Green Room: canvas dreams, art in nature

First Nations screen opportunity South Australian Aboriginal film creatives have the opportunity to forge new careers in television production through the second iteration of an internship program offered by SA Film Corporation and Channel 44. Applications (here) are open until 17 June for beginning and aspiring South Australian First Nations screen practitioners and graduate students. … Read more

Joshua Cohen and the late Winfred Rembert win the Pulitzer Prize for Art

NEW YORK (AP) — Joshua Cohen’s “The Netanyahu,” a comical and rigorous campus novel based on the true story of former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s father who seeks a job in academia, has won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction won. Benzion Netanyahu, who died in 2012, was a medieval historian and ultranationalist who taught … Read more

What does manga mean?

Manga are Japanese comics known for their imaginative and whimsical stories. It is also popular for its expression of love and heartache. Many people think that manga is all about action, puzzles, and adventure, but it’s actually an art form that encompasses many different themes. Manga are Japanese comics known for their imaginative and whimsical … Read more

Matthew Wong’s life of light and shadow

Wong had had growing concerns about his work. He knew his abstractions were good, but also that they weren’t all that different from the abstractions of countless other artists. He viewed the praise he received online as a “consoling mirage”. For an untrained painter hopelessly far from New York, Facebook was essential, but he feared … Read more

WM | Whitehot contemporary art magazine

Installation view, Brain+ Love+ at Ilon Art Gallery BY VITTORIA PETROL May 2022 Art and science form a radical couple that’s so popular – and publicized – in contemporary art that we forget that a relationship requires an equal give and take. STEAM projects have been dominating the landscape lately, especially with the advent of … Read more