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Festivals Australia supports community participation in, and access to, the arts and aims to support partnerships and collaboration across the sector.
The success of the Denmark Festival of Voice, in regional Western Australia, highlights the importance of festivals to communities.
Through our programs, the Australian Government funds the eight national elite performing arts training organisations, which support Australia's thriving creative economy.
A massive large-scale version of the Gambay map featuring Australia’s first languages is on display at the State Library of New South Wales.
World renowned author, poet and Gunai woman Kirli Saunders will present a special reading as part of the International Year of Indigenous Languages...
As the weather warms and school holidays approach, take a look at what events are on at our national cultural institutions for the whole family to...
One of the world's oldest lullabies has been recorded in one of the world's oldest languages.
Events like the Yarrabah Music and Cultural Festival in north Queensland bring people together to celebrate and showcase the power of language in...
Following the annual Meeting of Cultural Ministers the discussions and outcomes of the meeting are summarised and published in a communique. You can read communiques from previous meetings below.
The Meeting of Cultural Ministers was held today in Adelaide, South Australia.