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29 Aug 2017
The McGowan Government has secured funding for the highly successful 'Better Beginnings' early literacy program, as part of a State Government commitment to early literacy.
29 Aug 2017
Premier Mark McGowan, Culture and the Arts Minister David Templeman and Planning Minister Rita Saffioti joined key representatives from the creative industries to strengthen working relationships between industry and government to create jobs.
19 Jul 2017
A central energy plant in the Perth Cultural Centre is set to reduce the energy use and carbon emissions of the cultural buildings by up to 40 per cent from 2020.
04 Jul 2017
Culture and the Arts Minister David Templeman today released the findings of an impact report detailing the social and economic impacts of the 2017 Fringe World festival.
04 Jul 2017
A total of 12 Western Australian artists will share in a grants pool worth $411,676 to assist them to create new works, expand their profiles and encourage community participation in arts and cultural activities.
04 Jul 2017
Culture and the Arts Minister David Templeman has announced two young Western Australian musicians have been awarded $30,000 scholarships to enable them to develop their talents overseas.
04 Jul 2017
More than 2,500 people are expected to visit the Perth Cultural Centre on the last weekend in July for the fourth annual Disrupted - Festival of Ideas.
26 Jun 2017
A total of 17 local jobs will be created through the construction of an 'exo-skeleton' at the Spare Parts Puppet Theatre on Short Street, Fremantle over the coming months.
25 May 2017
Premier Mark McGowan and Culture and the Arts Minister David Templeman today turned the first sod of soil at the site of the new museum for Western Australia, ahead of demolition works to the non-heritage parts of the existing buildings.