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Arts Tasmania

Arts Tasmania is responsible for the development of a diverse arts sector in Tasmania, where all communities are artistically vibrant places with rich and varied creative opportunities accessible to all.

Culture and liveability

Tasmania offers a wonderful, contemporary place to live, work, learn and visit. The department actively supports cultural and economic development in the state to make Tasmania a prosperous, vibrant and healthy community.

Screen Tasmania

Screen Tasmania is responsible for supporting and developing the state's film, television and digital media industries by increasing the amount of independent screen production occurring in Tasmania.

Tasmanian Museum
and Art Gallery

The Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery aims to provide, promote and facilitate interaction with and understanding of the cultural and natural world for present and future generations.

Welcome to Arts and Culture

Latest news

Farm finance concessional loans scheme guidelines

The Tasmanian Government has released the inquiry report into the January 2013 bushfires, detailing the government’s response to some of the most severe bushfires on record in Tasmania.


Business Tasmania is a user-focused online tool to providing easy access to business information and helping make compliance easier. has relevant content, links and tools squarely designed to meet the needs of people in business.


The new online Invest Tasmania Map has been launched showing almost $12.6 billion of investment activity that is either under consideration, planned, or underway in Tasmania.  The map allows users to view project sites with satellite imagery and provides brief information on those projects.

Tasmanian Access Report

In February 2012, the Minister for Tourism, Scott Bacon, established the Access Working Group to provide information and advice to Government on sustainable growth for services in and out of Tasmania.
The Tasmanian Access Report provides a comprehensive snapshot of the current level of air and sea services...


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