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New competition calls for Aboriginal artists

New competition calls for Aboriginal artists

Scoop Online Exclusives

Mental health organisation Richmond Wellbeing launches an art competition and exhibition for Aboriginal artists.

Holiday You: The Culture Vulture

Holiday You: The Culture Vulture

Scoop Traveller (2016)

If someone opened your holiday backpack, what would they find? A festival program with circled events and scribbled notes? A Street map, ticket stubs from museums, shows and guided tours?

WA Art Review

WA Art Review

Scoop Homes & Art (Winter 2015)

Ted Snell is the director of the University of Western Australia’s Cultural Precinct, and currently the WA art reviewer for The Australian.

The Art of Representation

The Art of Representation

Scoop Homes & Art (Winter 2015)

The Western Australian Indigenous Art Awards goes above and beyond to promote local Indigenous artists, who work closely with the Art Gallery of WA to produce and display their diverse artworks.

Kid-Friendly Street Art

Kid-Friendly Street Art

Scoop Perth Guide (June - Aug 2015)

Duncan Atack and Nikki Dale from Streets of Perth have just created an interactive map of Perth’s urban art hubs. Here, they share with us their picks for the city’s best street art for kids.

Animal Instincts

Animal Instincts

Scoop Homes & Art (Autumn 2015)

Often depicting animals that display the characteristics of man, Melissa Egan’s artworks tell stories pertinent to humanity.

Fresh Perspectives

Fresh Perspectives

Scoop Homes & Art (Autumn 2015)

Year 12 Perspectives is more than just an exhibition: it’s also a once-in-a-lifetime experience for the students involved.

WA Art Review

WA Art Review

Scoop Homes & Art (Autumn 2015)

Ted Snell is the director of the University of Western Australia’s Cultural Precinct, and currently the WA art reviewer for The Australian.

Best of Fine Art: Autumn 2015

Best of Fine Art: Autumn 2015

Scoop Magazine (Autumn 2015)

Like autumn leaves, absorbing and stimulating exhibitions are thick on the ground this season – from Larry Mitchell’s tantalising island escapes, to Mariko Mori’s out-of-this-world sculptures, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

Fly In, Fly Art

Fly In, Fly Art

Scoop Magazine (Spring 2014)

Pilbara street art is going as high-vis as a vest, courtesy of a new project by FORM.

Notes On a Small Island

Notes On a Small Island

Scoop Magazine (Spring 2014)

A children’s book by Perth visual artist Kyle Hughes-Odgers explores the real possibility that the greenest grass is located right under your feet.

Access All Areas

Access All Areas

Scoop Homes & Art (Spring 2014)

Experience Perth from a different angle by unlocking more than 70 destinations normally closed off to the public, with the return of Open House Perth.

City of Art

City of Art

Scoop Homes & Art (Spring 2014)

As well as boasting historical architecture and gondola-filled canals, Venice is a wonderland brimming with art.

Into the Wood

Into the Wood

Scoop Homes & Art (Spring 2014)

A British artist dedicated to creating colourful timber paintings and sculptures found the ideal architect to build his home in the heart of Hackney.

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