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Launch of the new book edited by Anne Maxwell & Josephine Croci
We are delighted to announce the winners of this years Literary Awards, following the presentation event at Melbourne Writers Festival
Professor Helen Gilbert examines indigenous contributions to London’s recent festival offerings.
Denise Varney joins a panel discussion responding to Headlong’s production of 1984. What if a contemporary Orwell was to write 2051?
November 6, 2015. This one-day symposium aims to generate interest in the subject of Australian modernism in theatre, drama and performance. More information...
Shifting Focus: Colonial Australian Photography
Australian Centre and Faculty of Arts Literary Awards 2015
Indigenous Performance, Cultural Capital and the International Stage
Language, Performance and Power
Symposium: Patrick White and Beyond
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The Australian Centre administers a series of prizes for outstanding endeavour in the visual arts, creative writing and biographical studies. More information...
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