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Ruben's dreams were of places that made no sense to him. Places that didn't exist. At least not anymore. Ruben lives in a safe place in a city that takes everything and gives nothing back. He begins to feel that he is in danger and ventures to Block City where he meets Koji. She too has been hiding from the dangers of the industrial city and its excesses. Ruben and Koji realise that if they combine their knowledge of how the city works they can find a way to escape. Ruben is a triumph of Whatley's imaginative and technical skills.
Around the world, millions of people—including many children—are victims of human trafficking. These modern-day slaves often go unseen even in our own cities and towns, their voices silent and their stories untold. In this incredible book, Zana Fraillon imagines the story of three such children, Esra, Miran and Isa. The result is powerful, heartbreaking and unforgettable. This is a Skellig for this generation; beautiful, magical and with Zana Fraillon's incredible talent for combining important global issues with extraordinary storytelling.
The 2018 Prime Minister’s Literary Awards shortlists have been announced.
The Bureau of Communications and Arts Research (BCAR) has released new analysis showing cultural and creative activity contributed $111.7 billion...
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The report covers the 2017–18 financial year and is the 31st annual report of the Public Lending Right Committee since the Act came into effect.
What do you get when you combine the awe-inspiring acrobatic skills of circus with the powerful beauty of ballet?
RANT Arts Ltd has been appointed as the new administrator for the Regional Arts Fund in Tasmania.
In the lead up to Remembrance Day, we take a look at a unique project funded through the Anzac Centenary Arts and Culture Fund.
Applications are open for the 2019-20 Indigenous Languages and Arts (ILA) program grant opportunity.
The story of Yolngu warrior, Djalu Gurruwiwi and world-famous musician Gotye.
Six diverse titles have been recognised at the 2018 Prime Minister’s Literary Awards ceremony.
Australia is an internationally recognised for its achievements in the circus arts and the Flying Fruit Fly Circus and its unique training program...
This year marks the 40th anniversary of the Cultural Gifts Program that provides incentives for donors to gift art and cultural property to public...
If you’re an author, artist, musician or filmmaker, upcoming changes to terms of copyright protection could affect you.
PDF: Research overview of arts and disability in Australia (2.62 MB) DOCX: Research overview of arts and disability in Australia (10.39 MB)
The Research Overview brings together published and unpublished data and research about arts and disability in Australia, and case studies highlighting arts and disability practice around the...
After a big year, we take a look back at some of our highlights.
To stay at the forefront of protecting Australia’s cultural property, we have updated the Protection of Movable Cultural Heritage Regulations 2018.
The latest Regional Arts Fund (RAF) Community Grants are set to support community creativity across regional Australia.
Take a look at the key trends for our national cultural institutions in 2017-18.