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This year marks 25 years of Screen Australia’s Indigenous Department, which supports Indigenous Australians to tell their own screen stories.
The Government will fund 96 projects through the 2018-19 Indigenous Languages and Arts program.
Eight Australian Indigenous ancestors have been returned home from Sweden.
The Cultural Gifts Program offers tax incentives to encourage donors to gift cultural property, such as paintings and manuscripts, to more than 400...
We visited the Australian Ballet School as the students prepare to showcase their amazing artistry and technical skill in Melbourne and Canberra.
The 2018 Meeting of Cultural Ministers was held in Canberra, ACT on 14 September 2018.
We take a look at the Australian National Academy of Music and how it nurtures some of the best musicians from around the country.
The Australian Government has returned a culturally significant ammonite fossil to the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria today.
All Australians are encouraged to stop what they are doing today, pick up a book and read—for just one hour.
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 Meeting of Cultural Ministers’ have released a public Discussion Paper about arts and disability in Australia as the first step in renewing the...
Applications are now open for the Festivals Australia program.
Applications are now open for the Visions of Australia regional exhibition touring program.
Challenging the mind and body – academic studies at the National Institute of Circus Arts are as rigorous as the physical workouts.
A young and penniless writer, Kif Kehlmann, is rung in the middle of the night by the notorious criminal, Siegfried Heidl. About to go to trial for defrauding the banks of $700 million, Heidl proposes a deal: $10,000 for Kehlmann to ghost write his memoir in six weeks. As he writes, Kehlmann begins to fear that he is being corrupted, he becomes ever more unsure if he is ghost writing a memoir, or if Heidl is rewriting him. Everything that was certain grows uncertain as he begins to wonder: who is Siegfried Heidl—and who is Kif Kehlmann?
Taboo tells the story of a group of Noongar people who revisit, for the first time in many decades, a taboo place: the site of a massacre that followed the assassination, by these Noongar's descendants, of a white man who had stolen a black woman. They come at the invitation of Dan Horton, the elderly owner of the farm on which the massacres unfolded. He hopes that by hosting the group he will satisfy his wife's dying wishes and cleanse some moral stain from the ground on which he and his family have lived for generations.
Set in Sydney, Paris and Sri Lanka, The Life to Come is a mesmerising novel about the stories we tell and don't tell ourselves as individuals, as societies and as nations. Pippa is a writer who longs for success. Celeste tries to convince herself that her feelings for her married lover are reciprocated. Ash makes strategic use of his childhood in Sri Lanka but blots out the memory of a tragedy from that time. Driven by riveting stories and unforgettable characters, here is a dazzling meditation on intimacy, loneliness and our flawed perception of other people.