Faced with fake history, Indian artists are digging up the past.
The Dja Dja Warrung bark etchings are hugely significant Aboriginal artefacts. They're back in Australia for only the second time in 160 years. We look at the complex issue of repatriation.
Art education is an important vehicle for all sorts of learning and knowledge acquisition. Teachers must be taught not to view it as a "second class" subject.
Before LOLcats, there were LEOcats.
Bushfires are an integral part of the Australian landscape and psyche. These awesome forces are part of the cycle of renewal, but how can art help us come to terms with increasingly destructive fires?
What can we expect from this newly discovered manuscript from a much-beloved author?
Time travelling back into internet art of the past, the contrast between today's paranoia and banality and the early optimism that initially greeted it is striking.
That traditional monolith of culture, the museum, has begun to embrace the digital world. As a series of projects reveal, the possibilities are endless.
Students of the social and political sciences can benefit enormously from being taught literature, short stories and watching artistic feature films.
Diversity is a vital part of a thriving art sector, yet only 8% of professional Australian artists come from a non-English speaking background. How can we beat "diversity fatigue"?
South Africa is increasingly beginning to focus on the potential role cultural and creative industries can play in job creation and economic growth.
The icon has left so much of himself in popular culture, art and fashion.
The field of computational creativity examines the mechanisms by which technology can perform creative tasks, particularly in the arts. How can software create works of beauty, value and meaning?
We all know his name, but the face of Christ remains frustratingly elusive ... doesn't it?
Artwork – from knitting birds and amateur science to listening to the trees – might empower us to remake climate science from below.
Shia LaBeouf's latest artistic performance interrogates celebrity, online community and the endless search for ‘true connection’.
There are as many ways to summarise a "year in art" as there are eyes to look at art with. Art had some shining – and not-so-shining – moments in 2015.
South Africa's art market has seen substantial growth in the past few years. But investing in art remains risky and produces limited returns.
Two new monster movies are to be released this week in the lead-up to Christmas, and each sports a very different kind of beast.
Einstein's theory of general relativity is a triumph of reason and imagination, of art and science, with a profound beauty of its own.