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The Government has appointed Dr Marie-Louise Ayres as Director-General of the National Library of Australia for a five year term. Dr Ayres has...
A new report shows Australian screen content contributes $3 billion annually to Australia’s economy.
The Turnbull Government has announced more than $100,000 for arts and disability peak body, Arts Access Australia, through the Catalyst—Australian...
The National Gallery of Australia’s Versailles: Treasures from the Palace exhibition is now open, showcasing treasures from Louis XIV to Marie...
The Turnbull Government has reappointed the Hon Dr David Kemp as Chair, Mr Bernard Wright AO as Deputy Chair and the Hon Simon Crean as a member of...
The next DC superhero movie Aquaman is set to be filmed in Australia in 2017.
There is now a better way to manage your lending rights claims online.
The Government has announced funding to assist the South Australian Museum to purchase the Fire of Australia opal.
It’s the last month of summer but there’s still plenty of time to explore the activities on offer. See what’s on in February.
Project descriptions for eleven successful projects funded in the October 2016 Visions funding round.
Applications are now open for the Visions of Australia regional exhibitions touring program.
AYO is celebrating 60 years of providing professional leadership and inspiration to young Australian musicians.
Applications are now open for the Festivals Australia program.
Applications are now open for the 2017–18 Indigenous Languages and Arts (ILA) program.
The Turnbull Government has appointed Ms Helen Cook as a member of the Council of the National Gallery of Australia (NGA) for a three-year term.
It’s cooling down but there is still plenty to see and do at our national institutions.
Applications are now open for the 2017 Community Heritage Grants Program.
Claims for 2017–18 lending rights payments need to be lodged by 31 March 2017.
The Minister for the Arts has announced some changes to the Government’s support for the arts.
The Turnbull Government has announced three new appointments to the Screen Australia Board.