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Platform Papers, Australia’s leading journal for the performing arts has defied two years of disruption - and an apparent hostility towards the arts - to launch a newly expanded series under a new editor, and a new annual volume of essays on how the arts can shape the nation’s future by bringing the creative imagination and economics together.
The $316.5m facility will be called “Ngurra”, which means “home”, “country”, or “place of belonging”.
There are about 7,000 recognised languages worldwide, but many of them could soon be lost forever. According to a study from Australia, about half of all languages
Young people will soon be accredited for the invaluable skills they learn while taking part in youth arts activities, thanks to a newly funded research project conducted by universities and the Australian Council for the Arts.
The Audience Data and Advocacy Tools are a new and interactive way to engage with the results of the 2019 National Arts Participation Survey, Creating Our Future.
The Victorian Government has announced an Australian-first COVID-19 Event Insurance product to give Victoria’s events industry the confidence to plan events in the new year.