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Celebrate Australian writing and explore this year’s #PMLitAwards winners and shortlists
During the International Year of Indigenous Languages, it is great to see events like the Yarrabah Music and Cultural Festival bring people...
Celebrate great Australian writing using these downloadable resources.
On Croker Island, two hundred kilometres northeast of Darwin, work is underway to record and save two critically endangered languages.
Discover the latest news and events from our national elite training organisations in the performing arts.
During the International Year of Indigenous Languages we are highlighting an ABC initiative that looks at the meaning behind place names.
It’s now easier to find information about latest release movies and games following the launch of a new website for Australian classification.
Through our arts programs, the Australian Government funds the eight national elite training organisations in the performing arts, which support Australia's thriving creative economy.
A collection of key arts and cultural statistics published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).
The cultural ministers are advised and supported by a working group of senior public sector officials from the Australian Government, state and territory, and New Zealand arts and culture agencies.
The Statistics Working Group manages a national program of cultural data collection, research and analysis.
The Meeting of Cultural Ministers takes place annually. Meetings cover areas of national significance and mutual interest, including the creative arts, performing arts, Indigenous culture, film and...
‘Music is a singular language for everybody and as long as that beat's going, everybody will move together.’
A powerful short film which features a shy boy, called Lil Bois (Little Boys), is helping wake the sleeping language of Ngandi.
The Visions of Australia regional exhibition touring program supports audience access to Australian arts and cultural material, with a particular focus on tours to regional and remote Australia.
The National Collecting Institutions Touring and Outreach program aims to bring Australian and overseas cultural material to all Australians through national tours, and help tour Australian works overseas.
The Indigenous Visual Arts Industry Support program helps fund the operations of around 80 Indigenous-owned art centres, and a number of art fairs, regional hubs and industry service organisations that are at the heart of Australia’s world-famous Indigenous visual art movement.
Highlights from this year’s #PMLitAwards ceremony.