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This category contains national web sites with information and/or links about Australian Arts and Entertainment.

Websites on Arts and Entertainment

  • Australia's Cultural Network -The online gateway to Australian cultural websites, events, news, and resources.
  • Australian Copyright Council -Independent non-profit organisation: information about events, activities, and subscription.
  • ANU Institute of the Arts Library and Resource Centre -Searchable database of the arts in Australia: music, visual arts, ejournals and artScan.
  • The Village -Entertainment guide for movies, videos, radio, and theme parks, around Australia; from Village Cinemas.
  • Online Australia Cultural Festival 1999/2000 -Showcase of Australian cultural expression with an exhibition of local arts and culture.
  • Australian Markets and Fairs Magazine -State by state, to what's on where and when with contacts. Lists special events, markets, festivals, fairs, swap meets, antique and doll fairs and expos. Includes wholesale directory.
  • National Cartooning Competition -Australian and New Zealand primary and secondary students compete for the Junior Stanley Award.
  • Arts Law -National legal centre for the arts providing a telephone legal advice service for arts related matters. General information and online law publications for artists.
  • IMAX Australia -The world's largest screening system, with some movies in 3D. Current screenings, coming attractions, timetables, pricing, and school group information, as well as details of the technology. Locations in Sydney and Melbourne.
  • Australian INFront -A collaborative project space and launch pad for Australia's best online designers, artists, companies and other design related web sites.
  • Australian Writers' Guild -A professional association for writers in the areas of television, radio, screen and stage. Promoting and protecting the professional interests of originators and adaptors of written material in Australia.
  • Artbank -A Commonwealth art rental program supporting visual artists and craftspeople across Australia.
  • ArtsInfo -The Australian Government's single point of access to the full range of opportunities and assistance available to the cultural sector.
  • Party-Oz -Information guide offering party ideas, tips, and a directory of related businesses.
  • Entertainment News -The latest showbiz information and gossip from Australia and around the world. Includes news and reviews on music, movies, computer games and CDs.
  • Aussie Short Films -Offers a selection of self-generated drama, documentary and educational films in their drama section. Includes articles, forum, and streaming video.
  • Future Entertainment Events -Promotes dance music events by local and international performers.
  • The Australiana Fund -Established in 1978 to raise funds to acquire a permanent collection of Australian artworks to furnish the residences occupied by the Governor-General and the Prime Minister.
  • Dorothea Mackellar Poetry Awards -An annual poetry competition for schools, children and young adults. Includes entry information, categories, judging and lists of winners.
  • Copyright Agency Limited (CAL) -A collecting society for authors, journalists, photographers, visual artists and publishers. Organises licencing of the reproduction and communication rights of members.
  • Croc Festival -Annual festivals held in many locations around the country, involving young Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians. Presents photographs, tour schedule and kits for schools and the media.
  • Experimenta -Stages screenings, installations and performances in cinemas, galleries, and online, featuring the work of artists working with film, video, digital, and interactive media. Includes details of exhibitions touring nationally.