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With One Voice choir members at the National Folk Festival 2023. Photo: With One Voice Australia. A group of choir members with diverse skin tones sitting and standing outside in front of a festival scenery with trees. A person is playing a guitar and another is conducting.

Community choir battling loneliness and isolation

People from all walks of life are encouraged to participate in local choirs to find their creative voice and improve…

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How do you know when it’s time to move on?

A recent Disability Arts Residency gave AAV's CEO the reassurance that the sector will be in good hands when she…


On the move: latest arts sector appointments

New appointments at the MSO, South Australian Museum, ADT and more.

arts strategy. Bare-chested dancer leans to the right with his right arm up and out from his body. Behind him there is a distinct two halves to the backdrop, pitch black on the left and an outback sunset scene on the right.

New NT arts strategy seeks sector consultation

The development of a 10-year Northern Territory Arts Strategy will inform future government investment in the arts.

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This week's arts news and trending topics

We break it - you read it. This week's top Arts news stories.

Alana Hunt, 'Cups of nun chai’, 2010-20 which explores the ongoing territorial conflict in Kashmir. Photo: Courtesy of the Artist. A hand flicking a newspaper.

The controversies of ‘political art' exploring war and violence

Examining the relationship between politics and the arts, and whether Australians are sensitive towards topics of war or violence.

‘The Renewal: A Village Dreams’. Photo: Courtesy of Woodford Folk Festival and Lachlan Douglas. A group of performers wearing white cluster around a woven dome, holding poles of light above them.

Woodford's renewed approach to ritual

Woodford Folk Festival’s closing ceremony returned to its ritual roots – but this time, without the use of fire.

AACHWA’s Our Business: Aboriginal Art Centre Forum, Jambinu (Geraldton), 2022. Photo: Dragonfly Media. A figure with their back turned to the viewer, wearing an orange shirt with the words ‘PROMOTE EMPOWER CONNECT’.

Art centres go above and beyond

The cross-sector benefits of community-controlled art centres.

Nadiah NfuZion, Dance Summer Camp 2017, Portugal. Photo: David Velez Photography. A large crowd of people gathering in front of an outdoor stage for an energetic dance class.

Bridging the diversity gap through art

A showcase of creatives who use their respective arts practices to enrich, uplift and educate.

Aerialist Lauren Watson in a scene from 'NERVE'. Photo: Cinnamon Smith. A performer with her leg and arms raised, balancing on her sitting bones. The background is pitch black with soft lights illuminating her body.

A matter of perception 

Disabled entrepreneurs who choose the arts to engage with their audiences.

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