Over the past four decades, the National Art Glass Collection at Wagga Wagga Art Gallery has grown to become Australia’s most significant, and most beloved, collection of the enthralling artform that is contemporary glass. Now holding over six hundred pieces by our country’s internationally acclaimed glass artists, this achievement would not have been possible without the extraordinary generosity of individual collectors and supporting organisations across Australia and from overseas. Read more
In Scot Cotterell's Romantic Conceptualism, paid amateur actors worldwide have created videos and photographs prompted by the title. Using content commissioning online services at fixed rates, the works become studies of the aesthetics of this peculiar hybrid platform. They come together as a collective conjuring, a self-referential loop, a chant, a drone: a distributed idea and a redundant manifesto. Read more
Time and Place is an exhibition of photography by local artist Joel Markham. Within acknowledging the fundamental nature of our relationships with time and place, Joel’s photographs float the possibility that these phenomena are naturally enmeshed, and that this fusion sees them perfectly placed to exert a core influence on who we are and the pathways that we tread. Read more
In her exhibition titled Cynosure, Clarence Valley artist Chris Hazell explores a range of themes including social issues such as marriage equality, environmental concerns and animal cruelty. The elements included in her portraits hint at these themes each making use of ranging subject matter, colour and symbolism. Read more
Gladys O’Grady (1894 - 1985) and her sister Doris O’Grady (1902 - 1994) were keen observers of the natural environment. Most of their lives were spent on the family property Tristania at Seelands, west of Grafton. Read more
The Ghost Who Walks is coming to Coffs Harbour! This fantastic exhibition at the Bunker Cartoon Gallery will feature works by some of Australia’s foremost and best loved artists, including Gary Shead, Charles Blackman, Dick Frizzle, Arthur Boyd, Michael Leunig, Reg Mombassa, and works by the curators Peter Kingston and Dietmar Lederwasch.
In conjunction with the Phantom Art Show and the Bunker and in support of local artists, saso.creative is very pleased to announce the saso.creative Phantom Downunder Art Prize: The Phantom and the Australian Experience.
The competition is open to all artists working in all media (except edible) and boasts total prize money of $1500.
Organizers of Art Unlimited, one of regional Australia’s most exciting art events, are calling for entries from artists, photographers and ceramicists for the ninth annual competition to be staged in Dunedoo from 19th to 28th May. Read more
Museum of the South East — or MoSE — is an online collection of significant artefacts from the collections and museums of the Bega Valley, Eurobodalla and Snowy Monaro local government areas. Read more
In the late 19th century, artists such as Arthur Streeton, Tom Roberts and others congregated around the artist's camps of Mosman Bay. It was here that a young Howard Hinton met many of them.
Over 100 years later, a group of artists from the New England region visited the same locations to find aspiration. Read more
The Archibald Prize is awarded annually to the best portrait, 'preferentially of some man or woman distinguished in art, letters, science or politics, painted by any artist resident in Australasia’. Read more