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The Australian Copyright Council dispels some of copyright law's greatest myths.
From the beginnings of photography to insightful juxtapositions between historic and contemporary art, the Art Gallery of New South Wales offers a diverse and engaging 2015 program.
The Parramatta City Council has allocated $150,000 each for the Granville and Westmead suburbs for public art and design opportunities.
A Museum Victoria membership with unlimited entry to three museums will keep the kids happy and curious these Christmas holidays.
‘We’ll move you’ is the offer of West Australian Ballet’s 2015 season for its diverse palette of classical and contemporary work.
For Kate Cherry, Black Swan State Theatre Company’s Artistic Director, sharing stories is integral.
Twenty four artists will come together as part of 24 Frames Per Second, an exhibition of screen-based works at Carriageworks in June 2015.
Highly successful electronic composer and visual artist, Ryoji Ikeda will bring his larger-than-life new work to Carriageworks in 2015.
Sydney Chamber Opera will contemporise David Malouf’s Fly Away Peter into a symphonic feast at Carriageworks in 2015.
In association with Sydney Festival, Carriageworks will present a monumental sculpture of Buddha moulded from ash.
Impressive in scope, scale and ambition, Carriageworks in the heart of Sydney’s Redfern continues the consolidation and growth of its formidable artistic program in 2015, cementing its place as a nationally unique and significant multi-arts institution.
The British Council’s exchange programs play a vital role in developing the careers of Australian creative practitioners.
The British Council is ideally placed to draw on the UK’s global leadership in Inclusivity arts policy and practice.
Through its ACCELERATE program the British Council nurtures the leadership potential of Indigenous high achievers in the arts.
British Council’s new program ELEVATE will bring creative thinkers together to find innovative solutions to practical challenges.
The British Council in Australia plays a vital role in fostering cultural leadership and helping local creative talent to make a mark internationally.
As more Australians engage in the arts, a new funding model for the times is needed, says the Australia Council.
Engaging with an emerging generation of young philanthropists is a key part of making a success of your arts career.
As new art forms continue to emerge, budding artists must find new ways to break into the industry.
Five keynote presenters will bring a wealth of expertise and experience to the ArtsHub Conference on 31 October.
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