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Two contemporary dancers make shapes with their bodies in a gallery setting.

New support for UK/Australian collaborations

The British Council has announced the opening of applications for its Connections Through Culture arts grants, supporting new cultural projects…

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Come in as a student leave as a professional

Studying for an MFA in Dramatic Writing offered opportunities not just for work, but also for life-long friends and collaborators.

Three women are out in a field. One is carrying another one on her shoulders. They are mid-dance. They are wearing flame-coloured clothing.

Art blooms in unexpected public places

Site-specific dance, public art and an artful flower festival will delight visitors and Canberrans alike, while also challenging preconceptions of…

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How 65,000 years of culture can inform contemporary questions of identity

Every year the Cairns Art Gallery hosts exhibitions of Indigenous artists to coincide with CIAF. In 2024, a diversity of…

Group of dancers on stage wearing white shirts and purple lighting. Creative Australia.

Why being a peer can help your career

Creative Australia is seeking applications for its next pool of peers – it’s a paid role and can strengthen your…

Two female-presenting individuals pose for the camera. They both have a colourful 1980s-inspired look, as does the background of the photo. One wears a pink rubber glove and holds a blue scrubbing brush up to her eat like a telephone. The other wears a single yellow rubber glove and wields a feather duster like a sword. They are The Ironing Maidens, who are performing at Riverfest X.

Celebrating 10 years of transporting and transformative art and music

Rockhampton River Festival is a stimulating celebration of music, arts and ideas on the banks of the Fitzroy River.

Two people are sitting facing the audience with their backs to the viewer. There is a table between them. They are in mid-conversation.

A literal smorgasbord of literary and culinary delights

This year’s Bendigo Writers Festival has a food theme that reflects its designation as a UNESECO Creative City and Region…

A man in black is in the centre of a room surrounded by people. He's standing by a painting. There are other paintings around the room.

An online hub for creatives that supports and promotes artists

.ART is the domain that brings artists together and connects them with a wide international audience.

Experience ‘Sunrise Journeys’ at Ayers Rock Resort, Uluṟu. Photo: Supplied. First break of dawn with Uluṟu in the background among the desert environment.

A sunrise like no other – wonders of Country shared through Indigenous agency

Aṉangu artists share their deep connection to Country in a bespoke sunrise experience designed to captivate and entrance in Uluṟu.

A black and white photograph of three members of the Deaf Indigenous Dance Group, all of whom stand with their backs to the camera. The photo is focused on a central figure who wears a grass skirt and holds clapping stocks behind his back. A figure in shorts stands to his left, and another figure in a loincloth stands to his right.

Deaf in dance: feeling the beat

‘Deaf in dance’, a free showcase featuring photos, artworks and stories from the Deaf Indigenous Dance Group (DIDG) is on…

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