In the Press: National Association for Visual Arts

“The latest Countess Report, Australia’s premier reference point on gender representation in the contemporary visual arts, has been released today…A total of over 13,000 artists across 184 organisations were counted.” The National Association for the Visual Arts’ Esther Anatolitis explores key highlights in The Countess Report 2019.

The National Association for the Visual Arts: New Countess Report: Independent sectors lead the visual arts in gender equality, while state institutions fall behind. Read the article.

Image: Amy Prcevich and Elvis Richardson at Seventh Gallery, Melbourne. Artwork pictured by Ellen Yeong Gyeong Son, In the name of love : 사랑이란 이름으로. Photo by Phoebe Powell.

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