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Western Sydney to the world: the rise of indie artist grentperez

The past year has been an exceptional glow-up for Western Sydney bedroom indie pop artist grentperez.

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In the engine room of Australia’s newest virtual band

Welcome to the dusty bubblegum world of Big Sand, a band that doesn’t exist.

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Tune into our Governance Conversations webinar series

A series of 6 free, monthly webinars exploring contemporary issues in arts governance.

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National Arts and Disability Awards’ Leadership winner Eliza Hull on the arts’ accessible future

How can Australia’s arts community elevate more unique voices? Musician, writer and disability advocate Eliza Hull has a few ideas.

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Tune in to three webinars about the arts and sustainability

Register for three free webinars on what the arts, artists and our industry can do for sustainability and the future of the environment.

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Tax deductions you can claim as a performing artist

Not sure what deductions to claim as a performing artist? The ATO have shared some helpful tips and resources to give you a hand!

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Artist and activist Richard Bell on taking Embassy and Pay the Rent to the Tate Modern

Bell’s Pay the Rent (UK) makes him the first Australian artist to be programmed in the Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall space.

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The art of digital literacy: Studio A and Meeum

Sydney-based Studio A supports professional development pathways for artists living with intellectual disability. And with the help of digital consultants Meeum, Studio A has transformed how its peopl

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Western Sydney to the world: the rise of indie artist grentperez

The past year has been an exceptional glow-up for Western Sydney bedroom indie pop artist grentperez.

In the engine room of Australia’s newest virtual band

Welcome to the dusty bubblegum world of Big Sand, a band that doesn’t exist.

Tune into our Governance Conversations webinar series

A series of 6 free, monthly webinars exploring contemporary issues in arts governance.

National Arts and Disability Awards’ Leadership winner Eliza Hull on the arts’ accessible future

How can Australia’s arts community elevate more unique voices? Musician, writer and disability advocate Eliza Hull has a few ideas.

Tune in to three webinars about the arts and sustainability

Register for three free webinars on what the arts, artists and our industry can do for sustainability and the future of the environment.

Tax deductions you can claim as a performing artist

Not sure what deductions to claim as a performing artist? The ATO have shared some helpful tips and resources to give you a hand!

Artist and activist Richard Bell on taking Embassy and Pay the Rent to the Tate Modern

Bell’s Pay the Rent (UK) makes him the first Australian artist to be programmed in the Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall space.

The art of digital literacy: Studio A and Meeum

Sydney-based Studio A supports professional development pathways for artists living with intellectual disability. And with the help of digital consultants Meeum, Studio A has transformed how its peopl