemporary Hollywood celebrities in speaking, as they do, to our preoccupation with ourselves.
Martin Scorsese's splatter is gruesomely believable in this exhibition, which contains abundant material that is either part of the background, inspiration or development of his films.
The Indian architect brings his contemplative design approach to Melbourne.