A snapshot of cutting-edge work by First Nations artists

May 15, 2019

An aMBUSH Gallery exhibition showcasing contemporary First Nations art will be opened this month at Kambri, Australian National University’s new multimillion-dollar redevelopment. While You Were Sleeping will integrate a range of First Nations artists who create […]

That first taste of mango for the season

May 8, 2019

Mark Sheppard’s an actor, writer, an experienced clown, and a graduate of the Western Australia Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA). This week sees him plunging into an intensive creative development workshop in Cairns to shape […]

Noongar resilience on display in New York state

May 6, 2019

Artworks from Noongar children of the Stolen Generations are on display at Colgate University in Hamilton, New York state. Originally bought by New York art collector Herbert Mayer, the Indigenous artworks were donated to Colgate […]

Expect to be spellbound by a Red Centre awash with light

March 27, 2019

Baker Boy will perform at this year’s Parrtjima festival, the world’s only First Nations light show, which will bring Australia’s Red Centre alive. The ten day festival will showcase new lighting installations, interactive artwork, and […]

‘Roughsey truly understood the power of storytelling’

March 27, 2019

The artworks of renowned Indigenous artist Goobalathaldin Dick Roughsey (1920-1985) will be exhibited at the Queensland Art Gallery to recognise the elder’s contributions to the Indigenous community. ‘Stories of this Land’ opens March 30th and will […]

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