Regional arts Regional arts
6 December 2021
Eleven projects to develop or tour arts and cultural exhibitions will share in over $1.4 million through the Visions of Australia program.
Panorama of an exhibition showing images on the wall and wavy cubicles with chairs inside in the centre of the space.
Cultural heritage Cultural heritage
3 December 2021
Over $47 million to digitise at-risk collections of Australia's National Collecting Institutions and to support Trove to 2023.
Image of the National Film and Sound Archive building exterior.
3 December 2021
The annual day aims to increase awareness, promote the rights and celebrate the contributions of people with disability.
International Day of People with Disability logo with words: Let’s celebrate Accessibility Participation Inclusion.
Performing arts Performing arts
29 November 2021
Small to medium live music venues are encouraged to apply for Round Four of the Live Music Australia program.
Two people playing live music in hotel garden. Band is Driving Doris.
Visual arts Visual arts
24 November 2021
When your audience can't come to you, then you look at new ways to go to them.
Someone looking at a computer screen which shows the 2020 online Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair.
Visual arts Visual arts
24 November 2021
'Licensing the Right Way' is an initiative assisting Indigenous artists to protect their work and livelihoods by securing better licensing outcomes.
A lawyer working with an artist at an Art Centre in Queensland.
Visual arts Visual arts
24 November 2021
The career pathways and opportunities for Indigenous arts workers are steadily on the rise.
Joann Russo with traditional Bagu
Cultural heritage Cultural heritage
19 November 2021
A wood and steel axe of cultural significance has been returned to the Philippines.
An Igorot wood and steel axe.
5 November 2021
Community arts and cultural organisations can now apply for funding for activities which promote cultural tourism.
Woman looking through glass display at museum exhibition
Cultural heritage Cultural heritage
4 November 2021
A priceless Incan carved wooden vessel, known as a canopa, will soon be on its way back to its rightful home in Peru.
A carved Incan canopa that depicts two llamas. It has a rounded hollow on its back, where offerings were dedicated to the care and fertility of animal herds.