The School of Music at the Australian National University, is pleased to announce a call for papers and submissions for an innovative research conference on “Women in the Creative Arts” to be held at the school from 10-12 August, 2017. Papers and proposals are invited from scholars and industry practitioners from the creative arts. The topical focus for this conference is the creative work of artists who identify as women. Read more
For the twelfth consecutive year, across the rural and remote region of north-west NSW, Moorambilla Voices' award-winning Artistic Director Michelle Leonard OAM will be conducting workshops across the north-west region of NSW, seeing over 2500 children in over 39 towns. Read more
The New England Regional Art Museum (NERAM) is launching a special program which aims to connect UNE international students with the local community through a series of arts and cultural activities. Read more
The response to the New England Regional Art Museum (NERAM) lecture this Saturday by leading barrister and author Mark Tedeschi QC about the Myall Creek Massacre was reportedly so positive that Mark agreed to present a second lecture on Sunday morning after the first lecture booked out. Since the announcement of this second available lecture, the second lecture has also booked out! Read more
Two forums in Coffs Coast and Port Maquarie have been announced as a part of the Creative Ageing Festival (01-14 March 2017). The forums, presented by the Australian Centre for Arts and Health, in association with local councils and Arts Mid North Coast, will examine creative ageing, and ways the arts can contribute to ageing well. Read more
The National Trust Heritage Awards are now in their 23rd year of recognising heritage projects.
The awards are highly regarded in the industry and by entering you have the opportunity for peer and public recognition of your work. This is your chance to be judged for the work you are proud of. Read more