Regional arts Regional arts
25 July 2018
The Government has provided more than $670,000 for 54 arts and cultural projects across Australia through the latest Regional Arts Fund round.
Painting of Viterra’s grain silos in Kimba South Australia during August and September 2017. Photographer Robert Lang.
Regional arts Regional arts
20 July 2018
Calling all artists – community project grants through the Regional Arts Fund are now open.
Tracks Dance 'Caravan'
Performing arts Performing arts
18 July 2018
We are seeking stakeholder and public input on the National Framework for Governments’ Support of the Major Performing Arts Sector (MPA Framework).
People clapping
Indigenous arts and languages. Indigenous arts and languages
16 July 2018
In 2018–19, the Government will support more than 90 organisations through the Indigenous Visual Arts Industry Support (IVAIS) program.
Indigenous Visual Arts Industry Support Program - IVAIS. Martu elder Maywokka Chapman [front] works on a collaboration with her sister Ngarnjapayi Chapman while daughter Doreen Chapman [top] works independently, Spinifex Hill Studios, July 2018.
Doc website icons separate artboards - general General
13 July 2018
The Australia Council has developed a new online resource with information about arts and culture engagement, employment and business activity...
Woman examining art at a museum.
Doc website icons separate artboards - general General
11 July 2018
An Australian arts delegation travelled to Singapore to further develop arts and cultural engagement between the two countries.
Skyline view of Singapore.
Museums, libraries and galleries Museums, libraries and galleries
5 July 2018
This NAIDOC Week, we take a moment to recognise the essential role Indigenous women play in our community.
Celebrating NAIDOC Week. Because of her, we can! 8 to 15 July 2018.
Performing arts Performing arts
4 July 2018
Recent NIDA graduate, Yasmin Masri has received the inaugural Lynne Williams Award for Outstanding Achievement in Cultural Leadership.
NIDA graduates: (Left to right) Top row: Teik-Kim Pok, Adam Deusien, Matthew Millay, Daniel Dunlop and Katherine Quigley  Bottom row: Yasmin Masri and Andrew Westle
Performing arts Performing arts
2 July 2018
In the lead up to NAIDOC Week it’s timely to acknowledge the important role that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander performers and artists play...
NAISDA Dance College students performing
Museums, libraries and galleries Museums, libraries and galleries
29 June 2018
This remarkable institution has been supporting arts practice and engagement for 25 years through its residencies, exhibitions, events and...
Bundanon Trust