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A gathering to celebrate Haiku poetry took place in Queensland on June 6, further cementing cultural relations between that state and Japan.
One of the most culturally significant collections of Torres Strait Islander artefacts has returned to Australia for the first time in more than 100 years, providing 'an exceptional record of the knowledge and traditions of the region's social and cultural history', Queensland Minister for the Arts Matt Foley, noted in a media release.
The Northern Territory Tourist Commission (NTTC) is seeking submissions towards the development of a new five-year strategic plan for tourism.
No, it's not some weird conspiracy by rock fans to silence classical musicians, but, as part of a new sponsorship deal, Australia's award-winning Tank Stream Quartet will play classical music 450 metres underground.
State and territory arts training boards across Australia have had their budgets cut by 40% in the 2002/2003 Federal Budget, leading to some being forced to close up shop and others wondering how they will continue to provide services.