Screen Screen
1 February 2023
The new comedy feature film is set to shoot down under with $9.5 million in support from the Location Incentive.
Camera operator standing in film studio in front of camera
30 January 2023
A comprehensive policy to revive the arts, entertainment and cultural landscape as central to Australia's future has been launched.
Logo: Australian Government. Australia's Cultural Policy for the next five years. Revive: a place for every story. A story for every place.
Performing arts Performing arts
10 January 2023
Regional and remote communites across Australia are set to benefit from the latest round of the Australia Council’s Playing Australia program.
Child looking at a small animal. Erth’s national regional 2024 tour ARC. Image courtesy of the ERTH Visual and Physical Incorporated.
Indigenous arts and languages. Indigenous arts and languages
9 January 2023
The Australian Government is investing over $4 million towards a pilot program that will establish 11 place-based partnerships between Indigenous...
Doreen teaching Leroy Pertame in the Pertame School Primary class.
Regional arts Regional arts
6 January 2023
Through the latest round of the Festivals Australia program, 15 innovative and inspiring projects will be supported by the Government.
Disco and Wellsy perform at the Dashville Progress Society Spectacular. Photo courtesy of the Dashville Progress Society.
Indigenous arts and languages. Indigenous arts and languages
21 December 2022
Australian Government representatives marked the occasion at a special event in Paris.
Australian Delegation representing the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flags
Museums, libraries and galleries Museums, libraries and galleries
21 December 2022
Visit a National Collecting Institution this summer and school holidays.
Model Titanic is suspended from a museum display cabinet at the Australian National Maritime Museum. Caption reads: Brickwrecks exhibition at the Australian National Maritime Museum. Image credit: Rebecca Mansell.
Literature Literature
13 December 2022
Australia's annual celebration of literature has today recognised seven people for their cultural contributions and literary talents.
2022 PMLA winners: Red Heaven: Nicolas Rothwell, Human Looking: Andy Jackson, Rogue Forces: An explosive insiders' account of Australian SAS war crimes in Afghanistan: Mark Willacy, Semut: The untold story of a secret Australian operation in WWII Borneo:
Indigenous arts and languages. Indigenous arts and languages
13 December 2022
The Government welcomes the Productivity Commission's final report into Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander visual arts and crafts.
Person with tattoos on arms and hands painting white dots on to an image with yellow and ochre background.
Museums, libraries and galleries Museums, libraries and galleries
9 December 2022
Over $1.1 million will support the touring of five exhibitions and a development project.
Artist, Gail Mabo, stands in front of artwork in a gallery. Artwork is made from timber and is adorned with black stars.

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