Ten visual artists will share $12,500 in NSW Government funding to support the costs of developing and presenting their works.
Arts NSW Executive Director Michael Brealey said the grants will help artists meet development, production and promotional costs, with the outcome of presenting more work to wider audiences. Read more
Entries for the Grafton Regional Gallery’s 2017 Clarence Valley Indigenous Art Award (CVIAA) are now open.
The CVIAA aims to promote contemporary Indigenous art of the North Coast of New South Wales and develop the collection of contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art held by the Grafton Regional Gallery. Read more
Arts North West, through their Aboriginal Culture Support Program, has visited Tenterfield to record stories of Elders as a part of a series of documentaries for Rivers to Ridges, and the stories in between project. The project is funded by the Federal Government’s Indigenous Languages and Arts Program. Read more
Following the success of the Sculpture in the Gaol exhibition over the past nine years, Trial Bay Gaol will once again be transformed into a dramatic artistic landscape with sculptures displayed throughout the Gaol site. Read more
Opera in the Paddock returns for 2017 to perform in Armidale and Delungra. Audiences will be treated to Australia's brightest stars performing opera classics froM Mozart, Verdi, Puccini and Offenbach, along with musical favourites by Lerner and Loewe and more. Read more
A production created by an ensemble of 13-16 year olds from Bathurst, supported by Local Stages, the Australian Theatre for Young People, and the Regional Arts Fund will be performed in Sydney this April. Read more
Broken Hill City Council has entered an exciting new era with a number of challenges to meet and opportunities to grasp. There is an exciting career opportunity working within the Economic Development & Culture team as a Gallery & Marketing Assistant. Read more
The NSW Government is committing a further $30,000 to expand performing arts opportunities in regional and remote NSW.
The Community Presenter Touring Grants, administered by Arts on Tour, supports the presentation of NSW professional productions in community-run venues and halls, in NSW towns without a professional performing arts venue. Read more
The biennial Manning Art Prize commenced in 1990, with entries open to Australian artists. The Art Prize features a partnership between Friends, which funds the Art Prize through the Friends Art Fund Trust, and the Manning Regional Art Gallery who organise entries and curate the exhibition. Read more