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South West Arts is supported by the
NSW Government
through Create NSW

Funding and Opportunities - June 2017

 

 

CASP 2017

Applications are now being accepted for the Country Arts Support Program, an annual small grants program administered by Regional Arts NSW on behalf of Create NSW. 
Applications close Thursday 27 July 2017

 

Create NSW: Arts and Cultural Development Program

Create NSW invites artists and arts and cultural organisations across NSW to apply for funding under the 2017/2018 Arts and Cultural Development Program. Closing 13 June!

 

Create NSW: Young Regional Artist Scholarship​

The NSW Government is offering a total of 25 scholarships for young regional artists and cultural workers to undertake exciting and career-making professional development opportunities. Scholarships are open to artists, performers and arts and cultural workers from all art forms, including dance, design, digital arts, history, Aboriginal arts, literature, music, theatre, screen, curatorial and the visual arts.

Closes 19 June 2017
 

Youth Opportunities Funding

The NSW Government is offering one-off, time-limited grants of up to $50,000 to not-for-profit organisations and local councils for youth-led and youth-driven community projects that have a positive youth development focus.
Applications close Monday 26 June

 

 

 

Calling for exhibitors / EOI

  • The Shirl – National Youth Portrait Prize
    $10,000 acquisitive biannual portrait prize for artists aged between 16 -25. Bega Valley Regional Gallery. Entries close 8 Sept 2017

  • Headlie Taylor Header Museum Sculpture EOI

    The Greater Hume Shire Council, in partnership with the Headlie Taylor Header Museum and Murray Arts, wishes to commission a significant public artwork in front of the Headlie Taylor Header Museum, located within the Henty Bicentennial Park. Closes 31 July.

  • Public Art Opportunity in Leeton

    Leeton Council and Western Riverina Arts are seeking expressions of interest from artists, designers or engineers (individuals or project teams) to design and create 5 public artworks. Artists will be paid up to $15,000 for each commissioned artwork and artists can apply to design and create either one or multiple works.

 

Competitions and awards

 

 

Grants and fellowships

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