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Former Asialink director, Alison Carroll, walks us through Asian art in a new series screened on ABC1 that targets schools.
Over 1000 children will experience a contemporary Japanese art project this month with Art Waku Waku.
NAIDOC week is officially next week but the range of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander events lasts through July.
$240,000 of Federal Government funding will ensure that Indigenous artists across Australia will have legal advice and support.
A special bursary scheme for students affected by the fire has been established as offers of support for the GSA roll in globally.
A collaborative arts marketing initiative in Melbourne’s western suburbs is already kicking goals after less than 18 months.
The Adelaide-based company will tour three productions for audiences aged four to eight nationally in 2015-17.
Inform, Inspire, Innovate: That’s the brief for the inaugural ArtsHub industry conference.
The City of Sydney launched its Draft Cultural Policy this week with a vision to be recognised internationally as a creative city.
Sensorium Theatre has received $202,000 funding for multi-sensory arts projects created for young people with special needs.
Crowdfunding goes offline and gets a 'perfect' match in a new funding program for not-for-profit arts organisations.
The Emerging Leaders Development Program hopes to slow the turnover in arts management positions.
With promises of greater sustainability and less red tape, things are looking up under the Arts and Cultural Development Program.
The new Premier of NSW, Mike Baird, has announced a Cabinet reshuffle, and the Arts Ministry was among the changes.
St Martins Youth Arts Centre has ended their nationwide search for an artistic director by plucking a director from the Malthouse.
State Government cuts are forcing Queensland’s peak body for the youth arts sector to permanently close its doors.
Launceston is host to this year’s professional networking gig, with a particular focus on looking beyond the Museum.
A new entrepreneurial leadership course will give participants the opportunity to pitch ideas into an arts festival.
Recent creative graduates are proving the benefit of focusing on creativity when it comes to charity.
First tertiary music program of its kind in Australia has been developed by the University of Sydney
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