Artists At Work invites you up the Hawkesbury River in NSW for an intimate and spiritual journey by boat, to a place where nature, art and fertility prayers collide.
This DVD observes the creation of three new artworks from some of Australia's most highly regarded artists.
Four very different contemporary Australian painters, Geoff Dyer, Graham Fransella, Ben McKeown and Kate Shaw, try to win the oldest and most prestigious gong given for Australian landscape paintin
Since winning the Brett Whiteley Travelling Art Scholarship in 2002, Ben Quilty's rise as one of Australia's leading young contemporary artists, is nothing short of phenomenal.
Since winning the 2008 Archibald Prize, Del Kathryn Barton has been one of the most rapidly rising stars in the Australian contemporary art world.
Magazine-style program combining items of information and background to issues together with comedy segments and music performance using Aboriginal talent throughout.
The only full length documentary ever made about Brett Whiteley, Difficult Pleasure is a revealing portrait of one of Australia's finest painters.
A stop-motion animated series about animals and the environment.
On a hot summer's day 20 years ago a crime shattered the tight-knit religious community at New Norcia in Western Australia.
Barbara Blackman's life is a testimony to a passionate search for knowledge and understanding. She was an artists' model and muse of Arthur Boyd, Sydney Nolan and her husband Charles.
Viewed through the eyes of Trent Parke and Narelle Autio, the world is an incredibly beautiful place.
As with any portrait, the first thing an artist must do is find the soul of the subject.
An intimate portrait of the life and work of one of Australia's greatest painters.
The booming public interest in artworks as investment has meant a bonanza for those in the business of art. At the latest round of art sales, $16 million was spent in the space of a week.
An inspirational story about the life and work of the renowned visual artist, Rosalie Gascoigne, who died in 1999.
The photographs of Carol Jerrems embody the seventies in Australia, a decade defined by its challenges to convention, morality and social order.
The program begins with a look at some of the career highlights of one of this country's most influential newspaper cartoonists.
Mirka Mora has been a part of the local scene for more than 50 years. A survivor of the Holocaust, Mirka wanted to live somewhere, she says, where war was unlikely.
We travel way out back to Broken Hill, an unlikely location for a town with a reputation as a prolific producer of authentic Australian art.