Cultural heritage Cultural heritage
21 October 2022
The remains of 38 Narungga ancestors are laid to rest in a community-led ceremony.
A wooden ceremonial bowl rests on a table with a white cloth. Gum tree leaves surround the bowl and a piece of bark rests to the right. The bowl contains bark fragments.
20 October 2022
The latest analysis from the Bureau of Communications, Arts and Regional Research (BCARR) shows cultural and creative activities continue to boost...
Image of a fine art painting in studio.
Performing arts Performing arts
19 October 2022
Applications are now open for round five of the Live Music Australia program, with $2.5 million in targeted funding assistance available.
Couple Dancing At Music Festival
10 October 2022
Blockbuster Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes will inject more than $128 million into the Australian economy, with $17 million in support from the...
Screen Screen
4 October 2022
The Government's tax incentives have supported 880 screen productions to inject over $5 billion into the Australian economy.
Director's chair with a megaphone sitting on it and a film board standing on the ground nearby. There is a water scene in the background. Could be a lake or sea.
Indigenous arts and languages. Indigenous arts and languages
30 September 2022
The 17th Moorambilla Gala Concert | Riversong22 celebrated our shared connection to country and the talent of youth in regional and remote NSW.
Primary school aged boys sing in a choir. They wear white t-shirts with black patterns and hold up paddles. A white fish sculpture is lit-up behind them.
Performing arts Performing arts
30 September 2022
Over $1.9 million will fuel the tours of eight performing arts shows thanks to the Australia Council’s Playing Australia program.
Performer on stage under the bright stage lights. Image supplied by Griffin Theatre Company Limited.
Visual arts Visual arts
29 September 2022
Knowledge sharing and presentations by Artbank curators feature at the 2022 Sydney Contemporary Art Fair.
5 contemporary art pieces hang on a wall of a temporary gallery space. Two pieces are on plinths. On the wall there is hanging textile in primary colours, a square yellow painting showing people in a crowded room, a small  beige fabric piece, a square pai
Visual arts Visual arts
28 September 2022
$70,000 Artbank + ACMI commission is jointly awarded to develop story of lifelong friends.
: First Nations artist Marlene Rubuntja wears a dress with red, white, black and yellow designs. She sits in a rural setting with a shed in the background, she is looking at the camera with one arm outstretched hold an echidna she stitched.
23 September 2022
Land of Bad will inject $28 million into the Australian economy, with $3.9 million in support from the Location Incentive.
Stunt man hanging from balcony as the film crew record him.