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The next big names in Australian art have been discovered through the Wilson HTM National Art Prize – an emerging art prize established to acknowledge the difficulties faced by artists in terms of national and international recognition for achievement.
The Fruitmarket Gallery Exhibition Programme 2009–2010
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.
The University of Sydney’s University Art Gallery is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Ann Stephen to the position of Senior Curator, University Art Gallery and Art Collection.
Valerie Sparks, the recipient of the second $15,000 Rupert Bunny Fellowship from the City of Port Phillip, has now won a three month residency at Strafford in London from the Australia Council.
Over 400 of Sydney's arts, cultural, and music underground elite came together at the Sydney Opera House to celebrate FBi Radio and Time Out's inaugural SMAC AWARDS.
The Young Entrepreneurs Success program has been designed to provide a no nonsense guide to business growth and marketing for the creative industry sector.
Eight emerging innovative RMIT University artists have been awarded scholarships totalling $32,000 as part of the Siemens-RMIT Fine Art Award Scholarships program – now in its eighth year.
Judge Lynne Seear has selected Brisbane based artist Bruce Reynolds as the winner of the $10,000 Prize.
Eleven Australian designers are announced as winners in this year’s awards. Some of the winning entries include.
The Australian Federal Government is pushing forward with a plan to
force Internet Service Providers [ISPs] to censor the Internet for all
An independent review of the Australia Business Arts Foundation (AbaF) has found that the organisation is currently operating on an appropriate, effective and efficient basis, as well as delivering value for money on the Government’s investment.
The Asia Pacific Screen Awards has been announced as the winner of the Export Category of Australia's National Multicultural Marketing Awards.
The Connecting Up Conference is a gathering over two days to explore the realms of technology for application in the nonprofit or community sector.
Multicultural Arts Victoria last night was the winner of the 2008 National Multicultural Marketing Awards for their successful Mix It Up! partnership program with the Arts Centre.
Scott Trevelyan, master printmaker and visual arts facilitator is the recipient of the inaugural Accessible Arts Bundanon Residency for 2008.
Some of Melbourne’s most prestigious business addresses will be given an insight into Indigenous culture with a wandering exhibition of first Australian art visiting foyers throughout the city.
Mirka Mora will be formally acknowledged by Minister Lynne Kosky, Minister for the Arts, at an event to be held at Heide Museum of Modern Art on Monday 24 November 2008
Both state and federal governments are looking to the creative industries as major growth areas for regional economies.
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