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How stories shape the world (and how to get better at telling them)

Storytelling, and helping other people hone their storytelling skills, are enormously important for Joe Hepworth, NIDA’s new Head of Writing…


A reckoning with Australia’s colonial past

The latest edition of Grififth Review 76: Acts of Reckoning has been curated by the journal’s first contributing editor, Teela…


Stay in the Huon Valley and create your own story

A week or two’s retreat at a quiet, historic hotel by the sea can revitalise your writing.


Iconic literary festival renowned for relaxed, coastal vibe returns

The Byron Writers Festival returns with the theme of 'Radical Hope'.


The literary festival that connects storytelling with place

The Northern Territory Writers Festival returns to Larrakia Country for four days of stories and culture.

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Making the funding ask more human (and successful)

When things feel bleak, The Australian Cultural Fund is hitting opportunities out of the ballpark to fund artists’ projects.


Gallery carving space for Australia’s diverse young writers

The National Gallery of Australia’s digital mentorship program is helmed by those wanting to change the landscape for underrepresented arts…

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Jumping, pivoting and thinking outside the box: growing great writers

NIDA’s Master of Fine Arts (Writing for Performance) offers writers with a passion for expression the tools to fine-tune their…

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Philanthropy awards celebrate risk and spirit of sharing

The winners of the 2021 Creative Partnerships Awards have been announced, featuring recipients who re-define what giving means.


Make your mark in 2022 as an Artistic Associate

Expressions of interest now open for Artistic Associates at the Powerhouse.

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