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PDF: Cultural Gifts Program—Certificate of donation (848.91 KB) DOCX: Cultural Gifts Program—Certificate of donation (759.63 KB)
Subdivision 30-A of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997....
The Australian Government has announced the appointment of four new members and the reappointment of four members to the Australia Council Board.
PDF: indigenous-languages-and-arts-program-guidelines-2017-18_-_final.pdf (687.16 KB) DOCX: indigenous-languages-and-arts-program-guidelines-2017-18_-_final.docx (765.18 KB)
The Department of Communications and the Arts develops and administers Australian Government programs and policies that encourage excellence in art, support our cultural heritage and provide access...
PDF: 2016–17 Indigenous Languages and Arts program grant recipients (666.04 KB) DOCX: 2016–17 Indigenous Languages and Arts program grant recipients (686.23 KB)
Targeted grant recipients Open round grant recipients Strategic projects
PDF: Full list of Indigenous Languages and Arts—Projects stream funding recipients 2015–16 (324.33 KB) DOCX: Full list of Indigenous Languages and Arts—Projects stream funding recipients 2015–16 (42.21 KB)
2015–16 funding recipients...
PDF: Indigenous Languages and Arts (Languages) stream—2015–16 funding recipients (306.01 KB) DOCX: Indigenous Languages and Arts (Languages) stream—2015–16 funding recipients (32.88 KB)
The Indigenous Languages and Arts (Languages) stream provides operational funding to organisations that support the revival and maintenance of Indigenous languages. This funding will include...
The Australian Government has announced $22.8 million to help keep Indigenous languages alive and showcase Indigenous cultural and artistic...
The members of the new Australia-Singapore Arts Group have been announced, strengthening cultural ties between the two nations
Australian Indigenous ancestral remains have been returned to Indigenous communities in a moving ceremony in London with the support of the...
The 2016 Prime Minister’s Literary Awards shortlists have been announced.
The Arts Minister has welcomed the release of the National Opera Review Final Report which contains 118 recommendations.
Winners of the Prime Minister’s Literary Awards will be announced on Tuesday 8 November.
PDF: 2015-16-public-lending-right-committee-annual-report.pdf (816.71 KB) DOCX: 2015-16-public-lending-right-committee-annual-report.docx (619.45 KB)
The report covers the 2015–16 financial year and is the 29th annual report of the Public Lending Right Committee since the Act came into effect.
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The report covers the 2014–15 financial year and is the twenty-eighth annual report of the Public Lending Right Committee since the Act came into effect.
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The report covers the 2013–14 financial year and is the twenty-seventh annual report of the Public Lending Right Committee since the Act came into effect.
Forever Young is set against the tumultuous period of change and uncertainty that was Australia in 1977. Whitlam is about to lose the federal election, and things will never be the same again. The times they are a changing. Radicals have become conservatives, idealism is giving way to realism, relationships are falling apart, and Michael is finally coming to accept that he will never be a rock and roll musician.
The Life of Houses explores, with a poet’s eye for detail, the hidden tensions in one of Australia’s establishment families. These tensions come to the surface during a week in summer when Anna sends her daughter Kit to stay with her parents, and the unmarried sister who cares for them, in their old and decaying house by the sea. Kit barely knows her grandparents; her mother is estranged from the family and hasn't taken her to visit them. Recently separated from her husband, Anna sends Kit to them now so she can pursue a new love affair.
Forty two-year old Kennard Stirling, son of a wealthy family, has spurned his inheritance in favour of a small town on the rural NSW coast, where he spends his days helping the elderly and needy members of the community. In his spare time he works on his own hobby—a project to rejuvenate various bush blocks, which are fertilised by the murdered remains of itinerants, drifters and economic losers that Stirling has judged not to offer anything to society....