Arts & Culture
The way these images get displayed and talked about matters – Macushla Robinson.
In this momentous exhibition titled ‘Lyrical Landscapes: The Art of William Robinson’, Brisbane-born Robinson’s beautiful atmospheric landscape paintings from his Creation Series, align under one roof for the very first time. Until 3 October at HOTA, Queensland
Lori Pensini won for her work ‘Family,’ 2021, painted portraits on fine bone china.
The prize has been ongoing for 100 years and celebrates contemporary emerging artistic practices. The winner will receive $30,000 for a program of self-directed professional development.
Caravaggio, Titian, Rembrandt, Vermeer, Cézanne and Monet are just a handful of the European master painters whose centuries old works are on display in ‘European Masters from The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York’ at Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA).
The Museum of Brisbane’s new podcast Where I Belong tells the story of art, family, place and experience in Australia.
The Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair is host to a spectacular fusion of art, design and fashion online with a showcase of work by talented Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists and designers working across 70+ Indigenous owned art centres.
Our congratulations go to Joel B. Pratley who has won the National Photographic Portrait Prize this morning for their work ‘Drought Story’ a compelling composition which the artist captions powerfully; ‘Sometimes you think, why am I here?’.
As many of us navigate our way through yet another round of lockdowns, two iconic creative institutions, The Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Theatre Company, invite us to explore 3-D virtual worlds, dance choreography and theatre online.
In music, comedy and all the arts we lose and laugh at ourselves and gratefully remember that deep down we are all vulnerable, frightened, clumsy, equal, connected human beings.
‘Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards’ + Interview with 2021 finalist Thea Perkins
The annual ‘Telstra NATSIAA’s’ shines a light on the exceptional artistic talent and creative vision of emerging and established Indigenous artists from around Australia. Opens 7 August.