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As the changes brought by COVID fade, an upcoming conference aims to ensure we keep the best of the disruption by centring disability.
Rather than reducing its cultural footprint, Moreton Bay Region has invested in and expanded its cultural activities in sync with a shifting demographic and tourism demands.
Embracing Aboriginal wisdom, culture and history, so we can call all work towards a shared future as custodians of this place we call home – Australia.
Following a year of COVID isolation, an engaging exhibition from the National Portrait Gallery showcases intimacy, love and connection.
Two new collection displays herald significant changes for the National Gallery of Australia while tapping into the gallery’s collecting DNA ahead of its 40th anniversary.
The New Works program at Canberra Theatre Centre is offering free access to the Courtyard Studio for either a week’s development, or a month’s rehearsal culminating in a full production.
NFSA celebrates the 60-year career of the prolific Indigenous photojournalist Mervyn Bishop with an exhibition in Canberra only until August.
COVID-19 venue closures in the performing arts could have left some artists out in the cold. But award-winning Canberran playwright Dylan Van Den Berg was lucky enough to receive support just when his career needed it most.
A considered approach to developing artists’ careers over many years is a cornerstone of practice at The Street Theatre.
A new festival deserves a new approach to the way artists share and discuss the ideas that inform their work.
In our latest podcast we talk with Associate Professor Rick Chew about the evolution of arts education and how performing in an empty theatre got him through lockdown.
A first year course that brings together performing and visual arts students is the ideal start to an arts education and it is just one of the ways Arts Academy does things a little bit differently.
After a challenging year, Kalgoorlie’s Goldfields Arts Centre is facing a resurgence of interest, but it is a spike that builds on solid ground.
Across the Northern Territory, Artback NT is connecting audiences to artists, and artists to the rest of Australia.
Working with park rangers, map curators, national archives and a leading design organisation, this unique residency is calling for artists.
A new festival in Ali Curung offers great opportunities to see inside Arlpwe Art and Culture Centre including meeting artists and getting involved yourself. ARTALI will feature Aboriginal arts, crafts, dance, and creative workshops.
A new web portal has been designed to showcase cultural opportunities in regional NSW and offer local knowledge to city folk looking for road trip inspiration as we emerge from COVID.
King is one of many ACMI X residents, using the coworking space to foster creative process and open up new collaboration opportunities.
An art award from one of Western Australia’s remotest towns is also one of the most accessible opportunities for artists around the country.
With an eye on conservation, a new art prize in Western Australia radically reframes botanic art through a contemporary lens. Entries are now open.
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