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Sampa the Great to headline Vivid Live, Yarra Valley Writers Festival program, Bell Shakespeare on tour, plus more arts and funding news.
The arts got a passing reference in the Budget speeches this week but Esther Anatolitis couldn't see a vision for the future.
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COVID-19 venue closures in the performing arts could have left some artists out in the cold. But award-winning Canberran playwright Dylan Van Den Berg was lucky enough to receive support just when his career needed it most.
The short answer is not much more. The longer answer looks at flat funding for the Australia Council and previously announced funding for national collecting institutions and videogame development.
Victoria’s creative industries will see some relief in the form of a $288 million investment from the State Government in 2021/22.
The cash splash of the COVID-19 recovery budget should be used to place arts and creativity at the centre of education and community building, argues Wesley Enoch ahead of Budget 2021.
Ahead of the COVID-19 recovery budget, Esther Anatolitis looks at the narrative on the Creative Industries and what it might signal for future policy and funding.
Announced ahead of this week's budget, the Federal Government has given additional funding to several national institutions including the National Library, Museum of Australian Democracy and the National Gallery of Australia.
‘This funding is an important step in the rejuvenation of Australia’s arts sector from COVID-19,’ said Minister Fletcher.
Award-winning poet Melinda Smith offers some tips and tricks for applying for the funding that might just make your project a success.
Big opportunities to support the music industry, plus a bumper week for writing prizes and an Australian artist flying the flag in Sarajevo.
Additional arts funding has not been equitably allocated, and the government has continued to ignore cultural workers not eligible for JobKeeper, writes Leya Reid.
NAVA's message is clear: ‘stop treating art and culture as expendable and start recognising their essential role in the stimulation of Australia’s creative output’.
Bluesfest recognised by international award, top art school announced, $80,000 commission for mid-career visual artists, COVID mentorships, Monte Miller Awards announced, plus more awards news and opportunities.
Melbourne Comedy Festival Awards, Readings Children's Book Prize, ABIA shortlist, Sidney Myer Performing Arts Awards, Australian Piano Award shortlist, and more awards + opportunities.
The one-off injection of funds for Playing Australia will support the viability of regional and remote touring projects and regional performing art centres across the country.
Many of the state's cultural institutions face cuts of up to $13 million in operational funding come 2022-23, according to the NSW Budget Estimates hearings.
Remagine Art Prize opportunity available, Australian Book Industry Awards shortlist announced, Laura Wills receives Palace of Production residency, plus more.
Addressing the Sydney Institute this week, Arts Minister Paul Fletcher outlined key reasons the government funds the arts, but stepped on toes with 'clubbish' description of the arts.
National Capital Art Prize seeks applicants, Telstra Ballet Dancer Award winner announced, 2020 Quill Award announcements, and more.
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