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From new grants to prizes and awards, ArtsHub compiles this week's opportunities to get money: Copyright Agency fellowships announced.
Diverted by serious matters, we offer a chirpy summary for this week. Normal service for the statistically starved on Monday.
Dramatic use of scale define this exhibition about play, with half the works presented new to the White Rabbit Collection.
Powerhouse Museum decides to move where Sydney's greater audience base is, selling its $200 million site to developers.
State and regional galleries, museums and libraries enriched their collections with nearly $30 million worth of cultural gifts last year.
The Victorian Minister for Creative Industries will announce a major craft award, including Australia's largest ever craft exhibition.
A plan to throw $600 million at the NSW Art and Culture Infrastructure Fund, earmarks upgrades for Sydney Opera House and Walsh Bay.
From grants to prizes and awards, ArtsHub congratulations this week's winners of a $40,000 Fellowship with Bangarra Dance Theatre and the best of Perth with Fringe World winners announced.
The Australian International Documentary Conference, so recently an orphan, has been adopted by Victoria.
The University of Sydney unveils the most significant gift of sculpture by a living Australian artist.
From new grants to prizes and awards, ArtsHub compiles this week's opportunities to get money: Indigenous artists encouraged to enter national art awards
As the Arts Party gathers its forces, leader PJ Collins is putting himself on the ticket in NSW.
Dates for your diary from around the country.
Baz Luhrmann is at it again - the director of Australia adds another US deal via a Japanese owned company.
Two projects embed Abramović in Australia for 12-days in a world first, made possible by Australia’s leading philanthropists.
Thursday - unfair audience puts Auntie on hiding to nowhere - we can only hope for the power of iView.
Matched funding programs offer increased incentive to crowdfund your next project.
Everyone wants big audiences but bigger isn't always better at public art events as Perth Festival, Vivid Sydney and White Night Melbourne all know.
Vandals have wreaked devastating damage and conservators say they may not be able to restore the damaged mural.
When a public art commission was cancelled, artist Tim McVeigh sued the City of Vincent Council and achieved a precedent for commissioned artists.
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