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Exam Prep Help Here Now

Monday, 28 October 2013 by

InisdeArt is now able to add the AEV exam and folio DVDs to our list of resources for immediate release. This means teachers will be able to purchase these important educational aids immediately with online purchase from the website. Two separate DVDs available, with teacher and student presentations covering the key knowledge and skills for

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

Tommy Watson paints his masterpiece

Saturday, 21 September 2013 by

Tommy Watson is justly regarded as one of the greatest of his generation of Aboriginal artists. In fact , Art Equity goes one further and describes Tommy as the “greatest living indigenous artist.” Now thought to be in his 80’s Tommy can no longer walk and has to be helped by his daughter and carer.

Adelaide sculptor Greg Johns is the winner of the $100,000 McClelland Award 2012 for his work At the Centre (There is nothing). Robert Lindsay, Director, McClelland Sculpture Park + Gallery said: “He is one of Australia’s foremost sculptors who, with great imagination and ambition, has consistently explored through his steel sculptures themes of the figure

From Fashion to Fine Art…

Tuesday, 16 October 2012 by

Andrew Treloar is  studying for his Masters at the Victorian College of the Arts. About three years ago he made a brave decision to change his life as a successful fashion designer.:A big step for anyone to make in their 40s. Especially with a wife and family. His change of life began with a life-drawing

The VCA turns 40!

Tuesday, 16 October 2012 by

The VCA is a community of artists of all sorts – artists, writers, choreographers, musicians, designers, performers, actors, filmmakers, dancers and more… The School of Art’s studio and workshop facilities are designed to support the exploration of both traditional and new media. The custom-designed studio complex is right at the centre of Melbourne’s arts precinct 

There are more than 500,000 priceless items in the Performing Arts Museum’s wonderful, world-class collection. But while the Museum has Australia’s most important performing arts collection, it  still doesn’t have a permanent exhibiting space. Its works regularly tour both here and overseas. The Kylie Minogue collection was even a feature exhibition at London’s iconic V&A

Neal Harvey has produced award-winning shows for the Melbourne Fringe Festival, the Adelaide Fringe Festival, Brisbane Festival and the Sydney Fringe. Along the way he has worked with circus artists, dancers, musicians and performers in a variety of performance concepts. Neal’s career in the arts has seen him dedicate himself to providing new opportunities and

Works on Paper at Readings??

Thursday, 13 September 2012 by

We love art and photography books. So we ventured down to Mark Rubbo’s wonderful Readings store in Lygon St. Readings is an institution in Carlton. Mark Rubbo set up Professor Longhairs selling 12inch imported records across the road in 1969 and hasn’t ventured far in all that time. But he has built a very successful