The people have spoken – it’s a win for this first-time Archibald finalist and her portrait of the inimitable Guy Pearce.
A mesmerising new exhibition of hand-blown glass forms, at Adelaide’s Museum of Economic Botany.
The art show responding to the Nauru Files, All We Can’t See, will see its Melbourne iteration next week at fortyfivedownstairs.
A brand new speciality cake-shop, creamery, cafe, pantry, wine store and weekly food market from a group of likeminded food and wine legends in Korumburra, Victoria.
A collaboration between stylist Sarah Ellison and Teranova tiles, inspired by places warmer than Melbourne right now.
A limited-edition textiles collection that brings together the work of artists living with intellectual disabilities and the craftsmanship of artisans in developing countries.
The Robin Boyd Foundation announces ‘The Boyd Circle’, a new initiative to help protect the future of Boyd’s Walsh Street House.
Melbourne-based architecture practice MUIR together with landscape architects OPENWORK draw on childhood memories of visiting the NGV for their winning design.
Comedian and self- professed architecture/design nerd Tim Ross announces his latest show for lovers of modernism.
The Melbourne-based artists ask visitors to rediscover their imaginations in their latest exhibition in Newtown.
A group of local South Australian artists and designers respond to a landmark exhibition, with a range of shoppable art.
Fitzroy design store will debut a new exhibition from New York-based photographer, Brooke Holm, at their Denfair stand this week.
If you thought Melbourne was already at the top of its game for arts and cultural development, we’ve just out-Melbourned ourselves!
The recently opened Michelton Gallery of Aboriginal Art is now the largest commercial gallery for indigenous art in Australia.
The Japan-based designer returns home for his inaugural solo show, merging recycled Australian materials with traditional Japanese philosophies.
A young Melbourne woman is this year’s winner of the prestigious Australian portrait prize!
A market at the Brisbane-based studio to celebrate one year of getting their hands dirty.
Sydney’s APY Gallery is a platform for young and emerging artists, and the first of its kind in Australia.
The iconic Melbourne brand teams up with Guide Dogs Australia to create dog jackets for a good cause.
Do you remember what you did for your 10th birthday party? Chances are, you didn’t have a world-famous artist create a custom piece for you.
Adelaide is about to feel a whole lot more Parisian, with an unprecedented new exhibition on loan from the famed Musée d’Orsay.
An extract from an essay written by Hub Furniture’s owner and Director, Jacqueline Foti-Lowe, about the unexpected fate of her commissioned art piece, Diminishing Elation, by GERONIMO.
A humble brown paperback has beaten out bigger, glossier books to take out the prestigious Cornish Family Prize for Art and Design Publishing.
A very shiny collaboration between Sydney’s Museum of Contemporary Art store, ethical accessories brand From St Xavier and artist Nell.
The German artist’s epic installation takes us to a whole new world.
A large-scale installation project featuring over 30 artists sprawling across the floors, walls and ceilings of an abandoned school site in Collingwood.
The iconic Australian artist has released a new hardcover book of mostly unseen works.
The fourth structure in MPavilion’s architectural community project is unveiled.
From this Thursday, the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre will host showcasing over 300 exhibitors across interiors, soft furnishings, lighting, homewares, and furniture, and a seminar series featuring both local and international design experts.