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Parrtjima 2023. Photo: Lisa Hatz. People gathering at the Parrtjima festival with kids and an adult at the centre of a vibrnat light project, surrounded by trees and the natural landscape.
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Parrtjima 2024 builds on generosity and embraces new chapter

Apart from signature light installations and curated artworks, Parrtjima will drive its future with a sense of interconnected and cultural…

Head of a black taxidermy dog. Archie Moore. Samstag scholarship
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Study abroad, fully paid? Samstag Scholarships are open

Awarding multiple scholarships each year, Samstag offers a life-changing opportunity to deepen your arts practice through study aboard.

Members of First Nations music duo, Gina Williams (left) and Guy Ghouse (right). Williams is a woman with long brown and blonde hair, light brown skin, a big smile and wearing a red dress with the same coloured scarf. Ghouse is a tall man with light brown skin, wearing a newsboy hat and holding a black electronic guitar, wearing a black shirt and smiling.
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A tremendous opportunity to showcase WA talents to the world

Perth will be hosting the 2024 International Society for the Performing Arts mid-year Congress, with performance showcases for delegates and…

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Get ready for the next decade of arts and culture in WA

WA’s 10 Year Vision planned to be unveiled in 2024, while new $80,000 grant opportunities and a major build are…

Greek-Australian poet and spoken word performer Luka Lesson gestures with his right hand while holding a book in his left.
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Reincarnated lovers riot on the streets of Athens in unique cross-cultural performance

Hip-hop and spoken word meet ancient Greek philosophy and art music in a cross-cultural production about the enduring nature of…

KAPP judges feedback sessions. Photo: Travis Hayto. People sitting in a room with a man standing at the podium pointing to a painting next to him. The room is filled with other artworks, mostly landscape.
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Kimberley welcomes nationwide perspectives

Artists and photographers from all around Australia are invited to enter the Kimberley Art and Photographic Prize, featuring a diverse…

Amelia Lynch, ‘Marramarra’, 2023, glazed ceramic (Finalist 2023). Image is a multicoloured curiously shaped piece of small sculpture. Climate Change, Trent Jansen
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From the symbolic to the practical: ways to consider climate change

With entries open in March, the Northern Beaches Environmental Art and Design Prize 2024 seeks works that reflect a sustainability…

NETS. Image is a display of First Nations artworks and artefacts in a black walled gallery.
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These are the stories that stay with you

Life-affirming and transformative, the exhibitions supported by NETS Victoria’s touring program are having a powerful effect on viewers.

Adelaide Festival. Two First Nations performers at dusk on a beach next to the sea gesticulate, one with her arm and the other with two large boomerangs.
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Why Adelaide Festival is committed to amplifying First Nations voices

Adelaide Festival Artistic Director Ruth Mackenzie speaks to the centrality of First Nations stories in the cultural landscape.

‘FANGIRLS Residency and Response’. Photo: Herman Vewey. Stage dance performance with red lights and a dark background. Five dancers are doing energetic moves with their bodies on stage.
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Australian-UK collaborations driving artistic exchange and innovation

The British Council’s Connections Through Culture Grant Programme 2023 will see four new projects take shape at the forefront of…

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