05 July 2017
Lyndal Walker, 2017 recipient of our Kunstlerhaus Bethanien residency, reflects on lessons learned from Berlin's arts community and its impact on her own work.
09 December 2015
The Venice Biennale highlights a year of success for Australian visual arts on the international stage. From showcasing one of Australia’s finest contemporary artists in Fiona Hall, to the realisation of a major architecture project in the new Australian Pavilion.
19 October 2015
Australia Council’s ground floor is transformed in a new exhibition called ‘Flashers’. Over a two day period, four artists hand painted illustrations onto the walls of the Australia Council’s ground floor window gallery.
21 July 2015
Each year John Monash Scholarships are awarded to outstanding graduates from Australian universities, who have demonstrated leadership skills and have a vision for a better Australia. The Scholarship enables them to undertake Masters or Doctoral degrees at the world’s best universities in order to work towards that vision.
15 July 2015
In her ambitious installation for the Venice Biennale, Wrong Way Time, Fiona Hall brings together hundreds of disparate elements which find alignments and create tensions around three intersecting concerns: global politics, world finances and the environment.
01 July 2015
In 2014, Lucy Simpson participated in the British Council’s ACCELERATE leadership program. Lucy, a Yuwaalaraay woman, shares her experiences from the program and her thoughts on leadership.
01 July 2015
Megan Monte, an emerging curator in Australia Council’s professional development program, spoke to Emily Floyd about her work that will be part of the 2015 Venice Biennale.
24 April 2015
With the opening of the Venice Biennale almost upon us, Andrew Varano, an Emerging Curator in the Australia Council Professional Development Program, took the time to chat with artist Reko Rennie about his upcoming collateral exhibition at the Biennale.
24 September 2014
Paolo Baratta, President of Fondazione la Biennale di Venez, gives his insights on the evolution of the Venice Biennale, national pavilions, and Australia’s new Pavilion.
10 July 2014
A major survey of Danie Mellor's work covering the past 10 years, Exotic Lies, Sacred Ties, is now touring the country.