Performing arts Performing arts
29 April 2018
In recognition of International Dance Day, we speak to NAISDA student Kiarn Doyle about starting a career in dance and how it has helped him...
NAISDA student Kiarn Doyle dancing
Visual arts Visual arts
23 April 2018
We take a look at the Morning Star tapestry displayed in the Sir John Monash Centre in France.
Work in progress, Morning Star, 2017, Lyndell Brown and Charles Green, woven by Pamela Joyce, Leonie Bessant, Chris Cochius, Jennifer Sharpe and Cheryl Thornton, wool and cotton, 2.5m x 5.04m.Photograph: Jeremy Weihrauch
Doc website icons separate artboards - general General
23 April 2018
This World Book and Copyright Day, take the time to learn how upcoming copyright changes may affect you.
World Book and Copyright Day - stacked books
Museums, libraries and galleries Museums, libraries and galleries
23 April 2018
To commemorate Anzac Day, we explore the powerful art of Arthur Streeton at the National Gallery of Australia.
Arthur Streeton: The Art of War exhibition
Performing arts Performing arts
20 April 2018
To celebrate World Circus Day, we speak to National Institute of Circus Arts (NICA) student Lyndon Johnson about his experience.
Lyndon Johnson in rehearsal at NIDA during the Eurydike + Orpheus collaboration. Photography by Phil Erbacher.
Doc website icons separate artboards - general General
13 April 2018
To celebrate World Art Day we’re shining the spotlight on one of our very own creative endeavours, Art/works.
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Literature Literature
10 April 2018
Celebrating another year of great Australian literature.
Prime Minister's Literary Awards, 2018 entries open.
Indigenous arts and languages. Indigenous arts and languages
3 April 2018
Applications are now open for the 2018-19 Indigenous Languages and Arts grants program.
Ilbijerri Theatre Co. Tanderrum 2017 rehearsal. Photo credit James Henry.
Museums, libraries and galleries Museums, libraries and galleries
29 March 2018
Explore Australia’s arts and culture activities this April! Experience music festivals, exhibitions, screenings and much more.
Cartier London Halo tiara 1936, platinum, diamonds, 3 x 18 cm, lent by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Royal Collection Trust/All Rights Reserved
Performing arts Performing arts
27 March 2018
We speak to NIDA student Joseph Althouse about his passion for theatre and his advice for those wanting a career in the performing arts.
NIDA student Joseph Althouse