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Placemaking gets a boost in South Australia

A new fund aims to support arts organisations to build a better culture of placemaking in Port Adelaide Enfield.

L-R: Fashion designer Irene Robinson, CIAF Artistic Director Francoise Lane, and CIAF curatorial associate Teho Ropeyarn celebrate the program launch of CIAF's 15th anniversary season. Assorted artworks by the artists from Wik & Kugu Art Centre. Photo: Supplied. Robinson is a woman with short grey hair wearing a black dress with a large necklace that has pompoms attached to it. Lane is a woman with curly grey hair, a warm smile, holding a carved crocodile artwork. Ropeyarn is a man with dark brown hair and a trimmed beard, kneeling beside two more wooden carved artworks, including another crocodile and a dog. The three of them are posed in a light-filled, outdoor space.
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Country Speaking at Indigenous art fair's 15th anniversary

The Cairns Indigenous Art Fair heralds its 15th year with anniversary celebrations unveiled.

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On the move: latest arts sector appointments

An abrupt departure at Museums Victoria, a new AD at Barking Gecko, and more.

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Freelance creatives struggling in cost of living crisis

Australian creative freelancers are doing it tough, with many reporting a decline in revenue.

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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.

Rikki Milera-Wilson and Amber Ahang. Photo: James Cubillo. Two dancers rehearsing inside a light filled room.
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Opportunities and awards

Art award for youths, major commission opportunities, plus winners of WA Multicultural Awards and nominees of 2024 Queensland Music Awards.

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Soundcheck report tabled … and serious work is required for survival

Creative Australia has released its Soundcheck report into Australia’s music festival sector. ArtsHub takes a look at the findings.

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Emerging Indigenous cultural workers head abroad

Six Indigenous cultural workers are embarking on a once-in-a-lifetime Fellowship abroad. Who are they?

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On the move: latest arts sector appointments

STC AD to step down and more news about arts sector roles from around the country.

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David Walsh pulls the plug on summer festival Mona Foma

The festival’s most recent edition was ‘a poorly attended artistic triumph,’ according to Mona owner and founder David Walsh.

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