Kudelka named Cartoonist of the Year

Modest cartoonist Jon Kudelka has been named Cartoonist of the Year, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA. 

Jon calls for arts champ

EVEN the sudden downpour couldn’t dampen the spirits at Strathnairn Homestead’s refurbished woolshed on Friday when the president of Strathnairn Arts Association, Anita McIntyre,...

Arts / Around the galleries

Arts editor HELEN MUSA shares Canberra’s newest gallery openings

Chinese art balances historical calligraphy and painting

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.

Art ‘hot to trot’ with Christmas magic

EVERYTHING will be "hot to trot" at Strathnairn’s Christmas Magic pop-up shop, where  17 local and regional artists present glass, paper, jewellery, ceramics, textiles,...

Arts / What’s on and where in Canberra this weekend?

FRESH from Las Vegas, Alyssa Kitt is coming to Canberra to dance at a burlesque show. Joining Kitt on the stage are local performers...

Seasons of musicals

CANBERRA Repertory is celebrating its 80th birthday next year and its 2012 season will be all about people. And what a lot of friends this...

Arts / Around the galleries

Arts editor HELEN MUSA shares Canberra’s newest gallery openings

Skywhale comes home for good

Skywhale is returning home and this times it's for good, writes HELEN MUSA.

Paper roll pavilion transforms Civic Square

An extraordinary pavilion constructed of paper rolls by staff and first year students at the University of Canberra, has temporarily transformed Civic Square.

Poignant photograph wins student a trip to Timor Leste

A poignant reworking of Max Dupain’s 1937 photograph, “Sunbaker”, by Canberra Institute of Technology student Eunie Kim, has won her the United Nations Internship to Timor Leste. 

Gerard Vaughan to take over at the National Gallery

The hot buzz in the arts world this morning is that Melbourne's Gerard Vaughan is, at any moment, going to be announced as the...

Kate’s winning portrait explores ageing

“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...

Review / In Form with spikiness and luminosity

Art / “Transitions: Paintings by Kate Bender and Sculptures by Keith Bender”. At Form Studio and Gallery, Queanbeyan. until March 14. Revoewed by ANNI DOYLE WAWRZYNCZAK

Job at PhotoAccess

PHOTOACCESS’S director Jan Falsone has contacted us to say they’re on the lookout for a new program manager. Claire Capel-Stanley, the present incumbent, is off to...

Cats and dogs come out to play in art show

  A SHOW opening tonight at the ANU School of Art Gallery has a title that could mislead you. “Mental as Anything” has nothing to do with...

Review: Praise for the printmaker of pop

visual arts “Roy Lichtenstein: Pop Remix” At the National Gallery of Australia until January 27. Reviewed by Anni Doyle Wawrzynczak

Review: Fresh and joyous exhibition

visual arts “Inside” – New Objects + Textiles by Megan Jackson At Canberra Contemporary Art Space, 19 Furneaux Street, Manuka until June 8, 2014. Open 12 pm – 4pm Wednesday to Sunday Reviewer: Meredith Hinchliffe

Review / Rambeau paints ‘arresting’ images of the outback

art / Marc Rambeau, Australia’s red landscapes. Alliance Française, Turner. Until October 16. Reviewed by ROB KENNEDY.

Canberra’s global star of glass has died

MEREDITH HINCHLIFFE remembers glass artist Klaus Moje: born Hamburg, October 5, 1936; died Canberra, September 24, 2016

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