Year: 2021

Laurel McKenzie celebrates the successes of InkMasters Cairns’ Upside Up program, working with Indigenous artists.

David Fairbairn’s new exhibition includes the series ‘Double Lives’, reflecting a long and sustained personal and artistic relationship extending back more than three decades.

The 2021 International Mokuhanga Conference begins today in Nara, Japan. Jacqueline Gribbin surveys its offerings.

Bridget Hillebrand, winner of the Castlemaine Art Museum’s 2021 Experimental Print Prize, discusses her work.

Shelley Cowper and Elmari Steyn explore their new exhibition, House Boat, and connections with isolated, natural locations.

Eolo Paul Bottaro discusses his new exhibition, The Artist’s Studio, and the way it deals with landscape and portraiture.

In a new series of articles, we interview the PCA’s 2021 Print Commission artists about their working spaces.

Jenny Kitchener discusses her new exhibition Seed in the context of her deep interest in pollination and her previous work on the subject.

In a new series of articles, we interview the PCA’s 2021 Print Commission artists about their working spaces.

Melissa Smith’s new body of work, Without a Sound, explores the rich environments of Lake Sorell in central Tasmania, writes IMPRINT Editor Andrew Stephens.

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