A former director of Wagga Wagga Art Gallery has been announced as the new CEO and artistic director for Megalo Print Studio, replacing outgoing director Ingeborg Hansen.
The new Rusten House Arts Centre in Collett Street was previewed today (April 15, World Art Day) before a select group of arts insiders, gardeners, builders and local identities.
Those working near The Street Theatre on the corner of Childers Street and University Avenue in Civic may have been astonished at what’s happening on one of its walls.
After a year’s hiatus because of covid, the Four Winds Festival was back stronger than before, writes reviewer ROB KENNEDY.
Entries have just opened for the inaugural National Capital Art Prize which offers a prize pool of $45,000.
Entries have re-opened for “Sculpture@Shaw” in September, after the 2020 award’s postponement due to COVID-19, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA in her weekly column.
ROB KENNEDY reviews an exhibition with miniature paintings that make you feel like you're standing in a wetland or on the edge of a glorious landscape.
Young artists from primary and secondary schools are being invited to create their own version of Vincent van Gogh’s "Sunflowers" for the “Kids x Van Gogh challenge” at the National Gallery of Australia, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA.
“Tumultuous”, “messy”, “joyous” and “heartbreaking” were some of the adjectives used by National Portrait Gallery director Karen Quinlan yesterday (March 18) in unveiling the long-awaited “Australian Love Stories”.
Celebrating life in Gungahlin, looking into Greek Independence, and performing works from some of Europe's greatest composers. It's all featured – and more – in arts editor HELEN MUSA'S latest "artsday" column.
After a year’s hiatus, the Maruki Community Orchestra burst back onto the scene with an ambitious start to its 2021 season of four concerts, writes reviewer CLINTON WHITE.
Canberra has a new art prize, it has been announced today (March 10), reports arts editor HELEN MUSA.
Standing in front of one masterpiece after another is daunting… seeing the brushstrokes, the lines, colours and shapes of these master works come alive, writes reviewer ROB KENNEDY.
“Yellow Tailed Cockatoo” by James Small is the winning design for the Endeavour House Mural in Manuka, it has been announced by Ethical Property CEO Adam Trevaskus today (March 3).
“Staff can’t get the smiles off their faces,” said co-ordinating curator Sally Foster to a crowd at this morning's (March 3) preview of “Botticelli to van Gogh: Masterpieces from the National Gallery, London” at the National Gallery of Australia.
Canberra Philharmonic is about to stage the Broadway show “Jersey Boys” in a new production by Jim McMullen, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA in her weekly arts column.
The National Portrait Gallery's exhibition “Australian Love Stories” is coming up on March 20, celebrating “love, affection and connection in all its myriad forms and permutations”.
A partnership between Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council and Bendigo Bank’s Braidwood and Bungendore branches means good news for local artists.
Nicole Ellis’ art-making displays a strong sense of the damaged and what remains, writes reviewer ROB KENNEDY.
Original drawings and paintings by the artists of “The Picturesque Atlas of Australasia” will be on show at the National Library of Australia, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA.