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These Australia Council grants provide support for the research and creative development of new dance works.
Most artists are better with ideas than insurance. Thank heavens for peak bodies to look after the nuts and bolts.
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Australia Council's New Work grants support one-off projects that create new theatre work. Creative development grants cover the stages of creating a new work, such as research, workshops or commissioning a writer.
Research is attempting to compare the mental health and wellbeing outcomes of arts participants and spectators with sports participants and spectators.
The best books of 2012 or something undemanding for the beach? Our guide to what to read these holidays.
It sounds tough, but with all the jobs being handed out during the holiday season, there could be no worse time for a job seeker to abandon the job seeking process in favour of a holiday.
Tertiary students are welcome to use the resources of the Penrith Regional Gallery for research, internships, volunteer work and as a stimulus to studies.
What does it take to win an ArtsHub Award? Our judging panel reveals how they picked this year's ArtsHub Critics' Choice Award winners.
How do we best utilise the capacity of the arts to engage young people and ensure they become decent and productive citizens?
On the eve of the inaugural Celebrity Studies Journal Conference, the convenor asks why we live with the constant beat of the celebrity metronome.
Using painting as a research tool has enabled a new understanding of creativity in cancer support, pharmacy and Aboriginal health.
When it comes to visual artists' rights, how does Australia compare with other countries?
It might take you a week to write a poem or a song. But three years? Five? Eight? That’s the kind of time it takes to write a novel.
What can the arts and cultural sector expect in the wake of the Federal Government’s ‘Australia in the Asian Century’ white paper?
Why are women arts administrators and dance teachers while men dominate theatres and senior management?
What art, plays or novels truly represent what it is to be Australian?
With TAFE cuts but a new national arts curriculum where is the coherence to create pathways from school to training to work in creative industries?
This Screen Australia program is focused on partnerships with higher education researchers in Linkage Projects supported by the Australian Research Council (ARC).
Jo Pollitt is a dancer, choreographer and writer whose practice is grounded in performance improvisation and creative arts research.
Radio National will no longer include radio plays or book readings but is the change a loss or an opportunity?
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