In conversation with Redfern’s art-space Duckrabbit — How can young artists afford to be artists, and what types of collective spaces make it possible?
Sydney Dance Company returns to Walsh Bay to deliver a shimmering rendition of Raphael Bonachela’s 2018 creation, ab [intra].
The 2022 Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prizes open to the public today.
The winner of the 2022 Archibald Prize will be announced this Friday 13 May, with the exhibition opening to the public the following day.
I know I can always return to my grandmother’s kitchen to bring us that little bit closer.
Imperial Sunset is inspired by the anguish and drive to eliminate the scourge and sin that is racism, as a sin that corrupts and destroys the soul.
It is a testament to the resilience of immigrant and diaspora communities, and a love for how objects hold a wealth of history and experiences within them.
Over the weekend, Joi Murugavell’s stunning new solo exhibition lit up a hidden corner of Chippendale.
The on-campus exhibition brings together a series of unassailable artworks from, or in response to, nuclear disasters such as Nagasaki, Maralinga and Chernobyl.
Delving into the activist history of the Tin Sheds Gallery and the 1970s-80s art collectives of USyd.