Are you an Adelaide based performing arts professional? Don't miss the Australian Performing Arts Market roadshow at St Paul's Creative Centre!
Perth Performing Arts Professionals: the Australian Performing Arts Market Roadshow is heading to Subiaco! RSVP by 28 March Perth Theatre Trust
“I have taken my camera into unknown locations and created photodramas, using models, actors and people I find on the street. My stories meld fiction, fact and some aspects of my family history."

With just over six weeks until the official launch of the 57th International Art Exhibition of the Venice Biennale, the Australia Council for the Arts today revealed the photograph ‘Hell’ - one of...
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Performing Arts Professionals in NSW: the APAM roadshow heading to Sydney! RSVP by 27 March
Performing Arts Professionals: it's not too late to RSVP to the APAM Melbourne roadshow! We'll be there. Will you?
The Australia Council welcomes the arts funding announcement today by the Minister for the Arts, Senator the Hon Mitch Fifield. [ Link ]

New portfolio arrangements for the Arts > Mitch Fifield, Liberal Senator for Victoria
The Australia Council congratulates all International Residency recipients. We are thrilled to support these artists as they immerse themselves in a new arts contexts and communities around the world. #greatausartists #artwithoutborders Image: recipient of last year's Nashville residency Ruby Boots, photo courtesy of the artist
Keen to get your show on the national or international touring circuit? Want to find partners for your new work in development? Apply now to be part of APAM 2018: Australia’s leading internationally focused industry event for contemporary performing arts. Image: Cut the Sky by Marrugeku. Photo credit: Robert Maccoll
Expressions of Interest are invited from Australian publishers, rights managers, and/or literary agents who are interested in researching market opportunities for authors and publishers in China and Korea. Image credit: Juliet Woo, Austrade [ Link ]
Broken Hill City Council, in partnership with Arts NSW, invites artists to propose public artworks that reflect Broken Hill, its people and rich heritage. Closing date: 26 April

Broken Hill calls for artists to interpret, disrupt, illuminate and activate Australia's First Heritage City
"Every ancient culture had some form of art-making and expression, we need art, we need to be stimulated, or have our ideas expressed, it keeps us happy." Congratulations Ali Kadhim: 2017 recipient of the Kirk Robson Award. [ Link ]
Dance artists! Today is the last day to RSVP for this Dance Massive discussion on international residencies Image credit: Gregory Lorenzutti
Reminder: places are limited for this Dance Massive discussion on international residencies for dance artists. RSVP today! Image credit: Gregory Lorenzutti

Australia Council Dance Residencies Panel - Dance Massive 2017
"Never forget that art is powerful and it can plant a seed. And it can inspire enough people to question and take that next step, and help build change, no matter how small it may feel at the time." Congratulations Steve Mayer-Miller, 2017 recipient of the Ros Bower Award. [ Link ]
Visual artists: spend two months developing your practice in Rome! Tomorrow is the closing date for this unique residency: [ Link ]

Mordant Family/Australia Council Affiliated Fellowship | Australia Council
"Never apologise for being ambitious" Wise words for artists everywhere from Rosemary Myer, 2017 recipient of the Australia Council Theatre Award. Congratulations Rosemary! [ Link ]
"Don't get downhearted when things don’t go as you might wish, just maintain your belief in yourself and the work you make – keep on keeping on creating." Congratulations to Susan Cohn, 2017 recipient of the Australia Council Visual Arts Award [ Link ]
"I feel in experimental art we are making the future and I want that future to be as expansive, generous, strange, thoughtful and radical as possible." Congratulations to Madeleine Flynn, 2017 recipient of the Australia Council Emerging and Experimental Arts Award. [ Link ]
EOIs for Signature Works are closing on Monday 13 March: come and be a part of an entirely Indigenous creative space.