Unwind this December and get your arts and culture fix at our national institutions.
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In the last month of summer take the time to explore our national cultural institutions.
The Indigenous Languages and Arts program supports Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities to revive and maintain languages, and to develop and present art.
The National Indigenous Languages Convention was held on Friday 23 February 2018, bringing together community members, language workers, industry partners, educators and government to explore how...
The Advisory Committee for Indigenous Repatriation helps the Australian Government deliver the Indigenous Repatriation policy.
As part of the national consultation on the National Arts and Disability Strategy, we will be visiting locations in every state and territory between 24 September and 3 December 2018.
The National Indigenous Languages Report (NILR) will build our understanding of the benefits and state of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages across Australia.
Project descriptions for eight successful projects funded in Round 7 of the 2018 Visions program (Funding is for a single year unless otherwise stated. All amounts are GST exclusive).
The Indigenous Languages and Arts (ILA) program currently supports a number of organisations, including a network of 22 language centres.
Do you have an item of cultural significance you would like to gift to an Australian gallery, museum, library or archive?
The National Cultural Heritage Committee assesses applications for export permits and funding applications from the National Cultural Heritage Account. It also advises the Minister for the Arts.
In 2016, the United Nations (UN) reported that 40 per cent (2,680) of the estimated 6,700 languages spoken around the world were in danger of disappearing.
In providing the necessary access to education, information and knowledge in and about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages, the complex environment for Australia's languages needs to be...
Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages are facing critical risks contributing to the loss of knowledge and use. Many communities are racing against time to record and preserve...
One of UNESCO's major objectives is to raise awareness of both the risks associated with the loss of language, and how language and knowledge systems could aid in sustainable development,...