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Each year we highlight key successes and trends from our National Cultural Institutions (NCIs).
Nine projects will receive funding to tour to 74 venues across all states and territories from 2017-18.
In the last month of summer take the time to explore our national cultural institutions.
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
Tell us how technology can or is helping to revive and maintain Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages in your community now and for...
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...
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.
Hear insights about Australian literature at a special author event featuring 2017 Prime Minister's Literary Award winners.
Applications are now open for the Visions of Australia regional exhibition touring program.
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 funding to help preserve our unique maritime history for future generations.
Our latest video celebrates 20 years of the National Portrait Gallery.
Applications are now open for the 2018 Community Heritage Grants Program.
Tom and Jordy have been living with their gran since the day their mother, Loretta, left them on her doorstep and disappeared. Now Loretta’s returned, and she wants her boys back. Tom and Jordy hit the road with Loretta in her beat-up car. The family of three journeys across the country, squabbling, bonding, searching and reconnecting. But Loretta isn’t mother material. She’s broke, unreliable, lost. And there’s something else that’s not quite right with this reunion. This beautifully written and gripping debut is as moving as it is frightening, and as heartbreaking as it is tender.
When her lover dies suddenly, all Catherine has left is her work. In an act of compassion her manager at London's Swinburne Museum gives her a very particular project: a box of intricate clockwork parts that constitute a nineteenth-century automaton, a beautiful mechanical bird. It's an object made of equal parts magic, love, madness and science, a delight that contains the seeds of our age's downfall. When Catherine discovers the diary of the man who commissioned it, one obsession merges into another.
A mesmerising literary novel, Questions of Travel charts two very different lives. Laura travels the world before returning to Sydney, where she works for a publisher of travel guides. Ravi dreams of being a tourist until he is driven from Sri Lanka by devastating events. Around these two superbly drawn characters, a double narrative assembles an enthralling array of people, places and stories - from Theo, whose life plays out in the long shadow of the past, to Hana, an Ethiopian woman determined to reinvent herself in Australia.