THE Artists Society of Canberra has been going strong since 1927 and its 78th annual spring exhibition, held at the Fitters Workshop in Kingston,...
The Australian National University has announced $80 million upgrade for School of Art and Design to make it into "an exciting new space for 21st century art and design".
Highly respected ceramicist Cathy Franzi takes viewers to the summits of the Canberra region in her latest collection, writes reviewer CAREN FLORANCE.
Tomorrow (September 7) the National Gallery of Australia will open one of the glories of its collection—its post-War American art—in “Lichtenstein to Warhol: The Kenneth Tyler Collection”.
The 2019 Napier Waller Art Prize online exhibition of 26 shortlisted artworks is now live on the Australian War Memorial’s website, writes HELEN MUSA.
The Dog on the Tuckerbox statue is having some R&R in Canberra, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA.
The works in this exhibition are delicate, beautifully created and sit snugly on one’s clothes, writes reviewer MEREDITH HINCHLIFFE after going to the “Marian Hosking: Gardens” exhibition.
Canberra Museum & Gallery has a new Sidney Nolan acquisition and a new space to show it in.
Printmaker Sheida Sabetraftar won the emerging artists' prize from the Capital Arts Patrons’ Organisation last night (July 31) at the ANU School of Art & Design.
Canberra region artist Kerry McInnis has been announced as the winner of the People’s Choice Award at this year’s "Salon des Refusés" exhibition.
Greek philosopher Aristotle is credited with exceptional foresight by his modern admirers, and now as part of the "South Side" open fire series, former journalist and now Canberran, Michael Smith, will host a provocative talk called “Aristotle Now”.
Art such as this asks the audience quietly to open their eyes, enjoy what they have and think a bit more about what they're doing, writes JOHN LANDT after viewing Janet Dawson's exhibition “Clouds All the Way”.
JOHN LANDT reviews “Contemporary Worlds: Indonesia”.