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InsideArt Education DVDs

InsideArt is offering a special introductory offer for our latest DVD release. The four engaging and insightful new art educational DVDs join the InsideArt offering for the 2016 academic year. The new releases join the successful showcase of 8 InsideArt education DVDs already available. The new InsideArt education releases include Women in Art, Perceptions of

The Reclaimer

Wednesday, 25 February 2015 by

Murray Walker is 77 and has the energy of a man half his age. His output is staggering and his practice usually begins at the recycling depot where he finds his found objects that usually form the basis of his weirdly wonderful work. What was Once Yours…Is Now Mine! Murray Walker’s latest show, The Reclaimer, subtitled:

Flash! Performance in focus.

Wednesday, 28 January 2015 by

I have to admit to some bias – as well as a little self interest – when it comes to Melbourne’s wonderful Performing Arts Museum. I just think this Museum have an extraordinary collection of materials which deserve a much bigger place in Melbourne’s large arts scene than they get. With a world-class collection of

InsideArt Named Best Arts Program

Wednesday, 22 October 2014 by

InsideArt has won the prestigious Antenna Award for Most Outstanding Arts Program for 2014 The Antenna Awards recognise and showcase outstanding community television programs broadcast on stations of Australia’s Channel 31. Hosted by Melbourne’s Channel 31 at Fed Square, the Awards are drawn from a pool of nominees, a final list is selected for each award. More than 500 initial nominations

Street Art has come of age. Its no longer Street Art, its become art by Street Artists. And its taking over the major public galleries in a way that was unimaginable just a few years ago. In this breakthrough DVD from InsideArt we meet and talk with leading street artist Luke Cornish, and Australians now

Five of the world’s greatest contemporary photographers feature in the latest all star line-up from InsideArt’s latest DVD release. International photographers Jeffrey Wall, Gregory Crewdson and Thomas Demand are joined by Australia’s internationally recognised John Gollings and the acclaimed Bill Henson.  Also include in this brand new release is Monash Gallery of Art’s Shaune Lakin

Fred Williams is probably best known as the artist who changed the way we looked at Australia when he gave us his birds eye view of a messy, arid Australian landscape. When the young Fred Williams returned from five years in London he was struck by the contrast with the real Australian landscape rather than

Pat Corrigan has been an avid collector for most of his life. For the past ten years he has amassed a massive collection of indigenous art. He has now picked the eyes from his extraordinary collection with the help of Macmillian publisher Jenny Zimmer and author Jane Raffan to produce a mighty big book, titled

In Demand

Monday, 10 December 2012 by

Thomas Demand takes photographs of room sets modelled from cardboard and paper. The photographs then become more of a record of an event than simply a record of a place. Thomas is a German-born artist working in Los Angeles and he translates two-dimensional objects into three-dimensional ones. Then he brings the models to life by

Louise Hearman  has been awarded the National Sports Museum/Basil Sellers Creative Arts Fellowship, valued at $50,000. It’s a good prize to win, giving her $30,000 and a further $20,000 for materials. The final selection came down to seven artists and like most awards of this size, not easy to win. Louise has won the ball

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