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Create NSW | Metro Art: EOI Opportunity

Create NSW is calling for artists to register their interest to develop artworks for seven new Sydney Metro railway stations. Sydney Metro is Australia’s biggest public transport project. Read more

Writing NSW | Grants Now Open

Applications are now open for the 2018 Writing NSW Grants, developed to support writers and writing in NSW. A total of $27,000 in funding is available and there are grants reserved for applicants in regional NSW. Read more

New Arts Initiative Creates Pathways for Practitioners with Disability

New paid internships are being created for people with disabilities to get a start in the NSW arts, screen and culture industries. The Createability Internship Program, launched by the NSW Government today, will enable up to eight people to secure industry placements and customised training opportunities that could lead to a full-time career. Read more

Regional Arts NSW | Regional Arts Fund Provides Small Festival Support

Running an arts festival in regional NSW? Suffering volunteer burnout? A new stream as part of the Regional Arts Fund can help build your event with a paid coordinator. At Regional Arts NSW, we know how hard volunteers work in regional communities, and that sometimes the juggle between work, life and festival management can be overwhelming. Read more

Registrations Now Open for the 10th Art of Good Health and Wellbeing Conference

Registrations are now open for the 10th Art of Good Health and Wellbeing Conference, presented by the Australian Centre for Arts and Health (ACAH), to be held from 12-15 November 2018 at the Sails Hotel, Port Macquarie. The Art Gallery of NSW continues its conference partnership with ACAH in 2018, with AGNSW artist educators presenting arts for health art-making workshops at the conference. Read more

NERAM | Helen Dangar Memorial Bursary

NERAM will be launching the 2018 Helen Dangar Memorial Bursary on July 18th at a talk by the 2017 recipient, Lizzie Horne. Lizzie who has recently returned from her bursary funded printmaking workshop in Florence, Italy. Read more