Screenworks and Feros Care are searching for 10 people aged 75 or over to be featured in a series of short documentary films as part of a new innovative project called FEARLESS. Each of the selected seniors will have the chance to learn new skills and will receive a writer/director credit for a film. Read more
A special opportunity for NSW Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists to undertake supported residencies at Bundanon in 2019 with support from Create NSW. Bundanon's Artist-in-Residence program is the largest and most diverse in Australia. Read more
The revered Bundanon Trust Riversdale site, which served as inspiration for iconic Australian landscape painter Arthur Boyd, has received $8.5 million from the NSW Government’s new Regional Cultural Fund (RCF). The money will be used to build a new gallery and storage facility at the famous property, on the NSW South Coast. Read more
Varuna the National Writers’ House invites writers from across Australia to apply for a Varuna Residential Fellowship.
A Varuna Residential Fellowship offers writers working across a wide range of literary forms and genres the gift of uninterrupted time to develop a new work in an inspiring environment and a collegial atmosphere. Read more
Minister for the Arts Don Harwin today joined some of the country’s leading female screen talent to announce #SheDirects, a new initiative to bring more female directors to the forefront of the Australian screen sector. Read more
Perpetual, as Trustee, is pleased to announce an exciting new opportunity for Australian painters. The Evelyn Chapman Art Award provides a $50,000 scholarship for an Australian painter, male or female under the age of 45, to ‘engender the encouragement, development and rewarding of artistic skill, through furthering the training and knowledge and skills of Australian painters.’ Read more
Applications are now being accepted for the Regional Arts Fund (RAF), an Australian Government initiative that supports sustainable cultural development in regional and remote communities in Australia. The program is managed by Regional Arts Australia and Regional Arts NSW, and is designed to benefit regional and remote arts practitioners, arts workers, audiences and communities. Read more