Daniel Mudie Cunningham

Based in: Eora/Sydney, Australia

Daniel Mudie Cunningham is the director of programs at Carriageworks. Previously, Daniel has held curatorial roles at Artbank and Hazelhurst Regional Gallery; and teaching and research positions at Western Sydney University, where he completed his PhD in cultural studies in 2004. Most recently, he curated The National 2019: New Australian Art; initiated The Katthy Cavaliere Fellowship; and led the curatorial delivery of a major public art strategy tied to the redevelopment of South Eveleigh in inner-Sydney.


Carriageworks to host Inaugural Artist Car Boot Sale

95 artists to sell works in this one-day event, held on 1 May.

Artist Profile: Joan Ross

In works that comment on collecting, both institutional and personal, Joan Ross attempts a rewrite of history, but in a witty, self-effacing way.

Finalists announced for the Ramsay Art Prize 2021

24 finalists selected from more than 350 entries in the coveted prize.

Cool Hunter Predictions: Dean Hunter

Born and raised in Ngunnawal/Ngambri Country and of Worimi descent, Cross works across a diverse range of media, allowing the idea to guide the form.

Group Exhibition: Space YZ

Campbelltown Arts Centre presents the group exhibition Space YZ.

VIDEO: Pull Focus with Ildiko Kovacs

Watch Daniel Mudie Cunningham in conversation with the artist about 'Open Fire'.

VIDEO: Pull Focus with Elizabeth Pulie

Watch Daniel Mudie Cunningham in conversation with artist Elizabeth Pulie about '#108 (Curtain for E)'.

VIDEO: Pull Focus with Jake Walker

Watch Daniel Mudie Cunningham in conversation with artist Jake Walker about 'The Sotiri House'.

VIDEO: Pull Focus with Hoda Afshar

What makes this particular artwork WORK as a work of art?

VIDEO: Pull focus with Elvis Richardson

What makes a work of art work as a work of art?

Cool Hunter Predictions: Salote Tawale

Salote Tawale explores perceptions of identity, race, ethnicity and gender as constructed within the framework of Western cultural values through her multidisciplinary practice.

Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran: Cool Hunter Predictions

For one so young, Nithiyendran is clearly an artist over-ripe with ideas and how they connect to materials, process, creation and display.