Urban, regional, rural and remote
Creativity connects us, especially in times of uncertainty and emergency. And as the impact of Australia’s bushfire crisis continues, arts and creativity will be crucial to the recovery of our communities.
The Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG) Senior Officials Meeting was officially opened this morning with the reaffirmation by the MSG Members on having the strengthened collaboration and renewed commitment as the foundation to advance the interests and enable comprehensive development of Melanesian sub-region and Pacific region in entirety.
Follow-up of the cultural areas' annual contribution 2010–2018
A thriving arts scene can help sustain the country’s most remote communities, according to the findings of a three-year study by the Queensland Conservatorium Research Centre (QCRC).
Regional Australians will enjoy greater access to exhibitions and experiences such as dance, drama and First Nations art, thanks to $1.1 million delivered through the Australian Government 's Regional Arts Fund.
This first-ever analysis of the Arts Endowment’s Folk & Traditional Arts awards portfolio explores the program’s geographic reach, its capacity to address historically underserved populations, and the activities and achievements of its grantees and partners.