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Sounds Australia curates playlists as a way for local and international music lovers, and the music industry to hear the latest Australian music.
We work collaboratively with the National Cultural Institutions to highlight the key role they play in the cultural lives of Australians.
Our new guide ‘My art goals: NDIS and the arts’ can help you pursue a career in the arts.
The project, which has already mapped 683 Indigenous names for plants and animals, is a collaboration between the ALA, Aboriginal and Torres Strait...
During the 2019 International Year of Indigenous Languages we have brought you a diverse range of inspiring stories, case studies and videos.
Find out more about some of the activities and events supported by Festivals Australia.
PDF: Australian Government Policy on Indigenous Repatriation (580.04 KB) DOCX: Australian Government Policy on Indigenous Repatriation (780.81 KB)
The Australian Government Policy on Indigenous Repatriation was established in 2011. In 2016, it was updated to reflect the change in department name.
PDF: Post-Implementation Review — Resale Royalty Right for Visual Artists Act 2009 and the Resale Royalty Scheme (2.17 MB) DOCX: Post-Implementation Review — Resale Royalty Right for Visual Artists Act 2009 and the Resale Royalty Scheme (731.8 KB)
The 2013 Report for the Post-implementation Review of the Resale Royalty Right for Visual Artists Act 2009 (the Act) and accompanying Scheme examines the first three years and four months of the...
There’s something on for every member of the family at our national collecting institutions this summer.
Be sure to visit classification.gov.au for the latest advice on new release films and games this festive season.
Indigenous artist Sid Bruce Short Joe speaks nine Indigenous languages, but the Pormpuraaw Elder says there is one English word that just doesn’t...
‘In the same way the butterfly emerges from the cocoon, we are now witnessing a beautiful renaissance of language through song’ — Gina Williams.
Under the Resale Royalty Scheme, visual artists and other right-holders are entitled to 5% of the sale price of eligible artworks resold commercially for $1,000 or more.
PDF: Fact sheet—Indigenous Repatriation—International—November 2019 (488.02 KB) DOCX: Fact sheet—Indigenous Repatriation—International—November 2019 (196.73 KB)
The Australian Government supports the unconditional return of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ancestral remains through the Indigenous Repatriation Program.
PDF: Indigenous Repatriation—international—questions and answers—December 2019 (478.75 KB) DOCX: Indigenous Repatriation—international—questions and answers—December 2019 (204.11 KB)
For more than 150 years, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ancestral remains were removed and sent to museums, universities and private collections both in Australia and overseas. They were...
PDF: AIATSIS—Guidelines for Ethical Research in Australian Indigenous Studies (258.9 KB) DOCX: AIATSIS—Guidelines for Ethical Research in Australian Indigenous Studies (178.96 KB)
Guidelines to provide for meaningful engagement between researchers and Australian Indigenous individuals and/or communities involved in research.
PDF: indigenous_repatriation_factsheet_export_prohibition_final.pdf (196.05 KB) DOCX: factsheet_indigenous_repatriation_prohibition_of_export_aug17_final.docx (245.23 KB)
Fact sheet—prohibition on the export ban and enforcement of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ancestral remains and secret sacred objects.
The expertly crafted Hannah Cabinet, which took more than six years to create, will be on permanent display for all Australians at the Lismore...
Once a year, the tropical city of Cairns comes alive with Indigenous culture.