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January 2020

The Morrison Government has announced more than $550,000 in funding for 20 regional arts projects through the latest round of the Festivals Australia program.

The Morrison Government has announced more than $550,000 in funding for 20 regional arts projects through the latest round of the Festivals Australia program.

24 Jan 2020 / Share
The Australian Government is supporting greater access to arts and cultural exhibitions for regional Australians by providing $1.9 million of funding for the Visions of Australia regional touring program.

The Australian Government is supporting greater access to arts and cultural exhibitions for regional Australians by providing $1.9 million of funding for the Visions of Australia regional touring program.

23 Jan 2020 / Share
Minister for Communications, Cyber Safety and the Arts, the Hon Paul Fletcher MP, today convened a roundtable meeting with Australia’s major telecommunications companies to discuss network resilience in the recent severe bushfires.

Minister for Communications, Cyber Safety and the Arts, the Hon Paul Fletcher MP, today convened a roundtable meeting with Australia’s major telecommunications companies to discuss network resilience in the recent severe bushfires.

22 Jan 2020 / Share
The 2020 Prime Minister’s Literary Awards are now open for entries until 28 February 2020.

The 2020 Prime Minister’s Literary Awards are now open for entries until 28 February 2020.

22 Jan 2020 / Share
The Morrison Government is extending its highly successful Be Connected program that helps older Australians navigate the online world safely.

The Morrison Government is extending its highly successful Be Connected program that helps older Australians navigate the online world safely.

21 Jan 2020 / Share
Artists and arts workers in regional, rural and remote Australia are invited to apply for a National Regional Arts Fellowship to support their practice. The central themes of this year’s program reflects the drought and bushfires.

Artists and arts workers in regional, rural and remote Australia are invited to apply for a National Regional Arts Fellowship to support their practice. The central themes of this year’s program reflects the drought and bushfires.

20 Jan 2020 / Share