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The Canada Council and the Australia Council have asked IFACCA to develop a database of national and international organisations that support Indigenous arts activity. The database will be a resource for encouraging information sharing, cultural exchange and international touring of Indigenous arts. IFACCA has agreed to compile the database, but we need your help to get started. If you can help, please take a few minutes to answer the questions on the D'Art question and return to IFACCA by email or fax. If you know of someone else who can help, please forward this request on to them. The deadline for responses is 9 May 2005.
The Australian Government has announced it will fund the commissioning of a major permanent artwork by Australian Indigenous artists for the Paris-based Musee du quai Branly.
The Northern Territory Government has established an Indigenous arts reference group to advise it on how Indigenous artists can make the most of their talents.
Museums Australia has redrafted its 1993 policy document regarding indigenous cultural heritage to reflect changes in areas like technology and reconciliation over the past ten years.
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts Board of the Australia Council is set to host the second Honouring Words: International Indigenous Authors Celebration Tour starting July 30.
The Australia Council's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts Board (ATSIAB) has a new look.