Fashionable history

If you are driving through Albury in the coming months why not go via Paris and get a taste of...

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To give or not to give

As the end of the financial year approaches, it’s time to start to assessing financials and tax liabilities, and most...

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Shedding the light

In this era of sustainability and energy use, best-practice expectations for building systems are rapidly evolving. Museum and gallery facilities are...

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Museums Australia conference in review

Last week staff from M&G played round-a-bout at the Museums Australia Conference, ducking in and out of sessions, passing tickets...

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Not another broken promise

As Parramatta aspires to be the economic and social powerhouse of the Sydney basin – culture gets tossed again –...

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Jo Eisenberg in conversation

M&G: Thanks for speaking with us and congratulations on your final exhibition at the Maitland Regional Art Gallery (MRAG) and the ‘festival of Joe’! With...

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Ribbons of reflection: memorials and mementos

It’s a sunny day in Sydney after weeks of rain and storms. Hyde Park is full of brides and...

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The other Victoria’s Secret: Underwear’s hidden history

Wherever fashion has gone, underwear has followed. Undressed: 350 years of underwear in fashion, currently on show at MAAS...

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Archies for the mind

The Archibald Prize has arrived at the Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery and audiences are elated! The show is a...

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What’s an Emerging Artist?

The exhibition line ups of most artist run spaces and art prize finalists show a leaning towards artists with...

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Tony Albert in conversation

Recently M&G talked with Aboriginal artist Tony Albert about his newly unveiled public monument YININMADMEYI Thou didst let fall adjacent...

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Annual Dobell Exhibition Grant opens

Are you a NSW regional gallery with big dreams and a small budget? Then this might be a dream...

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Our Rivers Our History

Our Rivers Our History is the result of Arts NSW brilliant Regional Museum Networking (RMN) grant, and what a...

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Preservation workshops

Make the preservation of your institution’s collection a priority in 2015. Preservation Australia has announced its 2015 workshop calendar....

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Kaldor pilots regional education project

Jo Higgins is the Marketing and Regional Engagement Coordinator at Kaldor Public Art Projects. She penned us this piece...

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Abstraction wins big!

Ildiko Kovacs has taken out the 2015 Bulgari Art Award with her work Onda, earning $50,000 for the acquisition of...

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Getting ArtsReady

ArtsReady is a national program that supports young Australians seeking a successful and rewarding career in the arts and creative...

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Sculpture in the mountains

Katoomba – a town of mists and mellow fruitfulness … and sculpture! With three related exhibitions across town, both indoors...

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Seeing is not what it seems

Anything to do with visual perception makes me excited! So excited that I changed my arts career to one...

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Winning hearts and minds

Art education programs are an integral element in gallery visitation and community engagement. Successful education programs paired with thoughtfully curated...

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