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The Minister for the Arts, the Hon Peter Garrett AM, has announced that funding for 5 projects totalling $68,290 will go to regional, rural and remote communities across Victoria.
TELL YOUR STORY in three minutes to win one of three Network Production Grants, providing screen makers equipment and facilities hire to the total value of $7,500.
MELBOURNE: 16 December 2008 – The Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF 2008), the MIFF Premiere Fund today has opened its application process for Round Five with a call for submissions that closes on January 9, 2009.
There is up to $3,000 in funding available to community groups from the Orana Arts region (Warrumbungle, Narromine, Gilgandra and Dubbo City Councils).
You don’t have to be rich, or dead, to donate to the arts.
Screen Australia released its 2009 Development and Production Financing Programs, following three months of industry consultation.
Australia’s leading musicians and artists have been joined by artists from around the world in a call on the Commonwealth Government to revisit its decision to cancel funding for the high level music training programs currently provided by the Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM) in Melbourne.
During the Contemporary Visual Arts and Craft Inquiry (Myer Inquiry) in 2002, submissions were received from all areas of the sector indicating the fundamental importance of international promotion, market development and cultural exchange.
Earlier this month the Australia Council for the Arts made public its decision to withdraw three-year funding from Dancehouse.
The success of any production is pinned on the people surrounding it – the artists, producers, funders, and venues, to name a few. So how do independent artists connect with the most appropriate people to present their performance work and ultimately get it on the road?
BHP Billiton is helping maintain South Australia’s dynamic and diverse performing arts community for young people, with its funding of the Carclew’s PLAYFULL Performance EXPO 2008 to be held on Saturday, October 25 at The Odeon Theatre, Norwood.
Melbourne Chamber Orchestra is pleased to announce that it has been successful in its application to be admitted to the Music key Organisations (Emerging) category of funding by the Australia Council.
The JB Seed Grant Program continues to nurture new talent and annually attracts a wide and eclectic range of applicants from around the nation. With the key theme of self sustainability The JB Seed allows artists to create new and innovative works by offering strategic cash injections, so often essential, to help budding artists continue to provide inspiring and stimulating art for existing and ev
The second round of Helpmann Academy project support grants for 2008 will provide $50,000 for nineteen visual and performing arts projects by emerging South Australian artists.
The Australian Society of Authors (ASA) announced today it had donated $3078 – one dollar for each of its members – to the Indigenous Literacy Project.
Over $29,000 in grants from the Helpmann Academy’s Major Grants Program will contribute to a range of creative projects to take place within Adelaide’s foremost performing arts institutions in the coming year.
Circus Oz performer Sosina Wogayehu today bestowed a donation cheque on La Mama Theatre on behalf of Circus Oz, to assist in the theatre’s campaign to raise funds for the purchase of the home it has occupied in Carlton’s Faraday Street since 1967.
More than $3 million in support from the Commonwealth Government’s Indigenous Heritage Program has been announced by Heritage Minister Peter Garrett in celebration of NAIDOC week. Forty-nine Indigenous projects across Australia will benefit from the funding.
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