The curators for the second edition of The National: New Australian Art 2019 have been announced.
Critical Animals Festival are calling out for a Project Curator to deliver their annual Critical Animals exhibition at The Lock-Up, as part of the This is Not Art Festival.
Creative Accounting exhibition tour wraps up.
With less than four weeks to go, the final program has been announced. Day tickets are now available.
Curators in the early stages of their careers are invited to propose an exhibition to be presented at Kudos Gallery as part of the Early Career Curators Award 2018.
We recently visited Culture at Work, located in Pyrmont, to chat with their CEO Sherryl Ryan about their unique science hub, residency program and gallery.
Plans are under way to deliver a new state-of-the-art regional gallery and central library for Coffs Harbour, as part of a new cultural and civic space.
The draft program is now available online and includes an exciting and diverse line-up of speakers.
After 14 years as Director of Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, Richard Perram says farewell.
Michael Rolfe replies to John McDonald's opinion piece claim of a crisis in NSW regional galleries.
Lismore Regional Gallery receives Dobell Exhibition Grant.
We talk to Caroline Garcia about her work and the touring exhibition Moving Histories // Future Projections.
RPG NSW has announced Curator, Ingrid Hedgcock of Tweed Regional Gallery and Margaret Olley Art Centre as the 2017 fellowship recipient.
Video documentation of the presentations from ArtChat 2017.
The ACP has announced the appointment of Dr. Allison Holland as Curator.
We talk to Angelica Mesiti about her exhibition currently touring nationally.
Another Green World: The Landscape of the 21st Century surveys art of the landscape in the contemporary era by female contemporary artists both emerging and established.
We spoke to David Griggs about his survey exhibition BETWEEN NATURE AND SIN, currently at Campbelltown Arts Centre before touring nationally.
Towards new curatorial models and modes of working, an event presented by Regional and Public Galleries NSW, and supported by Mosman Art Gallery and Museums and Galleries of NSW.
The Bayanihan Philippine Art Project is one of the most significant explorations of Filipino art ever presented in Australia.
The Long Paddock explores the history and the future of the Travelling Stock Routes network. This vast system of shared regional trails has inspired artists from across the country to respond with video, sculptural and sound installations.
We talk to Justene Williams about her exhibition currently touring nationally.
The Masterplan design includes a creative learning centre, a contemporary visitor hub, accommodation and a contemporary art gallery – partially buried into the landscape.
The Biennale of Sydney has announced the appointment of Jo-Anne Birnie Danzker as their new Director and Chief Executive Officer.
After twenty-two years, Tamara Winikoff has announced her resignation as Executive Director of the National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA).
Another in our series of interviews with regional and public gallery directors.
Goulburn Mulwaree Council has announced the appointment of Gina Mobayed as the new Director of Goulburn Regional Art Gallery.
From our place: an exhibition from NSW Aboriginal cultural centres starts its NSW tour this month.
At Carriageworks 18-21 March 2018 - Save the date.
Western Sydney artists, groups and collectives are invited to attend a grants information session at Blacktown Arts Centre.
Supporting the development of innovative curated visual art exhibitions in regional NSW galleries and assistance for galleries to target and develop new audiences.
We talk to artist Louise Weaver about her work and the touring exhibition Soft Core.
Conceived to offer critical interpretations of contemporary visual art and its broader art historical, theoretical and socio-political contexts.
Australia’s small to medium visual arts organisations are expected to do about double the work for less than half the funding, according to a new research report launched by NAVA.
More than 60 artists will make, exhibit and perform works throughout 20 venues across the town of Kandos and beyond.
The National Exhibition Register is bigger, better, online and on demand.
Cherie McNair has been appointment as permanent Director at the ACP.
Moving Histories // Future Projections brings together some of Australia’s leading female contemporary artists working across screen based media.
M&G NSW secures Visions of Australia grant to support touring exhibition Soft Core.
The bi-annual award for original works on or about paper.
Recovering Australia's lost women artists project.
M&G NSW is delighted to announce 5 residencies have been awarded.
We are delighted to announce that the Dobell Exhibition Grant will support two regional NSW galleries.
The AGNSW has announced the appointment of Maud Page to the position of Deputy Director and Director of Collections.
We spoke to Micheal Do about his new exhibition Soft Core, currently at Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre before touring nationally.
The initial selection of nine artists for the inaugural exhibition of The National have been released.
AlburyCity has announced the appointment of Bree Pickering as the new Director of Murray Art Museum Albury.
