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An open letter from the ACT Writers Centre is one of several literary voices raising concerns about the lack of diversity in this year’s Canberra Writers Festival program.
Playwright Fleur Kilpatrick reflects on the spirit of art-making and offers a series of prompts to get your creative juices flowing again.
Writing about your art online is very different to catalogue copy. In this video we look at writing for an audience plus writing your own bio, blurbs and for social media.
One of NIDA’s latest projects invites actors, playwrights, and members of the public to share their love of the theatre through an innovative, character-based project.
New CEO for Arts Access Australia, Arts Projects Australia appoints co-director, new staff join Regional Arts Victoria to support creative recovery in bushfire-affected areas, and more.
Applying for grants can be as complicated as the project, but Kate Larsen has some proven advice on making your application hit the mark.
The second lockdown may have dampened the spirits of our Melbourne office, but it has had quite the opposite effect on our enthusiasm for film and TV.
The Australia Council, MusicNT and music industry bodies will share the Federal funding, consisting of $500,000 annually over four years.
From roadies and sound techs to band bookers and festival food truck owners, the Australian Live Music Business Council aims to support the 65,000 people working behind the scenes in the live music supply chain.
ABC funding cuts undervalue both the arts and contemporary stories in our multicultural Australia, argues Vyshnavee Wijekumar.
Largest Tiwi exhibition ever; landmark public sculpture for Sydney; Melbourne in lockdown; Palace Letters released; Darwin Festival homegrown program, and more artist opportunities and news.
Artists have a unique connection to spirituality though they are wary about talking about it, according to Dr Jackie Bailey.
With several preliminary results in from COVID-19 sector surveys, we sit them side by side to paint a picture – and it’s not so pretty.
Natalie Erika James' directorial debut will resonate with anyone who’s witnessed human frailty at confrontingly close quarters.
An interview with the Perth-based creator, producer and director of NITV's gorgeous documentary series 'Family Rules', now in its third season.
The WA Chamber of Arts and Culture has responded to the WA Government’s Recovery Planning Framework with its own Plan for Recovery, while Regional Arts WA launched its Regional Arts Resilience Grants program this week.
Making use of the grammar of lockdown-filmed-at-home comedy, this ABC ensemble show feels funny and familiar, writes Anthony Morris.
'Something is dangerously askew in the way that we are talking about race in the arts in this country, and we feel that it is time we spoke up,’ write Warwick Thornton, Tony Ayres, Rachel Perkins and others.
Greening Australia's screen industry is the goal for our best-known Impact Producer, the most recent recipient of the Natalie Miller Fellowship.
A small documentary festival in Castlemaine, pioneers in WA Rev it up, and six strangers on Zoom across Australia launch different ways of engaging audiences.
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