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Last October the Rudd Government announced that it would adopt a scheme that would give Australian artists the right to a share of the spoils every time their work is resold.
The Cultural Ministers Council has published a step by step guide to assist agencies to assess the economic value, tourism impact and benefit of cultural tourism in their region.
The winners of the 2008 NSW Premier’s History Awards, the 2008 Indigenous History Fellowship and the 2008 NSW History Fellowship were announced by the Premier and Minister for the Arts, the Honourable Nathan Rees MP, on 27 October 2008.
This statistical snapshot brings together the latest data on Victoria's arts and cultural sector.
The tradition of canoe making in South-Eastern Australia has been revived in recent years in a number of communities in regional Victoria.
Victorian artists are increasingly in demand overseas, carving out a reputation for innovation, winning acclaim, and impressing audiences around the world with their high quality work and distinctive Australian voice.
Are you an artist interested in connecting the arts in Tasmania with the rest of the world?
You may recall the survey that some of you completed at the end of last year about your access to studio spaces (or the lack thereof), amenities and facilities that you would require in a work space, desirable location, etc...
One of the Art Gallery of South Australia’s most generous benefactors, Max Carter AO has this week donated a major painting by Australian artist Rupert Bunny, 'A summer morning', 1897, in an effort to encourage others to give during difficult economic times.
Josh likes to specialise in large Eastern Art influenced designs, particularly Buddhist and Japanese design work. Josh has been tattooing professionally since 1993 and since has worked in various places around Australia and the world including Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco (Mom's Body Shop), Portland Oregon (Atlas Gallery), Vancouver (Dutchman Tattoo) and Yokoha
Five new research priorities will strengthen the Australia Council’s role as a knowledge centre for the arts.
For the packers at the Art Gallery of NSW there are two kinds of Archibald entries: those stacked in piles facing the wall and those displayed prominently, facing out.
Djumbunji Press supports the professional development of artists working in printmaking and the production of their editions and welcomes Canopy Arts FNQ to Cairns.
A $17 million Creative Industries Innovation Centre will provide free hands-on assistance to small and medium businesses in the creative sector to boost their productivity and realise their potential for wealth and job creation.
Works by leading Queensland artists Vernon Ah Kee, Richard Bell, Dennis Nona and Judy Watson feature in a national Indigenous exhibition opening at the Gallery of Modern Art in Brisbane this week.
Victoria is rich with arts and culture. Public and private art galleries, performing arts centres and museums can be found in almost every large regional city or town in the state, giving residents and visitors to regional Victoria access to excellent art experiences that are generally only available in capital cities.
A record number of applicants competed for 40 Asialink residencies in the fields of Visual Arts, Arts Management, Performing Arts and Literature with eleven Australian artists undertaking visual arts residencies
Alcoa of Australia is giving away its $3 million corporate art collection to galleries and health care organizations across the country - the donations coming in the midst of the challenging economic climate when Australian communities need corporate support more than ever.
The contemporary art market, with its abiding reputation for foggy deals and puffy values, is a vulnerable organism, traditionally hit early and hard by economic malaise.
For Iraqis, the mere fact of the exhibition was a sign that Iraq’s artistic traditions might have not only survived years of war and chaos, but also emerged reinvigorated.
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