Restart: Tantrum Outpost

Tantrum Outpost is a new initiative by Tantrum Youth Arts in partnership with Arts Upper Hunter to establish ongoing creative workshop programs for young people in regional areas led by regional artists. The goal is to create sustainable programs that provide regional young people with creative opportunities they may not otherwise have access to. Guided…

History Council of NSW Awards and Prizes

Submissions close: 1 October 2022 The HCNSW Annual History Awards celebrate history in all its diverse forms. From the history makers and its thinkers to collective memory and multicultural history, our Awards & Prizes support and acknowledge contributions towards historical practice and theory, through exploring the past to engage and inform the memories and historical…

National Arts and Disability Awards 2012-24

Nominations close: 2 August 2022 The Australia Council National Arts and Disability Awards 2022-24 celebrate the work and achievements of both established and young artists, and the significant contribution of artists with disability to the vibrancy of Australian arts. The National Arts and Disability Award (Established Artist): $50,000 The National Arts and Disability Award (Young…

Dobell Exhibition Grants

Applications close: 1 September 2022 The Dobell Exhibition Grant program provides financial assistance towards the development of new, curated exhibitions of visual arts at regional galleries in New South Wales. The program aims to support high quality exhibitions that speak to a broad audience across NSW. For all the details please visit https://mgnsw.org.au/sector/funding/grants-we-administer/gallery-grants/dobell-exhibition-grant/

National Emerging Art Prize 2022

Entries close: 1 September 2022 The National Emerging Art Prize was established to provide a highly visible national platform to identify, promote and support the most promising emerging visual and ceramic artists in Australia. Offering a total prize pool of $30,000, up to 25 finalists will be invited to participate in an exhibition in November…