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The biennial Clarence Prize is back with more than $20,000 in prize money for outstanding furniture design.
Australian artists under 35 years of age can now apply through the Australia Council for a Marten Bequest scholarship to develop their talents through study and professional development within Australia and overseas.
Bayside Gallery reminds us that an Acquisition Prize is about more than announcing the winner; it’s about a continuum that offers another layer of engagement, from a professional nod to public programming.
In a new industry partnership, Powerhouse Museum is calling for early career musicians to apply for a suite of Fellowships that pairs mentoring with financial support.
The inaugural Fivex Art Prize offers visual artists and creatives the chance to reimagine billboard art with a work displayed in the heart of Melbourne's CBD.
Designers, artists and makers from around the globe are invited to compete for a total prize pool of NZ $187,500.
Sydney’s Powerhouse Museum has revealed the 11 creatives who will take part in its inaugural NSW creative industries residency program.
Brisbane City Council’s creative grants program is again open for applications – and it could help you get into the rehearsal room with Broadway greats.
Along with shining a light on the country’s arts supporters, the winners of this year’s Creative Partnerships Awards signify the importance of strong leadership in philanthropy.
Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize now has a prize pool of $45,000 with the introduction of a new category in 2020 which encourages entries from emerging Indigenous artists.
Nominations are now open for a suite of awards offered by the Australia Council for the Arts, including the 2020 Australia Council Awards, the Red Ochre Awards and the inaugural National Arts and Disability Awards, recognising the contribution of a diverse range of Australian artists.
With hundreds of art prizes and awards in Australia, knowing the ones to choose isn't easy when it comes to positioning your artwork.
The Lyn McCrea Memorial Drawing Prize, presented by Noosa Regional Gallery, is now open to entries from emerging and established artists across Australia.
Responding to feedback from the sector, the NSW Minister for the Arts has reworked how grants are assessed and delivered, including an opportunity for arts leaders to be involved.
A truly multi-disciplinary experience with a focus on supporting new work, Bundanon Trust is calling for applications to its 2020 Artist-in-Residence program
Australia’s capital territory is increasingly focused on supporting artists and creatives.
A community arts hub that fosters the talents of local and regional artists in Wodonga will soon be subject to a $10 million redevelopment.
Set aside some time and nominate the important person in your life who helps you make great art happen.
Expressions of Interest are now invited for this significant opportunity to install an iconic artwork in the heart of the city.
Five grant types on offer across the visual and performing arts, covering venue hire costs and providing over $20,000 for individual projects.
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