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The artist Zhou Xiaoping has spent the last 30 years in actively engaging with Aboriginal communities in Arnhem Land and the Kimberley, learning from Indigenous art and culture, and has developed his own unique style of art. This exhibition reflects the connection between people, land and spirit drawing on the artist’s personal experiences in collaborating with Aboriginal artists such as Jimmy Pike and Johnny Bulunbulun.
A get-tough policy on China with no apparent goal has left Australia as the only developed country with no media representation in the country. Read more...
Contemporary Asian Australian Performance (CAAP), Sydney Theatre Company, Belvoir St Theatre, Griffin Theatre Company and the Australia-China Institute of Arts and Culture (ACIAC) at Western Sydney University join forces to support the development of Asian Australian performance practice.The inaugural CAAP Artist Lab will provide professional development and professional pathways for Sydney based Asian Australian artists.

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On 16 February 2020, ACIAC Director Professor Jing Han interviewed 2019 Miles Franklin Award Winner, Melissa Lucashenko. Read more...
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Chinese have been in Australia for over 200 years but these two centuries have seen very different peoples arriving and settling under the label “Chinese”. Read more...