Impacts of COVID-19 on the Cultural and Creative Industries

Our cultural and creative industries play a vital role in our lives – in education, supporting the development of skills, and driving innovation and technology.
Our cultural and creative industries play a vital role in our lives – in education, supporting the development of skills, and driving innovation and technology.

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Purrumpa: Call out for Expression of Interest

For the first time in 50 years, we are coming together to tell our stories. Purrumpa is a National First Nations Arts and Culture Gathering, creating space for conversations that reflect…

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Purrumpa

The Australia Council, with the First Nations Strategy Panel, will present Purrumpa – a national gathering and celebration of First Nations arts and culture – in October 2022.

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Keir Choreographic Award

The biennial Keir Choreographic Award (KCA), now in its fifth edition, is a premiere event for the Australian dance scene. It is an extraordinary fully paid opportunity for eight independent Australian artists to develop and share works with audiences and an esteemed jury of dance luminaries.

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Vivid Ideas: What the arts did next

Artists and creatives help us understand what it is to be human. They connect us to our past and imagine our future. Their ideas invite us to reimagine ourselves through projects of healing and redesign. Discover how artists can help solve the many challenges that arise in a global pandemic.

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Protected: Electorate Profiles

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Audience Data and Advocacy Tools

The Audience Data and Advocacy Tools are a new and interactive way to engage with the results of the 2019 National Arts Participation Survey, Creating Our Future.

Developed by the Australia Council for the Arts and Lonergan Research, these tools provide new insights and opportunities to understand Australians’ engagement with and attitudes towards the arts.

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Success Story: International rights sales of Australian-authored books 2008–2018

Australian writing is read globally. Our carefully crafted words carry ideas, perspectives and culture well beyond our borders and return significant – and vital – revenue to the entire book publishing industry.

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Creativity at Work: Interdisciplinary learning in industry and community settings

Creative practitioners are increasingly working and applying creative skills in non-creative sectors. Creativity is also key to the kinds of interdisciplinary approaches that will be required for future work environments.

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In Real Life: Mapping digital cultural engagement in the first decades of the 21st century

In Real Life: Mapping digital cultural engagement in the first decades of the 21st Century explores arts and cultural participation in an environment increasingly influenced by digital technology.

Produced through a partnership between the Australia Council for the Arts and National Arts Council Singapore, the report provides insights and guidance for the cultural and creative industries as they grapple with the implications of digital transformation.

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