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Sunday essay: ‘this is our library’ – how to read the amazing archive of First Nations stories written on rock

Image: Josie Maralngurra touching her hand stencil made when she was around 12. In the background are three white barramundi fish figures with red...

Sunday essay: Our utopia … careful what you wish for

            A slide by Gordon H. Woodhouse to accompany a 1901 lecture by his father Clarence entitled ‘exploration and development of Australia’. State Library...

This 17,500-year-old kangaroo in the Kimberley is Australia’s oldest Aboriginal rock painting

 Picture: Damien Finch, Author provided In Western Australia’s northeast Kimberley region, on Balanggarra Country, a two-metre-long painting of a kangaroo spans the sloping ceiling of a...

Four Indigenous composers and a piano from colonial times — making passionate, layered, honest music together

 Nardi Simpson plays the square piano, similar to one that arrived on the First Fleet. Jamie Kidston, Author provided (No reuse) Despite having different cultural backgrounds...

At last, the arts Revolution — Archibald winners flag the end of white male dominance

Vincent Namatjira’s Stand strong for who you are, acrylic on linen, 152 x 198 cm. Photo: AGNSW/Mim Stirling The 2020 Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prizes, held...

Sunday essay: taking a wrecking ball to monuments – contemporary art can ask what really needs tearing down

Tony Albert in You Wreck Me (2020). Supplied As the Black Lives Matter protests raged across the world, I was sent a post on Facebook that...