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The Minister for the Arts, the Hon Peter Garrett AM, has announced that funding for 5 projects totalling $68,290 will go to regional, rural and remote communities across Victoria.
Supported by the Australia Council for the Arts, and managed by Artworkers Alliance - 'Eat Your Words' is a collaborative writing project that is designed to help foster the development of critical arts writing in Australia.
The Australia Council for the Arts has announced the appointment of Paul Mason as its director of music.
The Australia Council for the Arts today announced the appointment of Sandra Bender as its new executive director of arts development.
Valerie Sparks, the recipient of the second $15,000 Rupert Bunny Fellowship from the City of Port Phillip, has now won a three month residency at Strafford in London from the Australia Council.
There is up to $3,000 in funding available to community groups from the Orana Arts region (Warrumbungle, Narromine, Gilgandra and Dubbo City Councils).
The Australian Society of Authors (ASA) and the Australia Council for the Arts are pleased to announce a new partnership.
GetUp's 'Save the Net' campaign is gaining momentum faster than all expectations, as the Government's ill-considered plans to slow down and censor the internet is facing backlash from communities and organisations.
Multicultural Arts Victoria last night was the winner of the 2008 National Multicultural Marketing Awards for their successful Mix It Up! partnership program with the Arts Centre.
VISCOPY's report, Implications of the Australian Government's Proposed Resale Royalty Scheme, has found that a whole generation of Australian artists will miss out on significant resale income if the Government scheme is introduced.
Mirka Mora will be formally acknowledged by Minister Lynne Kosky, Minister for the Arts, at an event to be held at Heide Museum of Modern Art on Monday 24 November 2008
Australia’s leading musicians and artists have been joined by artists from around the world in a call on the Commonwealth Government to revisit its decision to cancel funding for the high level music training programs currently provided by the Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM) in Melbourne.
The first major event in Australia to run completely on renewable energy and winner of the NSW Government 2008 Green Globe Award for Environmental Sustainability across all industries Peats Ridge Festival is also a winner of the 'Greener Festival' award for 2007 - the badge of excellence awarded to green festivals.
A landmark exhibition of unique treasures from each of the great NSW State collecting institutions will be opened by the Premier and Minister for the Arts.
Minister for the Arts Lynne Kosky has announced the shortlist for the 2008 Victorian Indigenous Art Awards.
Earlier this month the Australia Council for the Arts made public its decision to withdraw three-year funding from Dancehouse.
The Australian Government will soon introduce a whole of Internet filtering system under the auspices of child Cyber-Safety, requiring Internet Service Providers to filter out content identified as prohibited by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA).
Australia’s 28 major performing arts companies experienced strong growth in box office, private income and main stage attendances in 2007, according to a report from the Australia Council for the Arts.
Visual artists will be feeling an uncomfortable mixture of anticipation and disappointment about the biggest news around: Arts Minister Peter Garrett's announcement last Thursday of the terms of an Australian Resale Royalty scheme. It should have precipitated undiluted joy...
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