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Shortlist for Victorian Premier's Literary Awards, Dromkeen Medal for Literature announced, and quarter finalists in prestigious NZ violin competition, and more.
With the results of Annual Program Funding for 2019 still not announced, several NSW organisations are looking at winding up due to a lack of funds, and the Arts Minister is not responding to their pleas.
2018 Kate Challis RAKA Award recipient celebrated; 2018 Gloria Payten and Gloria Dawn Foundation Fellowship recipients revealed; longlist announced for 2019 Indie Book Awards and many more.
Entrants are encouraged to respond to the values of Gallipoli, including loyalty, respect, love of country, courage and comradeship.
Australia’s cultural sector is in a building boom. A recent SAMAG panel, however, discussed the realities of mounting a redevelopment, asking how important are costly consultants, the need for Master planning and post-build sustainability?
Changes to the sector, coupled with funding strictures and the need to avoid duplicating services, have led to the Performing Arts Touring Alliance winding up.
2018 Ruby Award winners celebrate, Disability Internships announced across key NSW creative institutions, Carclew awards over $200,000 in arts funding, and many more.
Following budget cuts of $4.9 million to the arts earlier in the year, the Marshall Government has softened the blow in order to better support the state’s early career artists.
Winners of 2018 Mark and Evette Moran NIB Literary Award, accolades to Newcastle Art Gallery, Linden Postcard and Archibald People's Choice Winner, plus more.
A panel of experts offers five lessons in leveraging your networks and finding alternative funding streams in order to grow sustainability in regional arts.
Instead of taking the opportunity to make our funding frameworks fit-for-purpose, we're being asked to finesse an inherently flawed system that does more harm than good.
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2018 NSW Visual Art Emerging Fellowship awarded; five Brisbane filmmakers share $50,000 in funding; finalists for the National Photographic Portrait Prize 2019 revealed and more.
Social media attack or real concerns? ArtsHub examines this week’s news of BOAA’s alleged financial mismanagement, which has resulted in delayed artist payments.
Create NSW Fellowship recipients announced, recipients of Sandra Bates Director’s Award revealed, Jacaranda Acquisitive Drawing Award, and more.
The arts in Australia are at risk of being cast adrift from culture and the diverse social and artistic values and visions that comprise it.
Theatre-maker Jim Lawson calls on the Board of Regional Arts Australia to be ambitious in seeking a significant increase in funding, not just a return to previous funding levels.
Winner of the 2018 Black Swan Prize announced, $150,000 Doug Moran Prize awarded, and many more.
Perth protest over arts vandalism, Air Mofo launched, launch of an economic sustainability tookit, 2019 season announcements, and more.
Winner of Sculpture by the Sea Announced; finalists for art award tidal.18 revealed, $50,000 Evelyn Chapman Award winner announced, and more.
Important questions about ambition and fairness are being asked as part of the review of the Major Performing Arts Framework. It's vital that all artists and arts workers have their say.
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