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A stunning mix of memoir, reportage, fiction, satire, and critique composed by a powerful new voice in poetry. Alison Whittaker's Blakwork is an original and unapologetic collection from which two things emerge; an incomprehensible loss, and the poet's fearless examination of the present. Whittaker is unsparing in the interrogation of familiar ideas—identifying and dissolving them with idiosyncratic imagery, layering them to form new connections, and reinterpreting what we know.
Singer songwriter Tenzin Choegyal draws on his Tibetan roots to create original compositions in language which uniquely express his culture.
International museum and modern art professionals will meet over three days at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia in Sydney this November.
Every year Australia’s galleries and museums display major exhibitions of some of the most significant cultural material from around the world.
Three dynamic emerging curators will explore themes of love, labour and the workforce in two new exhibitions as part of Artbank’s Emerging Curator...
First Languages Australia and ABC Education have selected a record six winners for the 2019 Indigenous Language Song Competition.
Wise-cracking Kerry Salter has spent a lifetime avoiding two things—her hometown and prison. But now her Pop is dying and she's an inch away from the lockup, so she heads south on a stolen Harley. Gritty and darkly hilarious, Too Much Lip offers redemption and forgiveness where none seems possible.
A vivid and poignant photographic exhibition has been launched by the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies ...
The Festivals Australia program provides opportunities in regional and remote communities to showcase arts projects at a festival or a significant...
In a creative and inspiring approach to the International Year of Indigenous Languages, prominent public artist Allan Giddy will use the natural...
Australian arts and cultural heritage organisations can now apply for funding to take their exhibitions on tour.
Desert Mob 2019 was organised by Desart and held in Alice Springs from 5 to 7 September.
For centuries Wägilak people from Arnhem Land have performed songs and dances, passed down through the generations, which sustain culture and...
ARIA and Queensland Music Award winner Emily Wurramara is a role model for young Aboriginal women and hopes to inspire others to embrace music,...
In Rusted Off, Gabrielle Chan looks to her own rural community's main street for answers to the big questions driving voters. Why are we so fed up with politics? Why are formerly rusted-on country voters deserting major parties in greater numbers than their city cousins? Can ordinary people teach us more about the way forward for government? In 1996, Gabrielle, the city-born daughter of a Chinese migrant, moved to a sheep and wheat farm in country New South Wales. Here, she provides a window into her community and reflects on its lessons for the Australian political story.
Find out about some of the great Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages activities and programs happening around Australia.
Organisations listed on the Register of Cultural Organisations can receive tax deductible donations. This helps cultural organisations to attract funding from businesses and individuals.
The SharingStories Foundation works with Indigenous communities to preserve language, stories and cultural heritage through digital technologies and art forms.