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Jimblah is a producer, MC and vocalist from Adelaide, South Australia. Hailing from the Larrakia Nation in Top End Northern Territory, he is influenced by a wide range of different artists and...
Mau Power is a lyrical storyteller from Thursday Island in the Torres Straits. For many years he has been guided by two cultures: Indigenous culture and hip hop culture....
Dance troupe Naygayiw Gigi or 'Northern Thunder' hails from Bamaga, the northernmost town in Queensland. Naygayiw Gigi is the flagship dance troupe of Bamaga in the Torres Strait. Established in...
Ngardang Girri Kalat Mimini was established as a collaborative network of Indigenous women artists. They are committed to promoting the unique art practices of Indigenous women in Victoria,...
SharingStories Foundation is committed to preserving and revitalising Indigenous languages and cultures through community digital storytelling....
Adjunct Professor Wayne Quilliam is one of Australia's pre-eminent Indigenous photographic artists, curators and cultural advisers. His award winning career includes the coveted National Aboriginal...
Australian literature is vital to our cultural and intellectual life and communicating Australian stories. We support the work of writers and celebrate their achievements.
April 01, 2016 00:00 AEDT to March 31, 2018 23:45 AEDT
Australian book publishers or creators—authors, compilers, editors, illustrators and translators—can be compensated for the loss of income through the free multiple use of their work in Australian public and educational lending libraries.
The Public Lending Right Committee represents Australian authors, publishers and libraries in relation to the lending right programs.
The Australian Government provides funding and support for Australia's vibrant performing arts sector.
The Australian Government supports Australia's contemporary music industry.
The Australian Government funds the eight national elite performing arts training organisations to support Australia's thriving creative economy.
We support arts and cultural development in regional and remote communities to help overcome the obstacles presented by distance and population size.
The Festivals Australia logo is used to acknowledge Australian Government support for activities funded under Festivals Australia.
The Regional Arts Fund program logo is used to acknowledge Australian Government support for activities funded under the Regional Arts Fund.
Organisations funded by Visions of Australia in March 2016. All amounts are GST exclusive.
Organisations funded by Visions of Australia in October 2015. All amounts are GST exclusive.
The Visions of Australia program logo is used to acknowledge Australian Government support for activities funded under Visions of Australia.
The Australia Council delivers National Regional Programs to support tours by performing artists, musicians and exhibitions.