Tag: art

Webtoon From the Field: Coronavirus as Lived by Artists

Arena Online

UB

23 Jun 2020

Dear Artist, How has the coronavirus affected you?

Negotiating Survival Through Crisis: Art, Galleries and Museums

This is the opportunity to create intimate encounters, where the relationship between people and art becomes a testament to living.

The Power of the Hiroshima Panels, by Cleo Macmillan

Cleo Macmillan

4 Feb 2019

Have you heard of the Hiroshima Panels?

Moira Finucane’s Gallery ‘Tour’, by Neil Maizels

Neil Maizels

18 Feb 2017

Can art criticism be a dance, or a Vaudeville romp around Australia’s largest art gallery? Can the free (and hilariously droll) musings of a sparkly, adventurous super-woman produce an entertainingly valid criticism of art criticism? The answers are all Yes.

GEORGE AND ILZA BURCHETT: A Retrospective and Fundraiser for the Hanoi Studio

Event

February 27, 2016 @ 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
The People’s Republic, Sydney, NSW
Please join us for this superb exhibition, a once-only opportunity to acquire George and Ilza Burchett's works at absurdly affordable prices, and help launch a new phase of Burchett creation in Vietnam. Open SATURDAY AND SUNDAY – FEBRUARY 27 AND 28

Barry Dickins at Marios: Launch by Kim Gyngell

Event

July 23, 2014 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Marios Cafe, Fitzroy, Vic, 3065
Readers, friends and supporters of Arena Magazine are warmly invited to the launch of Barry Dickins’ exhibition of new paintings at Marios cafe, Wednesday 23 July, 5.30 pm. Barry has produced a joyous cacophony of colour and fantasy in water-colour works on paper and board. He describes it as ‘the marriage of frolicsome spontaneity and […]

Our Agency is Powerful

Roger Nelson talks with environmental art activist Natalie Jeremijenko on creating future foods for humans and the planet

Diamonds are for Everyone

New trends in contemporary jewellery