Emily Floyd shares 10th solo exhibition, Icelandic Puffins, at the Anna Schwartz Gallery

Melbourne’s Anna Scwartz Gallery is hosting the impressive 10th solo exhibition by local artist and sculptor, Emily Floyd. The exhibition, entitled Icelandic Puffins, opens on April 8th and runs until May 13th, showcases Floyd’s technique for hand carving – the individual puffins come next to Icelandic text identifying members of the financial elite.... Read More | Share it now!

Melbourne’s Yhonnie Scarce wins $20,000 Guirguis New Art Prize

The Art Gallery of Ballarat hosted the Guirguis New Art Prize award ceremony recently, with Melbourne’s Yhonnie Scarce taking home the $20,000 prize for her work, The More Bones the Better. The installation, made up of six medical beakers, hand blown glass and tubing, the work has been described as haunting and delicate, a culmination of her research into the colonization of Australia.... Read More | Share it now!

Over 1000 events nationwide announced for the 2017 Australian Heritage Festival

Thanks to the National Trust, over 1000 events have been announced to showcase throughout the Australian Heritage Festival this year. The event, which is the larger and longest running festival celebrating Australia’s natural, historic Indigenous and multicultural heritage, is presenting yet another dynamic program of productions across its five week run from April 18th.... Read More | Share it now!