Diverse/City: Aboriginal Art in Melbourne is an exhibition that does not predefine what Aboriginal art is; instead it showcases the diversity of art and culture that exists in Australia.
Chaco Kato is an installation artist who works both individually and as part of an arts collective called “Slow Art Collective”. Her work moves beyond the conventional 3D works of sculpture, which is traditionally static and monumental with a more feminine approach. She chats to Adriana Alvarez.
To celebrate the launch of the new Harley-Davidson Vintage Bar and Shield helmet, Harley-Davidson Australia has teamed up with Australia’s edgiest street artists to create a unique collection of customised helmets, to be showcased at Mary’s Newtown in Sydney at an exhibition, For the Love of Lids.
Music, Melbourne + Me: 40 Years of Mushroom & Melbourne’s Music Culture is a celebration of the last four decades of popular music represented through music, songs, posters, photographs, costumes, memorabilia and iconic Melbourne rock venues.
A new exhibition at City Gallery, 'Postcode 3000', tells the story of Melbourne’s transformation from bleak business district to a bustling residential area and charts the dramatic changes that have occurred since a 1985 recommendation for 8000 new residential units in the central city.
The Ethics of Style is an exhibition that explores the relationship between sustainability and wearable art. Curated by Sigrid McCarthy, the aim is to highlight the notion that sustainable fashion can engage in creativity while also being functional, stylish and aesthetically pleasing.
'Speaking in Colour' showcases, for the first time, the beautiful collection of indigenous Australian art put together by Carrillo and Ziyin Gantner at the Shepparton Art Museum in Victoria. The exhibition features paintings from the Central Desert, barks from Arnhem Land, and works from the north of WA.
Last year, Jessie Ray became increasingly frustrated at the lack of Sydney culture in terms of connection and collaboration. Where was the generous and collaborative city community that values connection, collaboration and authenticity? And what was her solution?
For the first time in Australian history, 150 of the greatest covers spanning over four decades of Rolling Stone Australia, are touring the country and can be seen at Yarra Ranges Regional Museum until July, 2013.
Kate Hudson is a well-loved printmaker whose works grace many homes and interiors, as well as annual bag and wallet collections for Catherine Manuell Design. Her series of reduction linocut prints opens at The Light Factory Gallery later this month.
2013 has already proved to be a promising year for illustrator Emma Leonard. She chats to Brittany Stewart about sad girls, design markets and top-secret projects.
Why do sheds hold such appeal? Is it their under-designed simplicity, the purity of function, material and lack of conceit, ambition or demand? The sentinel shed in the country landscape is particularly captivating; with the beauty of decay and neglect transforming the building in a slow graceful metamorphosis.