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Nine projects will receive funding to tour to 74 venues across all states and territories from 2017-18.
The Government has announced more than $470,000 for 11 regional arts and cultural projects through the Festivals Australia September 2017 funding...
Enjoy the last month of summer with stunning exhibitions and plenty of activities at our national cultural institutions
Keep cool, calm and creative this Summer at our national cultural institutions.
Each year we highlight key successes and trends from our National Cultural Institutions (NCIs).
Tell us how technology can or is helping to revive and maintain Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages in your community now and for...
Festivals Australia applications are now open and we’re here to help with answers to a few of your most commonly asked questions.
People with disability will have improved access to the arts with the ARTfinder portal set to roll out nationally.
We are seeking views on the effectiveness and efficiency of Australia’s online copyright infringement amendment.
Are you an author, creator or publisher who has released a book in the last five years? You may be eligible for lending rights.
Do you have a cultural project you wish to hold at a regional festival? Apply now for the Festivals Australia program!
Applications are now open for the Visions of Australia regional exhibition touring program.
Applications are now open for funding to help preserve our unique maritime history for future generations.
The first National Indigenous Languages Convention will be held on the Gold Coast on 23 February 2018.
"NAISDA Dance College gives me the chance to open cultural doors for me as I get to learn more about my Aboriginal heritage."
The Government has released a discussion paper on potential reforms to the deductible gift recipient (DGR) tax arrangements.
Our latest video celebrates 20 years of the National Portrait Gallery.
Applications are now open for the 2018 Community Heritage Grants Program.
Check the closing dates in your state or territory for submissions.
To mark World Poetry Day, we’re taking a look at the work of the 2017 Prime Minister’s Literary Awards Poetry winner.