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Three artists worked with Tuggeranong Arts Centre on a program to paint a toilet block with Indigenous students.
Melbourne will be one of three global sites to host major events commemorating 70 years of the French atelier.
This Saturday night at Blow-Up Festival, a Brunswick backyard will be turned into a playground of lights, music and oversized inflatables.
An artist who didn't want to design album covers has won awards for his work on one of 2016's best Australian records.
What's on in Canberra's arts scene from December 9
Having seen Melbourne transform over the past 30 years, the city's principal industrial designer is feeling festive.
This Colombian-born, Australian-raised artist uses colourful, ephemeral materials to explore her heritage.
Light displays, a giant slippery slide, a fluffy neon room and a menagerie are all present to help Queensland's Gallery of Modern Art celebrate a decade.
There is no secret to the Australian Tapestry Workshop's artisanal success: the weavers are equal partners in realising the vision of the artist or designer.
Geelong Gallery's curator Lisa Sullivan, a long-time fan of 'trompe l'oeil' (French for 'trick the eye'), has brought together a new exhibition featuring the works of 12 contemporary Australian artists whose work celebrates the illusionistic.
We don't have the tradition of the "Alan Smithee" credit in the theatre. If we did, this production of Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? would probably deserve one.
The Australian Ballet delivered some thrilling displays of dance, presented not in an exhibitionist way but with a kind of modesty that fits the folksy theme of the ballet.
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What's on in Canberra's arts scene from December 2.
The Creative Industries Minister has hit back at comments from the lord mayor likening a new public sculpture to the controversial Yellow Peril.
Nothing is permament in the world of French conceptual artist Philippe Parreno.
A new sculptural landscape is under construction at the Power Street Loop, which will attract birds and wildlife.
The octogenarian is not shy of new technology, and uses it to best effect when exploiting the liberties of graphic design.
The new Pauline Gandel Children's Gallery at the Melbourne Museum is at the cutting edge of design.
Sister Corita Kent had catholic tastes. Long before sampling went mainstream, the feisty Catholic nun's 1960s poster graphics co-opted the catchy slogans and bright, hard-edge colours of advertising, together with the poetry of popular music, to create her politically charged screenprints.
The British have turned their noses up at Australian art (one critic calling John Olsen's Sydney Sun, "a cascade of diarrhoea") but will Australia's Impressionists exhibition convince them we can make art?
The works of British moderns jostle for attention with famous masterpieces by the likes of Picasso and Rodin in Nudes at the AGNSW.