Every now and then, the real experiences of indigenous Australians disrupts our idea of things, but not nearly often enough, writes NT artist Therese Ritchie.
Divisions have emerged in Western Australia over the protection of ancient Aboriginal rock art in the Dampier Archipelago. Locals are at war with miners and have taken the fight to Canberra.
Fremantle Arts Centre's current exhibition We Don't Need A Map is an artistic journey into a unique part of Australia, giving local desert people the chance to tell their stories.
A spat has flared over small US-based fashion house Rodarte unveiling its autumn collection that featured, in some small part, several images and motifs drawn from Australian Aboriginal art.
An informant at the National Gallery of Australia tells me that there has been a great art heist from the Prime Ministerial Lodge in Canberra.
The Alice Springs Town Council is enforcing a local by-law banning Aboriginal street artists from selling their art in downtown Alice. Is it racist or just a stupid move?
How much of what is sold as Aboriginal art in Australia is authentic and genuine and how much is fake? asks Bob Gosford from Alice Springs.
Art historian Henry F. Skerritt reviews for Crikey Ancestral Power and the Aesthetic: the first ever exhibition of barks paintings from the Donald Thomson Collection.