It’s cooling down but there is still plenty to see and do at our national institutions.
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Stay indoors and experience stunning art and culture at our cultural institutions this winter.
In need of some culture and creativity? Our national institutions have got you covered this August.
In Australia, national and international cultural property is protected through the Protection of Movable Cultural Heritage Act 1986, which gives effect to the UNESCO Convention on the Means of...
Below are some examples of cultural property returned by the Australian Government to foreign countries under the Protection of Movable Cultural Heritage Act 1986.
The Cultural Gifts Program offers tax incentives to encourage people to donate cultural items to public art galleries, museums, libraries and archives in Australia.
Gifts donated under the Cultural Gifts Program must have their value assessed by approved valuers.
The Public Lending Right Committee represents Australian authors, publishers and libraries in relation to the lending right programs.
Find out about some of the great Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages activities and programs happening around Australia.
The SharingStories Foundation works with Indigenous communities to preserve language, stories and cultural heritage through digital technologies and art forms.
Following the annual Meeting of Cultural Ministers the discussions and outcomes of the meeting are summarised and published in a communique. You can read communiques from previous meetings below.
To download the audio right click on the link and choose 'Save As' or 'Save Link As' to save the audio file to your computer. Summary of the strategy [MP3—7.4MB] Transcript of the summary This an...
Through our arts programs, the Australian Government funds the eight national elite training organisations in the performing arts, which support Australia's thriving creative economy.
A collection of key arts and cultural statistics published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).
The cultural ministers are advised and supported by a working group of senior public sector officials from the Australian Government, state and territory, and New Zealand arts and culture agencies.
The Statistics Working Group manages a national program of cultural data collection, research and analysis.
The Meeting of Cultural Ministers takes place annually. Meetings cover areas of national significance and mutual interest, including the creative arts, performing arts, Indigenous culture, film and...
2014 National Resting Place consultation report.
Accessible events, venues and workplaces enable people with disability to participate in the cultural life of the community, enjoy the arts, and pursue creative and cultural practice and employment.
Resources and links about government support for work and study.