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$2.3 million in new arts grants for the Sydney region have been announced.
Arts Minister Peter Garrett is calling on musicians to apply for Contemporary Music Touring Program funding so they can take their music to the regions.
Premier and Minister for the Arts Anna Bligh has announced that 38 projects will receive a total of $812,435 in Queensland government funding to create arts and cultural experiences in music, dance, design, theatre and festivals.
Arts OutWest will hold another of their very popular grant writing workshops on Wednesday January 20 in Parkes.
Culture and the Arts Minister John Day announced today the State Government had endorsed a funding provision in its mid-year review to attract the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra (BPO) to Perth in late 2010.
The Australia Council for the Arts announces 53 grants to kick start the careers of
budding artists under the new ArtStart grant initiative.
Viscopy has been awarded a grant of $170,000 to deliver a copyright education program to Indigenous artists in Australia.
The migrant Welcome Walls at the Western Australian Museum - Maritime in Fremantle will be completed by the end of 2010.
ABC ARTS: Independent artists and arts companies across New South Wales say they are still waiting to find out what funding they will receive for 2010.
ARTDAILY.ORG: Italian tax police officers hold a Giuseppe De Nittis painting, one of the 19 masterpieces which was seized in Parma, Italy, Saturday, Dec. 5, 2009. Italian tax police have seized a secret attic and basement stash of Van Gogh, Picasso, Monet, Cezanne and other art works from the disgraced founder of Parmalat, the dairy company that collapsed a few years ago under billions of d
DEMOTIX: Sculptor Mark Coreth carved a life-size ice sculpture of a polar bear in Nytorv Square, Copenhagen 5th December today. People are able to reach out and touch the Ice Bear and over a few days, it will melt, leaving a bronze skeleton and a pool of water. It is part of the World Wildlife Fund Artic Tent on Nytorv Square for the United Nation Climate Change Conference 2009 (COP15)
Successful relationships between the arts, business and donors take the spotlight in The Gold Book 2009 published by the Australia Business Arts Foundation (AbaF).
With You Right By My Side, Baby the Deal Just Can’t Go Down is the debut album from Sydney's The Maladies.
Audiences from Mildura to Moorabbin are set to benefit from $335,305 in funding aimed at taking the arts out of the city and into suburbs and towns across Victoria.
Minister Assisting the Premier for the Arts, Virginia Judge, announced new funding of $237,000 to secure Sydney Theatre as Sydney Dance Company's performing home for the next three years.
THE AUSTRALIAN: A LITTLE-KNOWN loophole in the federal government's stimulus package is fuelling a pre-Christmas boom in new art sales, with cashed-up doctors and dentists leading the pursuit of generous tax breaks for paintings purchased for waiting-room walls.
Auditions. WHAT are they? WHY are they? Unlike any other profession, actors are asked to turn up, showcase their skills and strut their stuff. No matter how they may be feeling on that day, the audition or screen-test date is set, and, at the specific time allotted, it’s show time…
The homeless refuge 139 Club is to stage major art auction of art from the streets and renowned local artist. Brisbane homeless refuge, 139 Club is staging its first ever fund-raising art auction on Friday, 13 November featuring art works from around 60 homeless artists participating in the Centre’s new art program along with donated paintings from renowned local artist, Robert Teoh.
Arts Access Australia (AAA), the national organisation for arts and disability, have sponsored acclaimed UK gay artist with a disability Dr Ju Gosling to deliver a keynote address at the Super Human symposium (23 – 24 November 2009 Melbourne). Presented by the Australian Network for Art and Technology (ANAT), Super Human: Revolution of the Species is a suite of events addressing key issues faced
Animators were asked to put their thinking caps on for the superhero-themed session of Secret Handshake, a monthly animation competition that was sponsored by ArtsHub last month as part of the Melbourne Fringe Festival.
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