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The arts news you may have missed this week

What's on, what's in the headlines, and the latest program releases – to put you ahead of the game this…

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National Cultural Policy due ‘by end of year,’ Burke says

Submissions for a new National Cultural Policy are now open. A series of town hall meetings will be held in…


Creative things to do this NAIDOC Week

With the theme Get Up! Stand Up! Show Up! we help you with a list of how to get involved…

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Escape winter’s chill for a cultural feast like no other

Darwin Festival’s 2022 program offers the perfect blend of artistic experiences, outdoor dining and balmy weather – perfect for those…


Opportunities and awards

National Arts and Disability Awards open for nominations, research fellowships on offer plus winners of 2022 Fifty Squared Art Prize…

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Joining the dots: What the Albanese Government should do next for the arts

Arts leaders Rhoda Roberts, Louise Bezzina, Lena Nahlous and Tea Uglow reflect on priority areas they'd like to see the…


On the move: Latest sector appointments

PICA Director leaving, changes at West Australian Ballet, new board members at Festival City Adelaide, and more.

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5 tips for pitching to the media

Rather than taking a blanket approach, making each of your pitches count results in a better chance at media coverage.

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Making the headlines across this week's arts news

What's on, what's in the headlines, and the latest program releases – to put you ahead of the game this…

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QLD and NSW budgets invest in the arts

Governments in two east coast states handed down their 2022-2023 budgets this week. What’s in them for the arts?

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