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PDF: National Indigenous Languages Report (20MB refer to PDFs split into parts) (19.25 MB) PDF: 1—National Indigenous Languages Report—introduction (9.36 MB) PDF: 2—National Indigenous Languages Report—chapter 1—introduction (9.92 MB) PDF: 3—National Indigenous Languages Report—chapter 2—benefits from speaking language (10.07 MB) PDF: 4—National Indigenous Languages Report—chapter 3—the state of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages (8.78 MB) PDF: 5—National Indigenous Languages Report—chapter 4—what it means to maintain and bring back Indigenous languages (8.43 MB) PDF: 6—National Indigenous Languages Report—chapter 5—opportunities for improved services and programs (10.16 MB) PDF: 7—National Indigenous Languages Report—chapter 6—practical applications of these findings (11.59 MB) DOCX: National Indigenous Languages Report (4.24 MB)
The National Indigenous Languages Report is a key element of the Australian Government’s ongoing commitment to maintain, preserve and celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages....
We are seeking expressions of interest for music industry experts to help assess grant applications for the Live Music Australia program.
Applications are open for the $50 million Temporary Interruption Fund (TIF) for the Australian screen production industry.
The search is on to find Australian arts organisations and individuals to represent us at the UK | Australia Season 2021-22.
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 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.
PDF: 2019–2020 funding recipients—Indigenous Visual Arts Industry Support (IVAIS) Program - August 2020 (682.44 KB) DOCX: 2019–2020 funding recipients—Indigenous Visual Arts Industry Support (IVAIS) Program - August 2020 (165.13 KB)
2019—2020 funding recipients for the Indigenous Visual Arts Industry Support (IVAIS) Program.
The latest recipients of Indigenous Visual Arts Industry Support (IVAIS) funding totalling $49 million over five years have been announced.
Twelve industry experts have been appointed to the Creative Economy Taskforce to help the arts sector recover from COVID-19.
The Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) Fund and the Arts Sustainability Fund are now open.
If you are involved with the Indigenous visual arts sector, we want to hear from you on ways to help the industry grow.
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.Provides information on the NCITO program.
The Arts Sustainability Fund supports the arts and entertainment sector to continue its activities by providing necessary finance to plan a pathway for recovery from the effects of COVID‑19. Funding will support employment and contribute to rebuilding Australia’s economy, as well as enhancing community wellbeing and access to cultural experiences across Australia.
The Creative Economy Taskforce assists in the implementation of the Government’s $250 million creative economy support package and provides strategic guidance to build the sector as Australia looks...
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.