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A person in shorts and boots has one knee raised in the air while dancing with their head thrown back against a blue background. The word MY can be seen in green neon behind them.
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Listening to the desert speak and answering with art, song, music and culture

September is the ideal time for cultural tourists to visit Central Australia, thanks to the annual Desert Festival and Desert…

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Think planning, Think strategy, Think Digital

A new service offered by Creative Australia offers small and medium arts organisations digital appraisal and development.

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Life’s too short not to be creative – so take a course

Take the next step, and give your creative passion more time with a short course at TAFE SA.

Ngaanyatjarra Land, artists from L-R: Nyungawarra Ward, Dorcas Tinamayi Bennett, Cynthia Burke, Delilah Shepherd and Nancy Nyanyarna Jackson. Photo: Jason Thomas. Image: Courtesy of Warakurna Artists. Five large-scale paintings held up by artists in the Australian desert landscape with a blue skyline in the background.
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Aboriginal art fair rides the wave of global ambition

ArtsHub speaks with Shilo McNamee of Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair on future ambitions and the highlights of this year’s flagship…

2023 AFTRS Master of Arts Screen: Producing graduates, L-R: Neisha Dallamora and Denis Curnow. Photo: Flore Vallery-Radot. A black and white photo of Neisha and Denis on set, posing at the camera while holding walkie talkies.
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Considering postgrad? It’s about the people you meet

2023 AFTRS Master of Arts Screen: Producing graduate Denis Curnow shares how meeting like-minded people propelled his passion and career…

Canberra Museum and Gallery. A group of metal cylinders in shades of bronze and blue patina are grouped against a white brick wall. The one on the far left is bubbly at the top as if it has been underwater or in an acid bath.
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The slippery nexus between sculpture and design and the agency of materials

Canberra Museum and Gallery has a new exhibition: Materiality… but not as we know it.

in a gallery, huge mural of a colourful flying bird with big black tipped wings.
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Creating knowledge and entertaining visitors for 170 years

This year, Museums Victoria celebrates its 170th anniversary, with plenty to offer visitors of all ages and interests.

Michael Bakrnčev (left). Photo: Julian Dolman. Peggy Polias (right). Photo: Supplied. The photos have been edited to feature portraits of two people against a pink background. Michael is a man with cropped black hair, wearing rectangular glasses and a short beard. He is wearing a light blue shirt with a t-shirt underneath. Peggy is a woman with brown curly short hair, a small smile and pink lipstick. She is wearing a shirt with square patterns.
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Spotlighting Australian classical and art music composers in world premiere chamber music performance

Canberra Symphony Orchestra’s Australian Series celebrates our local talent, with the first concert in its 2024 program exploring joy, love,…

a black and white shot of three dancers (outside ones with shaved heads, middle with long hair and a fringe) in casual clothes standing in a row looking off to the right and with their left hands open next to their mouths as if they're shouting 'ahoy'.
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Taking the risk out of crowdfunding before the end of the financial year

The Australian Cultural Fund helps artists achieve their creative visions and encourages donors from all walks of life to support…

The full Sydney Symphony Orchestra in concert, as viewed from the dress circle of a concert hall.
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Transforming pain into passion: the inspiring power of great music

Sydney Symphony Orchestra’s May and June concerts feature an inspiring mix of works as well as fascinating fusions of classical…

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