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“I am questioning the boundaries of art and where it belongs”: Emma Coulter

“I am questioning the boundaries of art and where it belongs”: Emma Coulter

You may recognise Emma Coulter’s space- and surface-bending artworks at a glance. As one of Melbourne’s most dynamic artists, her work lives at the intersection of painting and site-specific art in a chromo-spatial manner.

Crafting a portal on the threshold between art and the workplace

Crafting a portal on the threshold between art and the workplace

Nestled cosily inside the ANZ Docklands campus in Melbourne, Foolscap Studio has designed a separate little world to transport the visitor out of the office space. ANZ Centre Gallery is a calming space presenting a previously less visible collection of art.

It’s time to make your architectural and artistic mark

It’s time to make your architectural and artistic mark

Want to make your mark in regional Australia? With the Bridge Art Project, Echuca-Moama Art Gallery receiving funding, it’s time for the creative juices to flow and architecture to shine.

Telling the story of storytelling at White Rabbit Gallery

Telling the story of storytelling at White Rabbit Gallery

Taking the art of storytelling as his starting point, curator David Williams has drawn together works from Judith Neilson’s private collection for the latest exhibition at White Rabbit Gallery. Shuo Shu runs until May 14th.

“Cultural artefacts that seem to have floated up from the bottom of the harbour”

“Cultural artefacts that seem to have floated up from the bottom of the harbour”

As part of this year’s Sydney Festival, a major public artwork by Brenda L. Croft is unveiled along the Barangaroo waterfront. At once thoughtful and bold, ‘Naabami (thou shall/will see): Barangaroo (army of me)’ highlights First Nations women and girls.

Good finds – we’ve uncovered this ceramic hotspot in Collingwood

Good finds – we’ve uncovered this ceramic hotspot in Collingwood

Quench your creative appetite with this new retail destination in Collingwood, Melbourne, where ceramics are the main focus.

This exhibition by Do Ho Suh will change your whole perspective

This exhibition by Do Ho Suh will change your whole perspective

Looking for an exhibition to visit in Sydney these Christmas holidays? Do Ho Suh’s major new survey at Sydney’s MCA is extraordinary, writes Gillian Serisier.

“Most significant cultural building since the Opera House”: Sydney Modern opens

“Most significant cultural building since the Opera House”: Sydney Modern opens

The North Building at the Art Gallery of New South Wales is complete. Part of the Sydney Modern Project and designed by Japanese practice SANAA, with Architectus as executive architects, it is a magical, ethereal spatial experience and a globally significant building.

The Ghost Net Collective: Mermer Waiskeder (Stories of the Moving Tide)

The Ghost Net Collective: Mermer Waiskeder (Stories of the Moving Tide)

Threading together Country and cultures across Australia, this artist collective has produced a series of memorable sculptures to sit by Sydney Harbour.

RONE transports us to post-WWII Melbourne at Flinders Street Station

RONE transports us to post-WWII Melbourne at Flinders Street Station

Melbourne artist RONE creates a time capsule of mid-century Melbourne with an immersive installation in the infamous Flinders Street Station ballroom. ‘Time’ is now open, running until April 2023.

Indigenous Ceramic Award at Shepparton Art Museum

Indigenous Ceramic Award at Shepparton Art Museum

Shepparton Art Museum is about to host the 2022 Indigenous Ceramic Award, 8 October from 4:30pm.

Craft Vic captures the wild and experimental in The Chair

Craft Vic captures the wild and experimental in The Chair

From the dawn of time the chair has been an integral part of furniture history. The shapes and styles are multifarious however, a chair sets the scene wherever it is positioned. And so, the backdrop is set at Craft Victoria, with an exhibition of chairs that affords a bird’s eye view of some of the many interpretations and concepts that have been developed into a chair.