It's still a Barbie world with Margot Robbie and her smash hit movie winning an armful of screen awards as two productions dominated local categories.
Sea level rises forced a group of Torres Strait Islanders to mount a legal challenge to Australia and their story has sparked a new dance work.
Indigenous author Anita Heiss' novel Tiddas, which celebrates the strength of sistahood, has been adapted for the stage and will feature at the Sydney Festival.
An image of three sisters taken by photographer Rochelle James has beaten thousands of other entries to win a $15,000 prize.
The finest treasures from ancient Egypt will be on display for Australians to wonder at, with a major exhibition based in the Netherlands touring the country.
Events are being held all around the country to mark NAIDOC Week, the annual celebration of Indigenous cultures. This year's theme honours the roles of elders.
Hobart winter festival Dark Mofo has held its annual naked winter solstice swim, while Australia's expeditioners in Antarctica took their own icy plunge.
Federal Liberal MP Warren Entsch has rebuffed questions around the awarding of an Indigenous teaching grant to his wife, saying he had nothing to do with it.
A premier who stamped an indelible mark on an Australian state and a satirist who left generations in stitches feature in the King's Birthday Honours List.
A centrepiece of the Brisbane Art and Design Festival is an exhibition of ceramics at the Museum of Brisbane.
Immersive audiovisual feast Kaleidoscope is returning to the city where it was created after the mesmerising maze of mirrors toured festivals and galleries.
Paintings by Albert Namatjira and his famed watercolour school are being kept in a converted tool shop in the NT town where his legacy means the most.
Australian music is being broadcast on commercial radio and the ABC for a fraction of what it's worth, according to music industry peak bodies.
Food artist Elizabeth Willing is one of 11 artists and collectives to win a round of major Australia Council commissions worth a total of $1.1 million.
Three decades have passed since the first Tambo Teddy was made in outback Queensland in an effort to prop up the wool market and create new rural industries.
Artist Jamie North has made a work from plants and concrete for QAGOMA's summer exhibition Air.
A mural of the Queen has been painted over with the colours of the Aboriginal flag and fake blood has been smeared on the British consulate.
A Brisbane art exhibition features 12 artists from around the world, including four who were in Australia's offshore detention centres.
Japanese artist Chiharu Shiota credits her time in Australia with her move towards performance and installation art.
A retrospective charting 25 years of work by renowned Japanese contemporary artist Chiharu Shiota will be on display in Brisbane until early October.