The NSW Government awarded three $50,000 NSW Regional Arts Fellowships to three artists at the ARTLANDS conference Big Shed Dinner in Dubbo.
Former Deputy Premier and Minister for the Arts Troy Grant congratulated this year’s recipients, Bega choreographer Lee Pemberton, Sandigo artist and curator Sarah McEwan, and Muttama-based electronic artist Dr David Burraston. Read more
The Dreaming Award recognises an inspirational young Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander artist aged 18-26 years and supports the opportunity for them to create a major body of work through mentoring and partnerships, either nationally or internationally. Read more
Arts North West has been successful in securing $15,000 from the Aboriginal Regional Arts Fund through Arts NSW for a project to rediscover Aboriginal mark-making traditions from the New England North West region. Read more
An exciting opportunity for Aboriginal artists and artisans living in the Worimi, Birpai, Dunghutti and Gumbaynggirr Nations.
In January and February 2017, Saltwater Freshwater Arts Alliance will occupy the entire gallery space at the Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery. Read more
The Board of Four Winds, Australia’s renowned fine music organisation, has today announced that Chair, Sheena Boughen, has advised she will be stepping down from the role at the AGM in December 2016. Read more
The Upper Hunter Conservatorium of Music is a highly respected community organisation providing comprehensive music education programs and performance opportunities across the full range of early childhood, instrumental and vocal disciplines since 1997. Read more