Indigenous arts and languages. Indigenous arts and languages
22 February 2019
An International Year of Indigenous Languages-themed conference has highlighted the importance of keeping the conversation around language going.
Indigenous arts and languages. Indigenous arts and languages
21 February 2019
Imagine if your mother tongue was at risk of never being heard again.
International mother languages day. 21 February 2019. 2019, international year of indigenous languages.
Indigenous arts and languages. Indigenous arts and languages
19 February 2019
From the titles of towns to streets, rivers and mountain ranges: Indigenous names surround us in Australia.
Performing arts Performing arts
12 February 2019
This year the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) celebrates 60 years of supporting Australian performing artists.  
Chika Ikogwe at the National Institute of Dramatic Arts
Indigenous arts and languages. Indigenous arts and languages
11 February 2019
A mobile language team, proudly supported by the Indigenous Languages and Arts program, is helping revive ancient languages.
Camera operator filming an indigenous man.
Cultural heritage Cultural heritage
8 February 2019
Our latest video takes a look inside the Cook and the Pacific exhibition at the National Library of Australia.
Literature Literature
7 February 2019
If you had a work published or released during 2018 you may be eligible to enter this year’s Awards.
Prime Minister's Literary Awards 2019 Entries Now Open
Indigenous arts and languages. Indigenous arts and languages
6 February 2019
A new online survey is asking Indigenous Australians what languages they identify with.
Indigenous man and women sitting on rocks in a river.
Cultural heritage Cultural heritage
6 February 2019
The Orange Regional Museum received $90,000 to assist with the purchase of an ornamental centrepiece, the Campbell epergne.
Campbell epergne
Regional arts Regional arts
4 February 2019
Now is your chance to apply for regional touring funding through our Visions of Australia program.
Black Swan/After Port Jackson Painters. Anna Glynn, 2016, Ink and pencil on Arches paper, 65x102cm