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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.
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.
Winter is almost here, come out of the cold and see what’s on at our national institutions.
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...
Funding is available for national collecting institutions to help them develop and tour their collections nationally and internationally. Funding...
The Government has announced $1 million to support the development and delivery of 17 exhibitions to tour regional Australia.
Mr Jan Müller has been appointed as the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the NFSA for a four-year term.
Digitising is integral for archiving and the protection of our cultural heritage.
Spring into one of our national cultural institutions this September
The Government has appointed a new member to the Board of the National Film and Sound Archive (NFSA).
Enjoy the last month of summer with stunning exhibitions and plenty of activities at our national cultural institutions
Each year we highlight key successes and trends from our National Cultural Institutions (NCIs).
Applications are now open for funding to help preserve our unique maritime history for future generations.
Our latest video celebrates 20 years of the National Portrait Gallery.
Applications are now open for the 2018 Community Heritage Grants Program.