Naomi Segal

Tarik Ahlip

Tarik Ahlip is a multidisciplinary artist working on Dharug and Gadigal land. Working across film, sculpture, verse and sound, Ahlip’s practice considers poetics as capable of driving epistemic change.

Linda Brescia

Through projects that centre women’s experiences, Linda Brescia’s practice inquires into the dynamics of visibility and invisibility, masking, care and self-assertion.

NAVA premium

RAF Quick Response Grants, Regional Arts WA

Quick Response Grants are intended to assist regional artists, arts organisations and communities to take up professional or skills development opportunities, or respond to small project opportunities that arise at short notice.

NAVA joins criticism of Dark Mofo plan to soak British flag in Indigenous blood for art project

NAVA urges Dark Mofo to release an urgent public statement, reconsider the decision to program Sierra’s artwork and engage rigorous community and cultural consultation for all future commissioned works.

Creative Associations. Should you join?

Lunchtime Workshops Series hosted by the City of Ballarat, 12.30pm Friday 5 February 2021.

Eugenia Lim

Eugenia Lim’s practice uses video, performance and installation to explore how national identities cut, divide and bond our globalised world.