Create NSW recently published their 2017/2018 Arts and Cultural Development Program andinvites artists and arts and cultural organisations across NSW to apply for funding NOW.
The 2017/2018 Arts and Cultural Development Program program supports visual arts, museums, literature, dance, music, regional touring, capital works and professional development for artists across the state.
Create NSW is keen to hear about the exciting arts, culture and screen projects happening in our region and let you know about some of the funding opportunities now available. To help you with your newest arts project Create NSW will hold a one day WORKSHOP at the Griffith Regional Theatre on Wednesday 10 May.
Bring your ART or SCREEN project ideas - dreams, concept or fully formed and let the experts from Create NSW guide you through strategic planning, resourcing and potential partners. And find out more about the newest funding possibilities to make your project come to live.
Come along and meet the new team and also network with other artists from the region!
- 1.00 - 3.00 pm: One on one meetings in 15 minute time slots REGISTER HERE
These one-on-one sessions will enable you to have 15 minutes to discuss specific ideas or questions about your projects, and about the 2017 Create NSW funding available.
- 3.30 – 5.00 pm: Arts Project Ideas Clinic REGISTER HERE
Bring along your ART or SCREEN project ideas – dreams, concepts or fully formed and Create NSW staff will help by offering suggestions about strategy, potential partners, resourcing and funding.
- 5.00 – 6.30 pm: Networking drinks
Meet other creatives from your region and network
Location: Burley Griffin Room at Griffith Regional Theatre
Date: Wednesday 10 May
If you would like to participate please register for one or all sessions HERE
About Create NSW
Create NSW is the NSW Government’s new arts and cultural driver, which brings together arts, screen and culture functions in a new integrated entity. Established on 1 April 2017, Create NSW has responsibility for many of the functions previously undertaken by Arts NSW and Screen NSW. The new entity is responsible for furthering the Government’s vision for NSW of a sustainable, bold and exciting arts culture that engages the community and reflects the state’s rich diversity, by investing in the success and future of arts, screen and culture.
Image: We Built This City/ Redfern School of Displacement, 2016, Keg de Souza