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The Arts Law Centre of Australia has made a difference for 30 years. It has celebrated that history this week.
Four Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists have been chosen to develop their work in the United Kingdom.
Members of Melbourne's artistic and Indigenous communities heard an inspiring speech from QTC's Artistic Director at the announcement of the British Council's ACCELERATE program.
Melbourne Music Expo, headlined by Ash Grunwald, has received a grant to maximise the event’s tourism potential.
The gallery declares Rob McHaffie's 'bright and whimsical work' as winner of its 2014 art prize.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics cuts research and reporting on the arts in a call to tighten its belt.
Over 10 specialty visual arts conferences are slated between September and December, so now’s the time to book and change your future!
Australia's leading lights in contemporary art music, jazz and experimental music are celebrated in a glittering awards ceremony.
In a climate of heavy budget cuts, the government has announced plans to boost funding to indigenous arts, language and culture.
A mobile app will take users on an immersive journey into one of Sydney’s greatest social disasters of the 20th century.
Marking the 30th year of the prize, Tate Britain has announced four emerging artists whose work demonstrates undeniable prowess.
Two more influential figures are announced as the latest additions to Sydney Theatre Company’s board of directors.
A live performance industry veteran has become the first recipient of a new, national award.
A Melbourne-based musician is keeping the tunes of his native culture alive, with a Western twist.
Provocative topics, leading policy-makers, marketing experts and pragmatic examples are now scheduled for the ArtsHub Conference.
The Packer Family Foundation and Crown Resorts Foundation have jointly announced a new National Philanthropic Fund.
Five communities are working on artistic projects as part of a Regional Arts Victoria initiative.
A $180,000 Artists-in-Schools program will fund artists to return to their old school as mentors in their art form.
Absconding without paying artists for work sold is not only a serious breach of trust but also criminal.
Various arts projects in the southern state will receive funding by the Australian Government.
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