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Emerging First Nations musicians, new Australian works by younger artists, regional artists and literature projects are among the recipients of the latest round of arts projects grants supported by the Australia Council. The investment will support 256 creative projects and cultural activities for artists and organisations creating benefits for all audiences across Australia.
The Tasmanian Government is a strong supporter of our cultural and creative industries that support thousands of jobs across the State and add millions to our economy.
Towards Equity: A research overview of diversity in Australia’s arts and cultural sector brings together published and unpublished data and research on representation within the arts and cultural sector in Australia.
Could COVID-19 open up the possibility of a truly national approach to the arts? Although the pandemic has impacted artists and audiences, there are some who argue that now is the time to re-think arts policy. For A New Approach CEO Kate Fielding it seems like the ideal time to start a bigger cultural conversation.
This paper uses the successful COVID-19 health messaging in an Indigenous language as a lever to explore the ways in which communication rights for Indigenous people is more linguistically and culturally accessible. The Northern Territory is the most linguistically rich state or territory in Australia, with 70% of Aboriginal residents speaking an Aboriginal language.
Arts Access Australia is developing a national, self-regulatory and voluntary Code of Conduct for disability inclusivity, accessibility and equity for the Australian arts sector.