An innovative professional experience program connecting arts students with companies like Macquarie Bank, Artspace and Hello Social is transforming the traditional internship.
We tend to throw away broken things, but the Japanese art of kintsugi – repairing broken ceramics with gold and silver – can give us a different perspective on waste, writes Guy Keulemans.
The Maralinga atomic tests were devastating to life and land in Central Australia. Black Mist Burnt Country brings together dozens of artistic responses in a powerful, but somewhat incoherent memorial, writes Joanna Mendelssohn.
A computerised headdress, a garment that breathes in response to air quality … Tricia Flanagan blends technology and clothing to push the envelope of everyday life.
I like deadlines and deliverables. They punctuate my projects and force me to package my work into consumable chunks that are necessary for sharing and showing my work, writes Kate Patterson.
When Mike Parr lay supine before Jackson Pollock's Blue Poles, streaked with his own blood, he offered a new way of looking at the act of painting, writes Edward Scheer.
UNSW Art & Design student Samuel Jaramillo’s comic about food security has been selected for inclusion in an international publication.
Sydney's Garden Palace burned to the ground in 1882. Now Indigenous artist Jonathan Jones is exploring the epic event from an Aboriginal perspective, writes Prudence Gibson.
This year's Archibald Prize winner is a painting that shows great affection for its subject, writes Joanna Mendelssohn.
The 51 Archibald finalist have been hung at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, and many of the works have not necessarily been chosen on aesthetic grounds, writes Joanna Mendelssohn.