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Want to increase arts sponsorships, donations? Gold Book shows how it’s done.
Country Arts WA’s Regional Arts Development Panel recently approved $99,060 to be injected into annual arts programs in regional Western Australia in 2009.
Jewellery artist, Deb Pirard from Mt Isa is a winner in the 2008 Memento Australia Awards.
The Australian Federal Government is pushing forward with a plan to
force Internet Service Providers [ISPs] to censor the Internet for all
The Asia Pacific Screen Awards has been announced as the winner of the Export Category of Australia's National Multicultural Marketing Awards.
State Theatre Company of South Australia Chair John Irving on behalf of the Board of Governors today announced the appointment of Pamela Foulkes as the new Chief Executive Officer of State Theatre Company of South Australia. Pamela will commence her role on 12 January 2009............
After seven years as the Executive Officer of Arts OutWest, the regional arts board of central west NSW, Hannah Semler hangs up her hat this Friday 14th November.
Media art has proliferated and blossomed in Australia, with a spectacular survey of playful and political, intellectually and visually engaging media works currently being exhibited at the Premier's National New Media Art Award at the Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA) in Brisbane.
The Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) supports the professional development and employment of arts and cultural workers in regional Queensland.
Manning Clark House is offering two national awards for outstanding contributions to the quality of Australian cultural life in 2008.
Original? Unique? Innovative? Entrepreneurial? Going to take the world by storm with just one little idea? - triple j and Catapult want to talk to you.
Public art workshops aimed at artists and professionals interested in the public art field kick off in Alice Springs this Wednesday, 12 November, with subsequent workshops planned for this Friday, 14 November in Darwin and next Monday, 17 November in Katherine.
The Board of ANAM takes this opportunity to reply and clarify the matters of corporate governance in relation to the recent Federal Government’s decision to axe present funding.
Emerging Australian Artists have less than four weeks to enter one of Australia’s most exciting art competitions - the Wilson National Art Prize.
When International Day of People with a Disability is celebrated around the world on December 3, Central West professional and community artists will be involved.
Australian Social Entrepreneur of the Year 2006, Tania de Jong AM, and the Kew Community Choir will lead a circle of more than 200 business and community leaders in song.
In its third year, the annual Riverbeats event is an elaborate, city-wide showcase of artistic excellence.
Peter Alwast 32, was awarded the $75,000 premier's National New Media Art Award.
Is feminism still relevant? I ask Nadja Kostich, director of the upcoming Women's Circus show, Here: Where We've Always Been. "Of course," she replies. "It's not over. As the 1891 Monster Petition stated: 'All adult persons should have a voice'. Not half the population -- all. We're not there globally yet. It's our responsibility to keep vigilant on behalf of women who are not able to do s
They say there’s no such thing as a free lunch. For playwrights, particularly in a small market like Australia, there’s often no lunch at all – hence the phrase ‘starving writers.’
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