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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

Off The Wall is off and running

Friday, 13 March 2015 by

Street Art is unquestionably the biggest, most universal art movement. Ever. It has risen with the explosion in personal communications to become the most omnipresent, homogenous, far-reaching, global movement in the history of art. Australian street artists Dabs Myla began their meteoric rise in Melbourne Australia. Now they are painting the world from Hollywood. Photo of


Thursday, 12 March 2015 by

The Danish photographer, Søren Solkær is best known for his distinctive portraits of some of the world’s most famous musicians. He is most recognised as the man responsible for various iconic images of U2, REM, Björk, The White Stripes, Franz Ferdinand, David Lynch and The Arctic Monkeys. Soren has just launched a series of international

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

Polly Borland’s Wonky!

Sunday, 30 March 2014 by

It was a big week for Polly Borland, one of Australia’s most internationally recognised art photographers for the last week of March. Polly came to Melbourne – her home town –  to launch her new book ‘You’ and to launch another simultaneous, major another exhibition ‘Wonky’. The book launch was staged at the ubercool Murray

Kids with cameras tell tales

Wednesday, 09 October 2013 by

Wendy Ewald’s Centre for Contemporary Photography exhibition breaks new ground for exhibitions. Most of the photos aren’t hers. They are the product of her teaching, mentoring and experimenting with children talking their own pictures!   Phillip and Jamie are creatures from outer space in their space-ship – Denise Dixon; from the project Kentucky Portraits and Dreams The

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

Bruce Postle was arguably Australia’s greatest Press Photographer of the post-war period. Bruce worked for The Age for most of his life and was widely regarded for his attack on the shot. You didn’t want to get in Bruce’s way when he was after a picture. His was an extreme sport long before the word

Paul Cox first came to the notice of the Australian art world with some nude photographs he took not long after landing here from Holland. He had just rented space on Punt Road, one of the busiest thoroughfares in Melbourne. He had mounted some of the larger prints in the window of the shop front

Milk Bar Memorial

Monday, 11 March 2013 by

The great Aussie Milk Bar. An icon slowly fading in the west. An Australian invention based on the American soda fountain and then transported to the old Blighty. What a story. But as they say: All Things Must Pass. The most collectible of all Milk Bar memorabilia, the Peters ice cream cone. This one is