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buxton fawn in the forest: grant stevens

Buxton Fawn in the Forest: Grant Stevens

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Buxton Contemporary is delighted to announce the launch of its third Light Source commission Fawn in the Forest by Sydney-based artist Grant Stevens. In Fawn in the Forest, an animated juvenile deer wanders through a computer-generated redwood forest. Programmed with artificial...
the 2020 curatorial intensive continues to bring the art community together, 10 november – 10 december

The 2020 Curatorial Intensive continues to bring the art community together, 10 November –...

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NETS Victoria will once again collaborate with the Public Galleries Association of Victoria (PGAV) to present the 2020 Curatorial Intensive, continuing to reach curators across Victoria and beyond to respond to the themes which have shaped 2020. This...
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THAT RADIO CHICK CHERYL LEE REVIEWS THE ROAD TO SOMEWHERE EXHIBITION

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THE ROAD TO SOMEWHERE EXHIBITION Newmarch Gallery, Prospect - 9 October 2020 DAVID BLIGHT – PAINTER, SCULPTOR, MUSICIAN, PAGEANT FLOAT CREATOR & CHILDRENS BOOK ILLUSTRATOR https://www.facebook.com/barry.crabtree.9638/videos/210538756635428/ Scrolling lazily through Facebook on a Friday evening, as you do, I...
meet artist naomi eller, featured in greenworld

Meet artist Naomi Eller, featured in Greenworld

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  Meet artist Naomi Eller Melbourne-based artist Naomi Eller works primarily with clay and collage. Eller’s work is inspired by nature, myth, and the human condition. Through her practice, Eller seeks to translate complex emotional states...
at last, the arts revolution — archibald winners flag the end of white male dominance

At last, the arts Revolution — Archibald winners flag the end of white male...

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Vincent Namatjira’s Stand strong for who you are, acrylic on linen, 152 x 198 cm. Photo: AGNSW/Mim Stirling The 2020 Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prizes, held under the strangest of all circumstances, has produced a neat...
‘the most refreshing archibald exhibition i can remember’: the 2020 portrait prize finalists

‘The most refreshing Archibald exhibition I can remember’: the 2020 portrait prize finalists

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Archibald Prize 2020 finalist Blak Douglas (aka Adam Hill), Writing in the sand, synthetic polymer paint on canvas, 250 x 250 cm © the artist. Photo: AGNSW, Felicity Jenkins Sitter: Dujuan Hoosen - documentary...
sunday essay: amid a war on culture, are australia’s art schools an endangered species?

Sunday essay: amid a war on culture, are Australia’s art schools an endangered species?

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Image: Shuttlestock The plight of art schools in Australia in recent decades is hardly breaking news. Shrinking budgets, staff cuts, amalgamations and reduced course offerings have plagued most of them. Some workshop disciplines including...
skills you need to grow to apply to art college

Skills You Need To Grow To Apply To Art College

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Similar to sculpting, drawing, or painting, writing is an art. And, not every individual is an expert at it. Not only does writing take talent, but also knowledge and skill. If you can write...
curators in conversation

Curators in Conversation

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Curators in Conversation 22 July 2020, 11-11.45am FREE In this 45-minute webinar find out more about a curator’s practice and the relationship between curator and visual artist. Kezia Geddes, Curator at Lismore Regional Gallery and Katie Dyer,...
finding beauty in code – 5 ways digital poetry combines human and computer languages

Finding beauty in code – 5 ways digital poetry combines human and computer languages

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Image: Joshua Sortino/Unsplash Since lockdown, everyone has had to rely heavily on digital technologies: be it Zoom work meetings and lengthy email chains, gaming and streaming services for entertainment, or social media platforms to organise...