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.


Daniel Mudie Cunningham: Proud Mary

Manly Art Gallery & Museum presents work by Daniel Mudie Cunningham.

Performance Space celebrates 40 years

Carriageworks’ Performance Space presents Liveworks 2023 to celebrate its legacy.

New Directions: Lucas Davidson

Artists who have recently taken their practice somewhere different.

Curator’s Radar: Lisa Reihana

A round up of artists who have recently attracted significant curator attention by way of commissions, acquisitions and inclusion in major public exhibitions.

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.

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.