The Arts Party to preserve the creative and cultural life of every Australian

The Arts Party is the first political arts party that has emerged to provide a platform to reinstate arts funding in Australia. Under the Liberal Government, the Australia Council, our primary arts funding body, has lost over $100m in funding commitments for community organisations, bringing the entire Australia Council appropriation down to $185m in a federal budget that last year totalled over $451bn.... Read More | Share it now!

Arts curator Danielle Gullotta talks ARTEXPRESS 2016 artworks at the Armory.

For those in their last year of high school, being creative and combining that with theoretical lessons from teachers can be challenging, but in the end fulfilling. ARTEXPRESS 2016 is currently showcasing 45 artworks by the 2015 New South Wales Higher School Certificate Visual Arts student cohort that have seemingly been able to considerably put these together. The works are a glorious insight into the future of artistic creativity in Australia.... Read More | Share it now!

One woman play Blonde Poison premiering in Sydney & Melbourne .

After receiving a huge amount of support for its premier season in Sydney in 2015, Gail Louw’s one woman play Blonde Poison is heading to Melbourne for a strictly limited time in June. Starring previous Best Actress Nominee at the 2015 Sydney Theatre Awards, Belinda Giblin transforms into a character of strength and vast dimensions, delivering a performance that revolves around themes of beauty, treachery and the high price of survival.... Read More | Share it now!