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$20 million Victorian Events Support Package

Event organisers, hosts, suppliers, producers and cinema businesses will benefit from a new support package of grants announced by the Victorian Government. The $20 million Victorian...

‘The Long Weekender’ to back Victorian live music

Victoria’s live music scene will get a boost with a free online festival over the long weekend featuring some never before seen footage of...

Victorian Budget 2021/22: Boost for creative economy

Victoria’s multi-billion-dollar creative economy will be reinvigorated thanks to an unprecedented $288 million investment by the Andrews Labor Government in the Victorian Budget 2021/22. Acting Premier James Merlino and Minister...

Supercharging Victoria’s screen industry

The Andrews Labor Government has unveiled Victoria’s first screen strategy in more than a decade, to supercharge film, television, and digital games projects and...

New drama series see Melbourne double for Los Angeles

Victoria’s screen industry is roaring back into action with filming now underway on the drama series La Brea, the biggest television series to come to the...

Analla: Black Saturday through the lens of Indian immigrants & Hinduism

The Victorian bushfire of February 2009 is a tragedy etched in everyone’s memory. Often, it is a tragedy told from the Anglo-Saxon perspective. In...

Best performers line up for Melbourne concert

Live music is back and Australia’s cultural capital is putting on the ultimate celebration as the Andrews Labor Government and Mushroom Group partner to...

RISING, newest cultural event to make its debut

More than 750 Victorian artists are set to take over the city when Victoria’s newest cultural event, RISING, makes its debut—boosting tourism right in...

What shaped Aarti Vincent’s path to comedy

In 2007, just a year old in Melbourne and relatively new, Aarti Vincent was out with a friend strolling the CBD on a 40-plus...

Melbourne International Comedy Festival is back with great line up

Victorians can look forward to a barrel of laughs and side-splitting entertainment with the return of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival in 2021. Minister for...