Current Issue - vol 33 no 4, 2013
Co-editors Stephanie Britton and Prof Pat Hoffie:
The world is hungry for minerals and fuel. The land and its value in spiritual as well as economic terms has led to some of the most debated legislation of contemporary times including Australian Aboriginal ownership and land rights, and to scrutiny of questions of the right to exploit or to act as custodian of land. Initially defined as "Terra Nullius" this country is now recognised as an ancient, mineral-rich continen...
Artlink moving office
This week is a busy time as Artlink moves from it's city location to our new home within the Adelaide Central School of Art.
If you have any difficulty contacting us by phone or email while they are being reconnected, please contact Helen Davies (Manager) on
0425 537 186.
Our new postal address is PO BOX 182, FULLARTON, SA 5063
We will advise our new phone number as soon as we have it :-)
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- Optimism in Queensland
Chris Saines, newly appointed Director of Queensland Art Gallery, has energy to burn and he has been talking about his vision for the institution for the next decade or more. His ambitions include increasing the footprint of QAGOMA within an expanded cultural precinct, and creating a permanent Indigenous gallery on th...
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Wall to Wall
Issue 34#1 - March 2014
The art of the street is a drama played out daily in the lives of city dwellers around the planet. Urban spaces are constantly subject to changes to the built fabric, and artists are often the catalyst. The more dynamically a city’s streets are enhanced by innovative use the more vibrant it is. How did graffiti historically create a place for itself, spawn a street art movement and set the stage for the current status of transitioning from and outside More...