We talk to Holly Williams about the Curators’ Department and the touring exhibition Creative Accounting.
The New England Regional Art Museum (NERAM) in Armidale has received a donation of 11 artworks by leading Australian artists.
With MOP Projects soon to close we sat down with director and co-founder George Adams and asked about the history of MOP and his thoughts on the future of artist run initiatives.
We recently travelled out to the Peacock Gallery & Auburn Arts Studio situated in Auburn’s Botanical Gardens and spoke with ...
Director Jacqui Hemsley and Curator Bianca Acimovic are departing.
Lismore celebrates the final bureaucratic process for the galleries relocation.
Video documentation of the presentations from ArtChat 2016.
NERAM has received a donation which will pay the remainder of the ‘debt’ owed to Armidale Regional Council.
ArtChat 2016 is coming. Find out more about Bec Dean one of the speakers we have lined up for you.
ArtChat 2016 is coming. Find out more about some of talented speakers we have lined up for you.
A major exhibition at Newcastle Art Gallery exploring engagements between Aboriginal and non-Indigenous artists.
Another in our series of interviews with regional and public gallery directors.
Stop the Attack on the Arts: National Day of Action
Interview with Holly Williams, curator of Creative Accounting.
Forte magazine interviews Dr Felicity Fenner, curator of the touring exhibition People Like Us.
We talk to Deborah Kelly, about her exhibition currently on tour throughout Australia
Three of Sydney’s premier cultural institutions are establishing a major new exhibition partnership.
Arts Funding in an Age of Disruption at the Regional & Public Galleries NSW Conference 2016.
The second in our series of interviews with regional and public gallery directors.
The first in our series of interviews with regional and public gallery directors.
At the launch of the Embassy of Disappearance at Carriageworks, Mike Parr performed an action in the carpark outside titled Burning Down the House as part of the Biennale of Sydney 2016.
Professional development opportunities for everybody.
Why has this exhibition drawn such massive crowds?
Michael Rolfe broadens perpective.
Armidale and Tamworth galleries are in the news.
Good luck Kezia and Artspace on a successful exchange.
New ACRs have been announced. Congratulations to all recipients.
Ken + Julia Yonetani’s work explores our relationship with nature, science and the spiritual realm in the contemporary age.
A change of focus on what the museum offers both teachers and students.
Carriageworks brings us more under new partnership.
In discussion with our Gallery Programs and Touring Exhibitions Manager.
Exhibitions available to tour to your venue!
Video presentations from ArtChat: Art + Space
Artwork Transport pledges support for regional touring.
Good news for all art-on-walls in Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery.
Cosmic Love Wonder Lust brings together the artists of Imperial Slacks, an artist run collective formed in 2000.
We talk to Brendan Lynch, a rising star in the American art scene.
M&G talks with ACR recipient Amelia Barikin.
Looking for money? Funding for galleries is still available.
Sarah Last and David Burraston talk ACRs.
The first of our ArtChat artist profiles.
News from Kaldor's project with the Dubbo kids.
A final chin wag as he says so-long.
$40,000 available for an innovative exhibition program.
Kaldor Public Art Project goes to Dubbo.
Ildiko Kovacs wins the 2015 Bulgari Art Award.
Fairfield City Museum & Gallery seeking expressions of interest.
Supporting exhibition development over six years.
Design your exhibition in virtual space.
National summit to consider the big topics.
An award for original works on, or made with paper.
Exhibition opportunity for emerging regional NSW artists.
Call out for academic papers closing soon.
Can Bilbao be replicated in regional NSW?
Bos opportunity for emerging curators.
Great deal - artwork storage racks for free!
Australian Museum collection and visual art exhibition to tour.
A highlight of Campbelltown’s annual Festival of Fisher's Ghost.
Expressions of interest close 15 September 2014.
Provocative art making under the microscope.
The prestigious and historic art prizes is calling for entries.
What these grants can do for you.
Finding a touring exhibition is now much easier!
Call for entries: August 8 deadline
Call out for 2014 Splendour in the Grass.
Explore habitat. Build habitat.
A great opportunity for people in the sector to come together and see one of the state's newest institutions.
Help Mark Travers publish his journey through regional NSW.
Congratulations to all the successful recipients!
Fiona Hall AO selected for Venice Biennale 2015.
A Chifley Home and Charles Sturt University partnership.
New art e-Magazine launched by ACAA.
New NETS website goes live!
Michael Rolfe enjoys gallery hospitality.
Unique opportunity to develop a major national exhibition
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