A literary treasure trove of 21,000 novels, novellas and short stories has been discovered in an archive of Australian historical newspapers.
Thousands of forgotten novels have been uncovered by ANU researchers into early Australian newspapers
The National Art School is to resurrect a prestigious drawing prize canned six years ago.
Prolific sculptor Matthew Harding, whose public artworks are all over Canberra, has died aged 53
The Art Gallery of NSW has lost a senior executive just days after it was announced the job of the gallery's director was to be advertised and as its expansion plans reaches delicate pre-approval stage.
Riding the political and social upheavals of the 20th century, Cartier developed a unique style that made it the favourite of film stars, royals and maharajahs.
Zadok Ben-David, Kimsooja and Lisa Reihana are among the artists not to miss at this year's festival.
Australian Museum launches its inaugural festival of Aboriginal and Pacific Island culture this week.
There's plenty to see and do in Canberra this week, from writing programs to photography exhibitions.
Rarely has furniture design been so striking – and so much fun. Inspired by Pop art, Happenings and conceptual art, the work of the Italian Radical Movement is among the most recognisable of the 20th century.
A three-day festival aims to cut down on graffiti and vandalism in the southern suburbs.
The massive sculpture is the harbinger of a major exhibition later in the year.
A new exhibition at the National Museum of Australia is a fascinating insight into the pearling industry.
It's the ugliest piece of headgear to come out of Australia. But Tim Ross loves it.
There's plenty to see and do in Canberra this week, from theatre to new gallery openings
No-one could live in Sydney and be unaware of the power of spectacle.
The Indonesian artist has a submerged blue head as a metaphor for the loss of traditional knowledge.
The future of troubled classical music and arts magazine Limelight is looking a little brighter after its publisher announced an "interested party" has stepped forward to ensure the March edition is published.
The artist creates a world where the dreams and futile endeavours of humankind are brought together.
Melbourne's sixth annual White Night event was blessed with perfect weather, a big well-behaved crowd, and a plethora of stunning attractions.
An art exhibition at Canberra's Museum of Australian Democracy looks at migration through the eyes of Holocaust survivors.
The three sisters say their slow-and-steady approach has paid off as they look to London to grow their fashion label.
Great cities don't just happen. For the past 35 years, Melbourne city design director Rob Adams has overseen a renewal that has turned a donut doughnut city into a 24-hour metropolis.
Watch for a new fashion trend among the glitter and sequins of the Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras: the rainbow hijab.
For Kim Sajet it was a moment of a lifetime. "But I’ve had some pretty extraordinary moments since I’ve been in this job," the Australian said.