Thelma Beeton (Palawa people) and Stacey (Taungurong/Boon Wurrung peoples). Presented by The Torch.
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Drawing upon the debated life of 18th-century French spy Chevalière d’Éon, Madison Bycroft’s new video at Samstag Museum looks at the unknowability of personhood.
In our latest Smartphone Snaps feature, painter Eleanor Louise Butt offers an intimate glimpse of her home and studio in the Dandenong Ranges during Victoria’s fifth lockdown.
“I guess that is the thread, that I am very open to influences that come into my life, you know, and I respond to them,” says Suzanne Archer in The Long Run, Art Guide’s latest podcast series featuring interviews with artists who have 60-year practices.
From glass eel traps to possum skin cloaks, Maree Clarke uses art to tell stories as well as reclaim and extend cultural practices. Maree Clarke: Ancestral Memories is the first major exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria by a living artist with ancestral ties to the land on which the gallery stands.
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