Dark Mofo art experience Hrafn: Conversations with Odin sees tourists returning to the fire-ravaged Huon Valley south of Hobart to spend money and boost the local communities.
Mine, by NZ artist Simon Denny, is like Monopoly on steroids for the Anthropocene — but visitors should watch out they don't get hooked.
It's on again, Dark Mofo — with Swedish doom metal, a diorama of a city in riot, a performer pressing their body up against a ice carving and metal spikes piercing pages containing verse written by jailed poets on the menu. Here is how to survive Hobart's festival of the weird.
Vincent Namatjira, the great-grandson of acclaimed artist Albert Namatjira, wins the Ramsay Art Prize in Adelaide for his painting Close Contact.
For natural history buffs, the flooding of the Lake Eyre Basin is something very important to document. For a photographer, it's a dream assignment.
In a backyard shed, artist Kerrie Taylor makes jewellery out of cutlery.
An Aboriginal art gallery will bring remote culture and community into the heart of Adelaide, helping to stop predatory dealers from underpaying artists.
Listed for $80,000, the small 'oil on cardboard' attracted four determined phone bidders who pushed the final price close to $1 million, likely a new world record per-centimetre price for Australian artwork at auction.
Would you eat possum while sipping a bloody Mary that has a wild boar's eye floating in it? A new cookbook suggests doing just that — all in the name of art and the environment.