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We speak to two soon-to-be graduates who studied a Masters in Cultural Leadership at NIDA to find out what it takes.
From its home on the Illawarra coast, Merrigong Theatre Company is telling new Australian stories for a national audience.
We speak to several arts workers who made the move about what it is like to relocate for work.
Bundanon Trust is now calling for applications for their 2019 Artist-in-Residence program.
Cairns Indigenous Art Fair plays a major role in growing opportunities for the state’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists and introducing their work to the wider community.
Emerging contemporary artists in south-east Queensland can have their work exhibited and possibly acquired for the Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery – Toowoomba City Collection and a further touring exhibition in 2019 as part of the 2018 Toowoomba Biennial Emerging Artist Award & Exhibition.
A place of empathy and inspiration, Wangaratta Art Gallery brings more than just contemporary art to its local residents: it’s an important educational space within the regional community.
Dance workshops inspired by European settlement, an art trail along the Great Alpine Road and hot glue gun workshops for kids are part of an arts extravaganza in Victoria’s Gippsland region in May.
Living outside the major capitals doesn’t mean being deprived of sophisticated contemporary art experiences, as the programming at Murray Art Museum Albury demonstrates.
Australia’s first non-university visual arts doctorate is now calling for applications, recognising professional artists by focusing on practice-led, studio-based research.
The 2018 Geelong After Dark probes the theme of Earth, bringing together a diverse group of artists.
How collective is the idea of fantasy? It’s a question asked by artist David Capra in a new group exhibition at the Campbelltown Art Centre.
We talk to four speakers presenting at this year’s Creative State Summit about the role creativity can play in the new world order, and the key trends creatives should be thinking about for the future.
Australian visual artists may be entitled to a share of $1 million in royalty fees now available through the Copyright Agency.
The biennial Shirley Hannan National Portrait Award is now calling for entries.
Fighting off nerves is something you learn through practice.
Brisbane City Council has produced a showcase of contemporary Australian art in Brisbane’s City Botanic Gardens, as part of the Commonwealth Games Event City Festival 2018 celebrations.
A Melbourne City Council is offering an ‘open-door’ policy for its $400,000-plus arts and culture grants, encouraging applications from established arts organisations and emerging artists.
Through a groundbreaking exhibition, The Lock-Up is helping change the way lawyers and the public understand the victim’s experience of injustice.
A free exhibition delivered by Perth Uniting Church invites 15 WA-based artists to reflect on the 15 Stations of the Cross – with inspiring results.
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