$300K For NSW Artists and Arts and Cultural Organisations

The NSW Government has announced a new Service Needs Strategic Fund for arts, screen and cultural organisations, to meet the demand for professional development and capacity-building across the sector. $300,000 in targeted support will be made available in 2021 for NSW organisations to provide services, resources, and skills and career development for the arts and…

Entries for 2021 Sculpture on the Farm Now Open

Entries are now being called for Sculpture on the Farm being held 1st to 10th October 2021. Wide range of categories and prizes. You can submit up to 4 works. This year large sculptures will be at “Fosterton”, 824 Fosterton Road, Fosterton, and smaller sculptures will be displayed in 3 venues in Dungog. For all…

Baerami Bush Dance & Campout 2021 on 1 May 2021

With COVID restrictions currently allowing dancing,the organisers are looking forward to holding the Baerami Dance again in 2021. However, final arrangements will be dependent on the restrictions in place at the time – please keep in touch. They may need to alter the usual format and type of dances to ensure COVID protocols are followed.…

NSW Government’s Live Music Support

If you operate a live music venue that has suffered financial hardship as a result of COVID-19, you may be eligible for funding from the NSW Government’s Live Music Support package. This funding helps live music venues stay open and create employment opportunities for musicians, promoters and technicians. Eligible businesses can apply for funding to…

The Pad @ The Royal presents Is This Jazz?

 Is This Jazz? features Paul McNamara and Sally Corbett who are Another World Duo with Special guest Craig Scott. The PAD @ The Royal is a new music and performance venue. Sunday 18 April, 4pm Royal Hotel, Dungog. Tickets available now https://www.trybooking.com/events/landing?eid=721505& BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL This event is supported by: .

Regional Events Acceleration Fund

Applications close: 17 December 2021, or when fund is fully committed. To support the social and economic recovery of our regions, the NSW Government’s $20 million Regional Events Acceleration Fund helps organisations to attract new major international and domestic events to regional areas and supports existing regional events to grow even bigger and better. The…