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Playing Australia to bring arts performances to audiences in 81 locations

Creative Australia will invest over $1.7 million in 10 performing arts tours, set to reach over 81 unique locations and cities nationwide.  

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Creative Australia Partnership Awards recognise leaders in philanthropy, business and the arts

Creative Australia has acknowledged the recipients of the 2024 Partnership Awards at a ceremony at State Library of New South Wales this evening.

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Major lift for circus and physical theatre as Creative Australia delivers targeted $2.25 million investment

Creative Australia will invest close to $2.25 million ($2,242,312) to support the growth and sustainability of the circus and physical theatre sector in Victoria.

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La Boite and Performing Lines join National Performing Partnership Arts Framework

Creative Australia will welcome two new entrants to the National Performing Arts Partnership Framework (NPAPF) from 2025 – 2028.

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Celebrating First Nations excellence at the First Nations Arts and Culture Awards 2024

Senior First Nations artists Uncle Badger Bates and Aunty Mabel Juli have both been awarded the prestigious Red Ochre Award for Lifetime Achievement at the 2024 First Nations Arts and Culture Awards.

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Vale Destiny Deacon

Creative Australia is saddened by the passing of KuKu, Erub and Mer artist, broadcaster, and political activist Destiny Deacon and recognises her profoundly important contribution to First Nations art

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First Nations Board: Expressions of Interest

The Minister for the Arts is encouraging expressions of interest from First Nations artists and arts workers to be considered for the First Nations-led Board at Creative Australia.

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Australian Performing Arts Market to be held in Western Australia

Creative Australia is pleased to announce the next three editions of the Australian Performing Arts Market (APAM) will be held in Western Australia.

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Playing Australia to bring arts performances to audiences in 81 locations

Creative Australia will invest over $1.7 million in 10 performing arts tours, set to reach over 81 unique locations and cities nationwide.  

Creative Australia Partnership Awards recognise leaders in philanthropy, business and the arts

Creative Australia has acknowledged the recipients of the 2024 Partnership Awards at a ceremony at State Library of New South Wales this evening.

Major lift for circus and physical theatre as Creative Australia delivers targeted $2.25 million investment

Creative Australia will invest close to $2.25 million ($2,242,312) to support the growth and sustainability of the circus and physical theatre sector in Victoria.

La Boite and Performing Lines join National Performing Partnership Arts Framework

Creative Australia will welcome two new entrants to the National Performing Arts Partnership Framework (NPAPF) from 2025 – 2028.

Celebrating First Nations excellence at the First Nations Arts and Culture Awards 2024

Senior First Nations artists Uncle Badger Bates and Aunty Mabel Juli have both been awarded the prestigious Red Ochre Award for Lifetime Achievement at the 2024 First Nations Arts and Culture Awards.

Vale Destiny Deacon

Creative Australia is saddened by the passing of KuKu, Erub and Mer artist, broadcaster, and political activist Destiny Deacon and recognises her profoundly important contribution to First Nations art

First Nations Board: Expressions of Interest

The Minister for the Arts is encouraging expressions of interest from First Nations artists and arts workers to be considered for the First Nations-led Board at Creative Australia.

Australian Performing Arts Market to be held in Western Australia

Creative Australia is pleased to announce the next three editions of the Australian Performing Arts Market (APAM) will be held in Western Australia.