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Thanks to the dedication of linguists and researchers at the Goldfields Aboriginal Language Centre, in Kalgoorlie,the Mirniny alphabet has been...
Exhibitions on themes as diverse as Indigenous body art, movie costumes and contemporary children’s television will be funded to tour regional...
The Australian Government supports the repatriation of ancestral remains and secret sacred objects to their communities of origin to help promote healing and reconciliation.
Eighty five important cultural objects are now back in Australia thanks to the Return of Cultural Heritage pilot project.
Funding is available for national collecting institutions to help them develop and tour their collections nationally and internationally. Funding recipients for 2020–21 are listed.
PDF: Australian Government response to the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Indigenous Affairs—Report on the impact of inauthentic art and craft in the style of First Nations peoples (207.53 KB) DOCX: Australian Government response to the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Indigenous Affairs—Report on the impact of inauthentic art and craft in the style of First Nations peoples (85.25 KB)
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures are diverse and dynamic. They are essential to the wellbeing and identity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, as well as being a vital...
The Advisory Committee for Indigenous Repatriation provides advice to the Australian Government on repatriation matters.
Sunday 13 September marks the 13th anniversary of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People.
Links to relevant organisations and arts funding opportunities.
On this page you can find research and resources about arts and disability in Australia from the Meeting of Cultural Ministers and the Office for the Arts.
A new YouTube series that features puppetry, animation, song and live action is helping keep an ancient Indigenous language alive.
Welcome to the arts and disability hub
The National Arts and Disability Strategy presents a vision for improving access and participation in artistic and cultural activities for people with disability.
The Visions of Australia program opens for applications today.
The Government's whole-of-economy support measures during the COVID-19 response include changes to JobSeeker.
So many of us are missing being able to head out to a live performance—but none more than the performers themselves.
Publications of the MCM
NBCUniversal’s Universal Studio Group will produce three high-end scripted television series in Australia under the Government’s Location Incentive...
In good news for our national cultural institutions, there will be an additional $22.9 million in the Federal Budget as they recover from the...
Australian Government, state and territory, and local overviews.