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Approaching its 10th birthday, the Indigenous Art Code is striving harder than ever to protect the rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists.
We don’t just take images, we make images – and in doing so impact history. David Goldblatt did so for seven decades, and you can too at the MCA’s drop-in Photographer’s Studio.
From trusting your instincts to remaining flexible — here’s advice on making good creative choices and bouncing back from mistakes
Having authenticity and a solid idea is the ideal starting point for a good grant application.
The Green Room at Darwin Airport gives newcomers a taste of Top End arts and culture, and provides locals with a vibrant new entertainment venue.
Creatives looking to launch a business can now attend a bootcamp specifically geared to their needs as part of a new partnership program.
Playwright and NIDA graduate Gretel Vella discusses the reality of life behind the keyboard, and the differences between writing for theatre and television.
Pacific communities show us how to advocate against climate change in the Oceania Rising project, presented across three Sydney institutions.
Returning to Adelaide in October, and with over 200 artists attending, the TARNANTHI Art Fair is wonderful way to meet artists from remote Australia.
For regional creatives looking to hone their practice, CQUniversity Australia offers a number of flexible study options designed to embed students in the arts industry.
Respect for artists’ contribution to social cohesion, passionate volunteer-run festivals, and celebrations of viniculture and architecture have put the City of Greater Bendigo squarely on the cultural tourism map.
HOME celebrates artists from a refugee background and aims to provide them with professional development opportunities in the creative sector.
Entering its 22nd year, the Japanese Film Festival has evolved to become Australia’s gateway to a world of cinema that depicts a very modern Japan.
Final Draft has set the standard in scriptwriting software for the last two decades. Now they’re looking beyond film and television with an update that can be used by writers across the board.
From contemporary dance to Chinese comedy, this year’s OzAsia Festival explores themes including post-colonialism and global inspiration across 18 days of adventurous programming.
The make-up industry is going through a revolution – and NIDA’s Diploma of Screen and Media (Specialist Make-up Services) is embracing this change, with the artistry of prosthetics and special effects taking centre stage.
A regional QLD city is turning heads on the film festival circuit, curating award-winning films from around the world, and championing the next generation of Australian filmmakers.
A common problem faced by creatives is whether their online message cuts through to the intended audience. We asked a writing professor for advice on dealing with this common conundrum.
By focusing on the ‘Brisbane’ in Brisbane Powerhouse, the unique arts centre has smashed records in ticket sales, attendances and engagement with local creatives.
There are hundreds of Art Prizes and Awards in Australia, so knowing the one to choose is not easy when it comes to positioning your artwork. Get the advantage with this list.
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