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Australian Cultural Diplomacy

Questacon Japan Science Circus tour funded under program in 2014.

Australian Cultural Diplomacy Grants Program, art/works, e-newsletter Australian Ministry for the Arts, April 2015

The Australian Cultural Diplomacy Grants Program is the primary cultural grants program of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT).

DFAT’s cultural diplomacy strategy aims to engage overseas audiences through the delivery of high-quality and innovative arts and cultural promotions to both increase their understanding of Australia’s contemporary identity and values and foster collaborative links with partners overseas.

Applications for the Australian Cultural Diplomacy Grants opened on 2 April and will close on Monday 29 June 2015.

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The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade focus countries are Turkey in 2015 and Brazil in 2016.

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