Funding to support activities that increase the development of, and access to, regionally produced theatre experiences. Funding is available up to $60,000 for projects delivered in one year or up to $75,000 for projects delivered over two years. Read more
This award for Indigenous creative artists of $20,000 is offered in a five-year cycle with a different area of the arts – creative prose, drama, the visual arts, scriptwriting and poetry – being rewarded each year. Read more
The National Folk Fellowship is offered in partnership with the National Folk Festival, and supports folk musicians, singers, dancers, poets, performance artists, or collector-performers to develop a project based on the Library’s original folklore and related collections, with a performance at the following National Folk Festival. Read more
Playwriting Australia invite submissions of unproduced drafts at any stage of their development with a view to providing a crucial and timely investment in the work. They strongly encourage applications from playwrights from diverse backgrounds, including Indigenous and CALD writers, as well as those based in regional areas. Read more
The scholarships are offered by the State Government to support young artists from regional NSW to undertake a self-directed professional development program or project in their chosen field.
For full details and how to apply Read more
The PWA Lab is a week-long workshop opportunity encouraging artists to examine the possibilities of including playwrights in innovative processes, aiming to bring the unique skills of a writer to an ever-widening theatre-making practice.
What are PWA offering?
The Rex Cramphorn Theatre Fellowship is offered by the State Government to enable a professional theatre practitioner to undertake a self-directed program of professional development. The Fellowship is now open to professional theatre practitioners at any stage in their career. The Fellowship recipient will be awarded $30,000.
It is a requirement that the Fellowship include a public presentation outcome, for example, a public lecture, a blog, an interview or a workshop, the form of which is negotiable with Arts NSW. Read more