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The Australian Government releases its national cultural policy
30 Jan 2023

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Arts Centre Melbourne’s Australian Performing Arts Collection to open to the public
20 Oct 2022

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Vince Alessi appointed Director of Linden New Art
31 Aug 2022

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Spark Bushfire Recovery project
24 Aug 2022

ICOM
ICOM approves a new museum definition
24 Aug 2022

Lauren Simpson
Horsham Regional Art Gallery announces Lauren Simpson as its new Director
23 Aug 2022

Natasha Johns-Messenger
Natasha Johns-Messenger awarded the Southern Way McClelland Commission 2023
12 Aug 2022

Seb Chan
Seb Chan appointed Director & CEO of ACMI
11 Aug 2022

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Karen Quinlan appointed CEO of Arts Centre Melbourne
3 Aug 2022

Elvis exhibition at Bendigo Art Gallery attracts over 219,000 visitors
13 Jul 2022

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Shepparton Art Museum announces Melinda Martin as new CEO
17 May 2022

CAM Funding
Castlemaine Art Museum receives $6M funding from the Victorian Government
11 May 2022

Three women standing and talking to one another, two are pictured from behind and a dark haired woman wearing glasses and a black dress is pictured in the centre. There are people standing in the background and appear out of focus. A number of artworks are on the wall in the background. Photo by James Gifford-Mead
INTERVIEW WITH SIM LUTTIN ON GLOBAL COLLABORATION
5 May 2022

PROFESSIONS WITHIN THE PUBLIC GALLERY SECTOR
5 May 2022

A seated man in a dark grey suit and a woman standing with her hands on the mans shoulder, she is wearing a grey jacket with a floral design. They stand in a dark auditorium with the words The Fox: NGV Contemporary on three screens in the background.
The NGV receives $100 million donation from the Fox family for NGV Contemporary
27 Apr 2022


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