The Artist's Chronicle is the longest running independent visual art magazine in Western Australia's history.Support our work by subscribingClick HereThe Artist's Chronicle celebrated 30 years of independent publishing in March 2021.Support visual arts writing by subscribingClick HereWork by Tyrown Waigana at Mossenson Galleries October 2023 Previous slide Next slide Previous slide Next slide FEATURE STORY SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER EDITION 2023 OPEN BORDERSJohn Curtin GalleryLYN DI CIERO Continue story here Visit exhibitions Western Australia has a vibrant visual arts sector waiting for your visit. Click here to see more Artificial Intelligence and the visual arts How will AI affect the visual arts? This article, written entirely by AI, explores its own impact on the arts. Read more Engage with the arts to live longer ♦ Art museum, Europe. Photo Adrianna Calvo, Pexels. A new study published in the British Medical Journal suggests engagement with the arts could have protective influences on life expectancy. PREMIUM: Subscribers only Read More IN THE SEPT/OCT 2023 EDITION In this edition we feature the 2023 Open Borders Regional Arts Triennial, on show at John Curtin Gallery, the stunning result of 40 works selected from 12 exhibitions in all 12 regions of Western Australia. The fascinating exhibition brings some known and some virtually unknown regional artists to Perth audiences, proving there is a rich vein of art making occurring outside the city. Time will tell if the triennial returns, and visitors to the show will no doubt be hoping for more of this initiative. With growing conversations around Artificial Intelligence and the arts, we asked AI itself to write an article on its own foreseeable impact on artists, gallerists and arts writers with interesting results. Laetitia Wilson reviews Flora: The Art and Science of the Plant 2023 at Holmes à Court Gallery in West Perth. With perfect spring timing this national prize is a first for Perth, along with the opportunity to view a selection of works by the Japanese Association of Botanical Illustrators, also a first in Perth. Sam Beard reviews the 46th Fremantle Arts Centre Print Award, noting its enduring appeal for its breadth of techniques and possibilities, as well as the inclusion over the decades of some of Australia’s finest printmakers. It’s an exhibition not to be missed, particularly as it is now biennial. We cover the newest gallery space in Perth, at the City of Perth’s Council House on St Georges Terrace, currently showing work by neon artist George Aitken. Already presenting some fascinating shows since it launched earlier this year, there will be more to come. Finally, we chatted with Tyrown Waigana ahead of his solo at Mossenson Galleries – an artist to watch in a new generation of Indigenous artists. Lyn Di Ciero, Editor NEXT EDITION NOV/DEC 2023, DEADLINE 20 OCTOBER 2023 Gerri's View The Artist’s Chronicle celebrated 30 years of publishing in 2021.