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Black Swan State Theatre Company


Black Swan State Theatre Company is Western Australia’s Flagship Theatre Company and one of Australia’s foremost theatre companies. Since its inception in 1991, Black Swan has earned both critical and popular acclaim for its world premiere productions and highly distinctive (re)interpretations of international theatre classics.   More

State Theatre Company of South Australia


State Theatre Company of South Australia is the state’s flagship professional theatre company performing an annual season of classic and contemporary Australian and international theatre works.   More

Queensland Theatre Company


Queensland Theatre Company is the state’s flagship professional theatre company, established in 1970. Each year the Company presents an annual main-stage season of plays showcasing an array of acclaimed theatre artists and offering a dynamic mix of plays from exciting new Australian work to outstanding international classics.  More

Sydney Theatre Company


Sydney Theatre Company, as the premier theatre company in Australia, has been a major force in Australian drama since its establishment in 1978. The Company presents an annual twelve-play program.   More

Melbourne Theatre Company


Melbourne Theatre Company is one of the major performing arts companies in Australia, and one of the largest theatre companies in the English-speaking world. Founded in 1953, MTC is also the oldest professional theatre company in Australia, and currently exists as a semi-autonomous department of the University of Melbourne.  More

Craft ACT: Craft and Design Centre


Craft ACT: Craft and Design Centre provides a unique service to craft and design practitioners and audiences in Canberra and the region.  More

Association of Central Australian Aboriginal Art and Craft Centres


Desart is the non-profit association for over forty Central Australian Aboriginal art centres which are primarily community-based enterprises, owned and managed by Aboriginal people in their communities. Art centres are important community places; they are innovative and vibrant spaces where culture is kept strong, passed on between old and young, and places where Aboriginal people can share our arts and culture with the world.  More

Arts Access Australia


Arts Access Australia (AAA) is the peak national body for arts and disability. They work to increase opportunities and access for people with disability as artists, arts-workers, participants and audiences.  More

The Wheeler Centre



Australia’s first Centre for Books, Writing and Ideas, the Wheeler Centre, opened in February 2010. The Centre is a hub and home for writers and key literary organisations.  More

Western Australian Museum


The Western Australian Museum is the State’s premier cultural organisation, housing WA’s scientific and cultural collection. For over 120 years the Western Australian Museum has been making the State’s natural and social heritage accessible and engaging through research, exhibitions and public programs.  More

Victorian College of the Arts


The Victorian College of the Arts, within the Faculty of VCA and MCM at the University of Melbourne’s Southbank Campus is situated on the land occupied by 1000 generations of Australia’s first people. The VCA is committed to providing a deep and transformative learning experience in pursuit of artistic excellence, innovation and an absorbing education and welcome you to a community of artists of all sorts: contemporary artists and writers, choreographers, musicians, designers, performers, actors, filmmakers, dancers and many more, all committed to the production of new artistic work.  More

Victorian Arts Centre


Sitting beneath one of the city’s great symbols – the magnificent Spire – Arts Centre Melbourne, originally known as the Victorian Arts Centre, is both a defining Melbourne landmark and Australia’s largest and busiest performing arts centre. Arts Centre Melbourne aims to be a creative hub for the performing arts in Victoria. They do this through support for the directors, writers, musicians and actors that shape the future of performing arts in the State.  More

Tasmanian College of Art


The Tasmanian College of the Arts is a creative hub engaging locally and globally in critical thinking and contemporary art and design practice. Their world class facilities, teaching and research programs and intimate collaborative communities provide a rich learning platform. Whilst teaching and learning is delivered through a studio specific approach, cross-disciplinary engagement and dialogue forms an important part of their programs.  More

Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery


Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG) is Tasmania’s leading natural, cultural and heritage organisation. It is a combined museum, art gallery and herbarium which safeguards the physical evidence of Tasmania’s natural and cultural heritage, and the cultural identity of Tasmanians.  More

Sydney Opera House


The Sydney Opera House is Australia’s pre-eminent centre for excellence in live performing arts. The Sydney Opera House is the home of artists whose contribution to the performing arts is internationally recognised and celebrated, and it is a home for Australia’s most original and imaginative artists.  More

Sydney Dance Company


Sydney Dance Company is one of Australia’s leading contemporary dance companies, presenting new works in Sydney, around Australia and internationally.  More

Spare Parts Puppet Theatre


Spare Parts Puppet Theatre is Australia’s champions for puppet theatre. They present four seasons a year at their home theatre in Fremantle, nurture the art form through the School of Puppetry and Emergent training program, perform in Festivals, corporate and community events and tour through Australia and the world.  More

South Australian Museum



The South Australian Museum offers visitors five floors of exhibits that reveal many fascinating stories. Exhibitions and displays reflect the museum’s extensive collections, including the Australian Aboriginal and Pacific Cultures collections.  More

Salamanca Arts Centre


Salamanca Arts Centre (SAC) is a not-for-profit Arts Centre formed in 1975 as an incorporated association and established in 1976 in buildings owned by the Government of Tasmania and leased to SAC at ‘peppercorn’ rental. Salamanca Arts Centre is a valued and vibrant arts hub where ideas, creativity and opportunities ignite and prosper, where artists are inspired and supported, where audiences are challenged and charmed, where diversity is respected.  More

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