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Three Australian Indigenous ancestral remains have been returned from three institutions in Germany at an official handover ceremony in Berlin.
Looking for things to do this Easter? Our national institutions have plenty of events and activities to keep you busy.
The Government has appointed Mr Kim Ledger and Ms Caroline Elliott as members to the Board of the NFSA for three year terms.
With Anzac Day just around the corner, we take a look at the important role newsmaps played for Australians during World War I.
Applications for the Maritime Museums of Australia Project Support Scheme are open.
2017-18 Anzac Centenary Arts and Culture Fund recipients have been announced.
Winter is almost here, come out of the cold and see what’s on at our national institutions.
The Government will provide more than $200,000 to support an exhibition in Singapore of unique Indigenous sculptures.
The return of Indigenous ancestral remains from overseas institutions is only the first step in the journey of returning ancestors back to Country.
The Government has appointed Ms Alison Page and Mr David Blackley as part-time members of the Council of the Australian National Maritime Museum ...
Each year we work with our National Cultural Institutions to highlight the key role they play in the lives of Australians and the cultural...
Mr Russel Howcroft has been appointed as Chair of the Australian Film, Television and Radio School Council.
Peter Lin from Artbank talks to us about how they support Australian artists and the importance of art at work.
Our national cultural institutions are holding a series of events to mark National Reconciliation Week.
For more than 30 years the Australian Government has provided operational funding to eight elite performing arts training organisations that form...
Stay indoors and experience stunning art and culture at our cultural institutions this winter.
We work collaboratively with the National Cultural Institutions to highlight the key role they play in the cultural lives of Australians.