The visual diary of John Olsen (1928–2023), preserved in the National Library of Australia, documents his progress on the biggest commission of his career, the Sydney Opera House mural Salute t
This story from NITV News in 2016 shows Northern Territory artist Harold Thomas, the designer of the Aboriginal flag, receiving the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Award for his
Sculptor Norma Redpath (1928–2013) talks about the inspiration she derives from Australia's 'vast spaces and unique forms'.
Martin Sharps’ first solo art exhibition titled 'Art for Mart’s Sake' at Clune Galleries, 59 Macleay Street, Potts Point, Sydney in 1965.
Olive Cotton is a key figure in the development of contemporary Australian photography. Olive exhibited internationally in the 1930s and ran the Sydney studio of long-time collaborator Max Dupain d
This short film narrated by David Gulpilil documents the production of a bark painting by the highly acclaimed artist Djiwul (Jack) Wunuwun in his homeland community of Gamedi near Maningrida in Ar
Artist Ken Done talks about feeling proud when he sees someone wearing his work and annoyed when he sees 'bad, crass and boring' copies.
This excerpt from Inside the Snowdome: Making Somersault focuses on director Cate Shortland's strong visual sensibility, the film's influences and her ongoing coll
Artist Albert Tucker (1914–1999) was born in Melbourne.
Rosalie Gascoigne's (1917–1999) hauntingly evocative visual depictions of the Australian landscape propelled her