ArtsHub: Digital art guide to beat coronavirus closures

ArtsHub: Digital art guide to beat coronavirus closures. “The world may be in lockdown, but self-isolation doesn’t mean we have to stop experiencing art. Despite COVID-19 closures, Australian art is finding new ways to go viral. Artists, museums, galleries, institutions, and more are exploring innovative ways to reach audiences, spreading some timely comfort and unity. Below is our ever-growing list of Australian art ready for you to discover.” Not all events are free, but it’s a huge list and the annotation is excellent.

ArtsHub Australia: Digital art guide to beat coronavirus closures

ArtsHub Australia: Digital art guide to beat coronavirus closures. “The world may be in lockdown, but self-isolation doesn’t mean we have to stop experiencing art. Despite COVID-19 closures, Australian art is finding new ways to go viral. Artists, museums, galleries, institutions, and more are exploring innovative ways to reach audiences, spreading some timely comfort and unity. Below is our ever-growing list of Australian art ready for you to discover. Some events free, some are ticketed but we encourage you to make a donation to these and other organisations if you enjoyed their performances.”

ArtsHub: Digital art guide to beat coronavirus closures

ArtsHub: Digital art guide to beat coronavirus closures. “The world may be in lockdown, but self-isolation doesn’t mean we have to stop experiencing art. Despite COVID-19 closures, Australian art is finding new ways to go viral. Artists, museums, galleries, institutions, and more are exploring innovative ways to reach audiences, spreading some timely comfort and unity. Below is our ever-growing list of Australian art ready for you to discover.” Decent-sized list, good annotation.

Adelaide Football Club: Adelaide Football Club launches Crows History Locker

Adelaide Football Club: Adelaide Football Club launches Crows History Locker. “The Adelaide Football Club is proud to launch the Crows History Locker, an online museum featuring a plethora of information about South Australia’s first AFL Club. The website features detailed profiles on each of the 226 Crows who have represented the Club at AFL level, as well as the 40 to pull on the tricolours in the AFL Women’s competition.” The Adelaide Football Club plays Australian rules football.

ABC News Australia: John Farnham, Olivia Newton-John and Savage Garden added to official Sounds of Australia archive

ABC News (Australia): John Farnham, Olivia Newton-John and Savage Garden added to official Sounds of Australia archive. “This will be music to your ears: John Farnham, Olivia Newton-John and Savage Garden are the latest artists to be added to the National Film and Sound Archive’s selection of recordings.”

Brisbane Times: Iconic Stratocaster launches Powerhouse Museum’s virtual collection

Brisbane Times: Iconic Stratocaster launches Powerhouse Museum’s virtual collection. “In the summer of 1963, Jan and Dean and The Beach Boys were top of the pops and so too were Australian surf band The Atlantics with a twangy surf instrumental that made its four band members household names. Fame proved fleeting with The Beatles soon to dominate the music charts but the red Fender Stratocaster used to create that unique reverberated sound is one of the first culturally significant objects in the Powerhouse Museum collection to be digitised.”

Nintendo Life: Australia’s National Film And Sound Archive To Preserve Locally Made Games

Nintendo Life: Australia’s National Film And Sound Archive To Preserve Locally Made Games. “Now that the digital age has arrived, video game preservation is arguably more important than ever. Fortunately, steps are slowly being taken around the world to ensure this industry’s rich history lives on for the benefit of future generations. Down under, the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia has announced it will begin to archive locally made games – including the storyboards, artwork, and soundtracks associated with each one.”