“NEW Tricks” is the title of the graduating exhibition for the Canberra Institute of Technology’s Diploma of Visual Arts, opening tomorrow (June 26).
Francis Kenna is an artist obsessed with space and now he has a chance to put his theories into practice by curating the fifth annual CAPO Emerging Artists’ Prize Exhibition, writes HELEN MUSA.
Plaque Gallery, billed as the smallest and most unique, functional gallery in the world, was today (June 21) launched in style by its founder and curator, Paddy Long, adjacent to the National Gallery, writes HELEN MUSA.
Nearly 40 baskets are being exhibited by 12 members of the Fibre Basket Makers of the ACT in a new exhibition, which includes functional baskets and sculptural works, writes reviewer MEREDITH HINCHLIFFE.
“Barka the Forgotten River” is full of art and artefacts that tell an important story of the Darling River, known as the Baraka by the Barkindji people from around Wilcannia in NSW, says reviewer ROB KENNEDY.
Claude Monet’s once-neglected masterpiece, “Impression, sunrise” forms the centrepiece to a new exhibition full of ideas, reports arts editor HELEN MUSA.
The National Portrait Gallery is calling for entries to the inaugural Darling Portrait Prize.
Nothing could be better calculated to draw the crowds into the National Gallery than a major exhibition of Claude Monet’s art, says arts editor HELEN MUSA. And here one comes.
The ANU has a new art gallery opening in its new $260 million Kambri precinct, but it’s gone out of town in a bid to beef up community engagement, says arts editor HELEN MUSA.
The Artists Society of Canberra/ACT Catchment Groups art exhibition, “Space and Spaces”, has a dazzling new home in the atrium of the Canberra Centre, reports arts editor HELEN MUSA.
To mark the achievement of Belconnen Arts Centre’s Stage 2, artists are being invited from throughout Australia to respond to themes of change, metamorphosis, growth, journey and evolution in open exhibition called “Metamorphosis Unframed”.
A significant exhibition of calligraphy and art from the National Museum of China is on show to the public at the National Museum from today (Friday, April 5). But it’s by no means just art for art’s sake.
Arts editor HELEN MUSA shares Canberra’s newest gallery openings
CANBERRA International Music Festival's artistic director Roland Peelman is making the music of J.S. Bach central to the festival's 25th anniversary edition. He will discuss...
CMAG gets a new and temporary director
“BRINDABELLAS and Beyond” is an exhibition opening Saturday (March 30) at Strathnairn Arts. It looks at the works of veteran artists Alex Kosmas and...
“THE textiles scientist” by Kate Atkinson has won the people’s choice award in this year’s National Photographic Portrait Prize. The black and white portrait of...
IN a poignant reminder that Māori is still a living language, elders from the Māori community – Australian and New Zealand – led a...
Five senior artists from Tjungu Palya art centre in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Lands of SA have been painting not just "in" country but directly "on to" country, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA.
One of Canberra’s most eminent printmakers, Dianne Fogwell, has been announced as winner of “Megala”, the $10,000 inaugural Megalo International Print Prize.