Arts Victoria is the State Government body which advises on, and implements arts policy. We are charged with making the arts available and accessible to all Victorians and with supporting and developing Victoria's artists and creative industries.
Artlink covers contemporary art in Australia and through its networking with the national and international scene, provides a context for evaluation and analysis. It regularly produces Special Issues on specific areas, and undertakes major theme-based features.
With over 10,000 members and 25,000 subscribers, ArtsHub has an extremely broad reach within the Australian arts scene.
For creative job-seekers and job advertisers, we are the first port of call. ArtsHub's Professional Members and Company Members receive exclusive delivery of our Jobs Bulletin and Saturday Extra - essential reading for arts professionals and enthusiasts alike.
National Gallery of Victoria network for art educators
Jonathan Jones from the Guardian
Art is not a luxury
Art is never a luxury
Life has an inside as well as an outside. Consumer culture directs all resources and attention to life on the outside. What happens to the inner life? Art is never a luxury because it stimulates and responds to the inner life. We are badly out of balance.
I don't think of art / creativity as a substitute for anything else. I see it as a powerful expression of our humanity - and on the side of humanity under threat.
If we say art is a luxury, we might as well say that being human is a luxury.
Explore by time, style, artist, themes. Smarthistory.org is a free and open, not-for-profit, art history textbook using multimedia to deliver unscripted conversations between art historians about the history of art.
The Drawing Centre's Viewing Program offers emerging artists the opportunity to include their work in a curated Artist Registry that is consulted by a wide variety of arts professionals from across the globe.
A unique collaboration with some of the world’s most acclaimed art museums to enable people to discover and view more than a thousand artworks online in extraordinary detail. Create and share your own "collections."
arthistoricum.net aims at a comprehensive record of arthistorical publications, be they in printed, hybrid or electronic form. Special attention is given to articles in periodicals and collective writings. With artlibraries.net - Virtual Catalogue for Art History, we are featuring specialized a meta catalogue engine, which is well established and presents a wide range of international target systems. ART-Guide provides a clearly arranged and carefully described collection of art historically relevant internet resources and thus presents an online reference library for research and teaching.