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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…

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…

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.

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.

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.

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.

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…

Man and woman dancing on stage with soft lighting. Asia Pacific.

Creative Australia to present newly reimagined Asia Pacific Arts Awards

The Awards will recognise the remarkable work of artists and organisations in a celebration of community and culture.


Mapping uncharted waters: getting to grips with AI in the creative industries

Presented by AFTRS, the 2024 Digital Futures Summit: AI and the Creative Horizon is a free online forum exploring the…

Abstract image of various shapes and colours in a lump on a background that is purple at the bottom and yellow above. The most recognisable shape is a red hand in the middle of the clump.

Learning to play well: Sydney Opera House Play Award

With a prize worth $10,000, Sydney Opera House’s new Award is more than child’s play.

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