Q: Hello Kristen! Can you please tell us a bit about yourself? A: I am a self-taught artist and have … More
In November 2017, the second edition of the Tarnanthi Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art opened at the Art Gallery of South Australia (AGSA), following a very successful inaugural Tarnanthi Festival in 2015 (reviewed by Collage co-founder Josephine Boult). Collage writer Matilda Handsley-Davis sat down with Nici Cumpston, AGSA’s Curator of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art and Artistic Director of Tarnanthi, to discuss selected works and themes from Tarnanthi at the Gallery, the Festival’s major exhibition hosted at AGSA.
Brydie Kosmina is a postgraduate student studying English Literature at the University of Adelaide. Her research is focused on fantasy … More
In tribute to the year that was, here is Collage’s list of the ‘Best in 2017.’ Have a read, and … More
What: Tea cup Ballet Artist: Olive Cotton Year: c. 1935 Type: Photographic Print Medium: gelatin silver photograph Where: Art Gallery … More
During the bump-out of ‘To The Night’ at Fontanelle, Arlon Hall accidentally pierced one of his spherical sculptures. He took … More
So Frenchy So Chic first came about as a compilation album in 2005, with the intention to showcase the contemporary … More