An extraordinary pavilion constructed of paper rolls by staff and first year students at the University of Canberra, has temporarily transformed Civic Square.
Celebrity fashion designer Alex Perry will talk the fashion talk and schmooze with arts patrons at M16 Artspace's increasingly popular swanky fundraiser at The Ottoman.
A large gathering of visual arts identities were on hand this morning (October 18) to see Suburban Development Minister Yvette Berry unveil a striking new sculpture commissioned by Ginninderry Estate.
The winners in the 2019 Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council Art Awards were officially announced by the council’s Jacquelyn Richards on Tuesday (October 15) evening.
Skywhale is returning home and this times it's for good, writes HELEN MUSA.
The official portrait of Nova Peris, the first Aboriginal woman to become a federal parliamentarian and senator, was unveiled this morning (October 16) at Parliament House.
After a 10-month journey of personal discovery with photographer Hilary Wardhaugh, 10 Canberra region photographers are showing off their skills and creativity in a new show called "Exposure".
The new Tim Fairfax Learning Gallery and Studio was officially launched at the National Gallery of Australia this morning (Friday, October 11).
The Australian Dance Party's work “Seamless” will play alongside the launch of the “Women in Vogue: Celebrating Sixty Years in Australia” exhibition.
Romeo’s main target is the music industry and as a devoted fan of rock ‘n’ roll, he laments its demise as it’s been overwhelmed by hip-hop culture, writes HELEN MUSA.
The beauty and dangers of everyday life in Papua New Guinea feature in this invigorating exhibition of recent works by PNG artists, writes reviewer JOHN LANDT after seeing the new exhibition “Piksa Inap Tok (Pictures Can Talk): Contemporary Art from Papua New Guinea”.
A Wiradjuri shield from the National Museum of Australia’s collection was the inspiration for a unique Australian flowerbed design at this year’s Floriade.
Canberra region glass artist Kirstie Rea is the winner of the inaugural Klaus Moje Glass Award.
The Queanbeyan Art Society’s twelfth annual city art show, "In the Heart of "Canberra" is now in full swing in a big tent in Civic - and paintings are going like hot cakes, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA.
The War Memorial’s $10,000 2019 Napier Waller Art Prize has gone to Natalie Duncan for her work, “You are in danger and I am far away".