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ART INDEX: BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN FIRST NATIONS ARTISTS AND INVESTORS.

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Source: INSC Digital Magazine

As the oldest continuous civilisation on earth, Indigenous Australians share an extensive history of visual storytelling. In fact, Aboriginal rock painting is the longest-unbroken art tradition on the planet.

For nearly 50 years the Aboriginal art market has grown rampantly, with Australian Indigenous fine arts now showcased and celebrated widely across the world.

Art collection leasing company Art Index Founder Sacha Clemens had this in mind when a chance encounter saw him meet Kamilaroi man and founder of BlackRoo Community Indigenous Corporation, Steve Fordham. The pair forged a partnership that not only supports First Nation Australians but also helps businesses meet the Federal Government’s Reconciliation Action Plan.

Read more: https://theinscribermag.com/art-index-bridging-the-gap-between-first-nations-artists-and-investors/

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Australia’s art industry is too white. A unique regional curatorial program provides a model to help change this

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Source: The Conversation

Non-white artists and curators are underrepresented in the Australian art industry.

The art industry has made active efforts to change this, for example by creating designated roles for First Nations arts workers. But more work needs to be done.

In 2018, Diversity Arts Australia’s Shifting the Balance Report looked at the cultural diversity of leadership in the arts. It found in the visual arts, craft and design sector, 89% of leadership positions were held by people who identify as Anglo-Celtic.

Read more: https://theconversation.com/australias-art-industry-is-too-white-a-unique-regional-curatorial-program-provides-a-model-to-help-change-this-230861

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The Future of AI in Art: Art Director Vladyslav Nazymok Shares his Insight

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Source: The London Exonomic

In the dynamic world of digital art and technology, Vladyslav Nazymok stands out as a visionary art director whose journey from a small industrial town in Ukraine to leading innovative projects is both inspiring and instructive. With a career that began in the burgeoning realm of 3D art, Vladyslav has navigated the evolving landscape of the IT industry, continually pushing the boundaries of creativity and technology. His story is a testament to the power of passion, perseverance, and the unending pursuit of innovation.

Read more: https://www.thelondoneconomic.com/opinion/the-future-of-ai-in-art-art-director-vladyslav-nazymok-shares-his-insight-375335/

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Paint Drippings: Everything You Missed in the Art Industry Last Week

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Source: Artnet News

Paint Drippings is excerpted from The Back Room, our lively recap funneling only the week’s must-know art industry intel into a nimble read you’ll actually enjoy. Artnet News Pro members get exclusive access—subscribe now to receive this in your inbox every Friday. 

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Forty-four galleries from 25 cities will take over Warsaw’s historic Villa Gawrońskich for the inaugural edition of NADA Villa Warsaw. The collaborative art fair arrives at a hopeful political moment and brings with it a surge of optimism for the city’s culture scene.

Read more: https://news.artnet.com/market/paint-drippings-art-industry-news-may-17-2024-2489785

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