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Now in its fourth year, Wonderland Festival at Brisbane Powerhouse is focused on giving up-and-coming artists an opportunity to showcase their work, and audiences an informal and exuberant experience.
Witness great writers and thinkers such as Helen Garner, Kerry O’Brien, Clementine Ford and the Hon. Bob Carr unpack the truth and "get real" with a range of intriguing topics.
From professional development and residency programs to producing artist developments On Country, BlakDance has had a busy 2018 and shows no sign of slowing down next year.
Yirra Yaakin is not only producing important and powerful work: the West Australian company is also nurturing the next generation of Aboriginal theatre-makers.
Feedback is being sought from the arts community about whether a National Indigenous Arts and Cultural Authority should be established and what it might look like.
Characterised by a vivid and colourful palette and semi-abstract and abstract lines, shapes and forms, the artists of Mornington Island are making strong contemporary artworks honouring their connections to Country.
NAISDA Dance College and Carriageworks present StoryPlace.
Australia’s premier Awards for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art, Telstra NATSIAA are extending a greater national reach for the 36th edition in 2019.
Approaching its 10th birthday, the Indigenous Art Code is striving harder than ever to protect the rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists.
Working with 8000 artists across 16 language groups in Central Australia requires strategy and sensitivity.
We don’t just take images, we make images – and in doing so impact history. David Goldblatt did so for seven decades, and you can too at the MCA’s drop-in Photographer’s Studio.
From trusting your instincts to remaining flexible — here’s advice on making good creative choices and bouncing back from mistakes
Having authenticity and a solid idea is the ideal starting point for a good grant application.
The Green Room at Darwin Airport gives newcomers a taste of Top End arts and culture, and provides locals with a vibrant new entertainment venue.
Creatives looking to launch a business can now attend a bootcamp specifically geared to their needs as part of a new partnership program.
Playwright and NIDA graduate Gretel Vella discusses the reality of life behind the keyboard, and the differences between writing for theatre and television.
Pacific communities show us how to advocate against climate change in the Oceania Rising project, presented across three Sydney institutions.
Returning to Adelaide in October, and with over 200 artists attending, the TARNANTHI Art Fair is wonderful way to meet artists from remote Australia.
For regional creatives looking to hone their practice, CQUniversity Australia offers a number of flexible study options designed to embed students in the arts industry.
HOME celebrates artists from a refugee background and aims to provide them with professional development opportunities in the creative sector.
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