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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.
Supported by the Australia Council for the Arts, and managed by Artworkers Alliance - 'Eat Your Words' is a collaborative writing project that is designed to help foster the development of critical arts writing in Australia.
WAAPA lecturer wins national award for excellence in indigenous education On November 25 at a ceremony held at Parliament House in Canberra.
Monday 15 December: Following the recent announcement of Sex and the City's Darren Star featuring at the 2009 National Screenwriters Conference, the Australian Writers Guild is delighted to announce that David Weiss, one of Hollywood's hottest writers, will also be presenting at the conference.
Former Administrator of the Northern Territory Ted Egan AO will launch his book Due Inheritance.
The Young Entrepreneurs Success program has been designed to provide a no nonsense guide to business growth and marketing for the creative industry sector.
RIP Dorothy Porter.The Australian Society of Authors today expressed its sadness at the death of member Dorothy Porter, poet and author.
An opera singer by trade, (she has performed with the Victoria State Opera and as a soloist with a number of orchestras), the latest creative initiative Tania de Jong has just launched is something called Creativity Australia.
You don’t have to be rich, or dead, to donate to the arts.
Directing a festival is a glamorous, but difficult job – a performance in itself, walking the tightrope of audience, city, funders, sponsors, artists. Arts Hub speak to Fergus Linehan, director of the Sydney Festival on the eve of his final festival in Sydney. The annual summer festival has grown to be the most attended cultural event in the whole of Australia, with an audience of over one million
Screen Australia released its 2009 Development and Production Financing Programs, following three months of industry consultation.
From 25-27 February the Australian Writers’ Guild (AWG) will bring Sex and the City down under when its creator Darren Star heads a stellar line up of guest speakers at the 2009 National Screenwriters Conference.
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.
Tomasz Arkell and Nathalie Jones are the recipients of the Young Playwrights’ Award 2008.
The Australian Society of Authors (ASA) and the Australia Council for the Arts are pleased to announce a new partnership.
Territory Read celebrates the finest accomplishments in contemporary Northern Territory literature.
The Asia Pacific Screen Awards has been announced as the winner of the Export Category of Australia's National Multicultural Marketing Awards.
Australian copyright management company, Copyright Agency Limited (CAL) congratulates Don Watson, CAL member and winner of this year’s Walkley Award for Best Non-fiction Book for his work American Journeys (Random House/KNOPF).
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