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To commemorate Anzac Day, we explore the powerful art of Arthur Streeton at the National Gallery of Australia.
We take a look at the Morning Star tapestry displayed in the Sir John Monash Centre in France.
This World Book and Copyright Day, take the time to learn how upcoming copyright changes may affect you.
ART/works is our monthly e-newsletter designed to help you stay up-to-date with all the latest news and activities in the arts portfolio.
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...
In recognition of International Dance Day, we speak to NAISDA student Kiarn Doyle about starting a career in dance and how it has helped him...
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The Protection of Cultural Objects on Loan Scheme provides legal protection for cultural objects on loan from overseas lenders for temporary public exhibition in Australia.
The Government has announced a new Location Incentive Program to support Australian film jobs.
We have compiled a list of arts and cultural funding opportunities available from our arts portfolio agencies. The list will be updated regularly to reflect current funding opportunities.
The Government has announced the 2018-19 Budget measures for the Communications and Arts portfolio.
The Australian Government has supported the return of over 1470 Australian Indigenous ancestors from overseas institutions and private collectors for over 25 years....
We take a look at the Aboriginal Artistic Development and Performance program and how it celebrates artistic traditional Indigenous cultural...
Entries to the 2018 Prime Minister's Literary Awards are now closed. Entries closed on Wednesday 9 May 2018. A copy of the 2018 entry guidelines is available below.
Celebrating another year of great Australian literature.
Take a look at how the recent graduates from NAISDA Dance College are already making their mark on the world stage.
The Australian Government supports the repatriation of ancestral remains and secret sacred objects to their communities of origin to help promote healing and reconciliation.
The Government has announced more than $420,000 for the Queensland Performing Arts Centre to deliver a new theatrical performance, Armistice.
The National Museum of Australia (NMA) has officially opened its new exhibition hall, providing different ways to engage with their collection.