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PDF: Roadmap for Reactivating Live Performance Venues and Events—November 2020 (335.18 KB) DOCX: Roadmap for Reactivating Live Performance Venues and Events—November 2020 (488.41 KB)
The Roadmap is a guidance document that provides some additional certainty for the arts sector with a nationally consistent health-based approach to reactivating safely.
PDF: National Principles for Reactivating Live Performance Venues and Events—November 2020 (207.3 KB) DOCX: National Principles for Reactivating Live Performance Venues and Events—November 2020 (53.38 KB)
The National Principles complement the Roadmap and set high level standards for how the arts sector can operate in a COVIDSafe way.
The Roadmap and National Principles for Reactivating Live Performance Venues and Events are guidance documents that provide some additional certainty for the arts sector with a nationally...
A national plan is set to provide more certainty for the arts and entertainment sector.
PDF: Project grants—national recipients list, round 2, 2020 (320.89 KB) DOCX: Project grants—national recipients list, round 2, 2020 (168.54 KB)
Project grants—national recipients list, round 2, 2020—November 2020
The winners ceremony will be livestreamed on Thursday 10 December 2020.
A diverse range of arts and entertainment activities, including festivals, live music and theatre, opera, circus, visual arts and dance, will...
ART/works is our monthly e-newsletter designed to help you stay up-to-date with all the latest news and activities in the arts portfolio.
Meet deaf artist, Dion Beasley, and the people he calls family. Dodging road trains by day and giant blue monsters at night, Dion weaves his way through life on an electric scooter, collecting rocks and dogs to make art. In his dreams he sees animals from overseas and his mother's country, Lake Nash, but every morning, without fail, he puts on his favourite socks and gets ready to feed the dogs. Is it time yet?
International Day of People with Disability is an opportunity to reflect on the contribution of people with disability.
Arts and entertainment entities are now able to apply for the Show Starter Loan Scheme to help them deliver new productions and events.
There is something for everyone at our national institutions this summer, whether you visit in person or enjoy a virtual experience from home.
PDF: Register of Cultural Organisations guide—November 2020 (1.65 MB) DOCX: Register of Cultural Organisations guide—November 2020 (770.74 KB)
The Register of Cultural Organisations Guide was updated in November 2020. The Guide clarifies information for applicants and organisations already on the ROCO. The Guide explains the ROCO...
Knowing that he will soon die, Albert Gondiwindi takes pen to paper. His life was spent at Prosperous House, on Massacre Plains. Albert is determined to pass on his people's language and everything ever remembered....
For more than a millennium, Polynesians occupied the remotest islands in the Pacific Ocean, an enormous triangle stretching from Hawaii to New Zealand to Easter Island. Sailing in large, double-hulled canoes, they were the first and, until the era of European discovery, the only people ever to have reached this part of the globe. Today, they are widely acknowledged as the world's greatest navigators....
'Songspirals' are sung by Aboriginal people to awaken Country, to make and remake the life-giving connections between people and place. 'Songspirals' are radically different ways of understanding the relationship people can have with the landscape. For Yolngu people from North East Arnhem Land, women and men play different roles in bringing songlines to life, yet the vast majority of what has been published is about men's place in songlines. 'Songspirals' is a rare opportunity for outsiders to experience Aboriginal women's role in crying the songlines in a very authentic and direct form.
'Meeting the Waylo' is a history of story-making about the experiences of Migeo, Boongaree and Bundle, three Indigenous Australians who were intermediaries on board maritime expeditions in the early nineteenth century. These Indigenous men travelled to the archipelagos of the north-west of Western Australia, where they became central figures in encounters between the crew and local Indigenous groups onshore.
Visceral and energetic, Omar Sakr's poetry confronts notions of identity and belonging head-on. Braiding together sexuality and divinity, conflict and redemption, 'The Lost Arabs' is a seething, urgent collection from a distinct new voice.
'Cooee Mittigar', meaning 'Come Here Friend', is an invitation to 'yana' (walk), on Darug Country. In this stunning picture book, Darug creators Jasmine Seymour and Leanne Mulgo Watson tell a story on Darug Songlines, introducing children and adults-alike to Darug 'Nura' (Country) and language. Greeted by Mulgo, the black swan, readers are welcomed to 'Nura'. Journeying through the seasons, Mulgo describes the land, skyscape, birds, animals and totems. It is a gentle guide to how Darug people read the seasons, knowing when it is time to hunt and time to rest.
Biz knows how to float. She has her people, posse, her mum and the twins. She has Grace. And she has her dad, who tells her about the little kid she was, and who shouldn't be here but is. So Biz doesn't tell anyone anything. Not about her dark, runaway thoughts, not about kissing Grace or noticing Jasper, the new boy. And she doesn't tell anyone about her dad. Because her dad died when she was seven. And Biz knows how to float, right there on the surface—normal okay regular fine.