Selling art online offers opportunities for artists and gallery owners, however the process requires time, money and commitment.
Street art has emerged from its ignoble beginnings and serves as a timely reminder to never judge a book by its cover
Centre of the Centre will be O’Callaghan’s first largescale exhibition in an Australian public institution. The exhibition comprises three distinct yet interrelated works – a large-scale video work, a performative aspect and selected glass sculptures. On display at University of Queensland Art Museum till 22 February 2021
Operating your own art gallery is not for the faint hearted, there a many factors that contribute to success, or may combine to bring you to your knees. It takes a long time to build a family of supporters while also building relationships with artists.
Public art is an essential element in creating a community identity that encourages people to live nearby and to visit. Public art creates proven social and health impacts as well as economic impact. Creating public art should be a partnership between government, the artistic community and the broader community.
Transformative artistic programs are essential for arts organisations seeking to emerge from the pandemic to regain viability and become sustainable
As arts organisations look to rebuild following Covid-19, opportunities for collaborative art projects may help build the family of supporters and share the cost of marketing.
Arts organisations need to meet the needs of multiple stakeholders. They can achieve this through long term planning and understanding the value of art to their community.
The work of 24 recent visual arts graduates from every State and Territory will take over the PICA galleries for Hatched: The National Graduate Show 2020
While the actual Melbourne Art Fair has been rescheduled for 2021, in June 2020 the public will be able to view virtual artists galleries online
Under the stars presents stargazing and mapping by Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists on display Art Gallery NSW till 20 September 2020