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This grant supports young artists and arts workers to respond to out-of-round career-building opportunities, where the time frame is out of their control.
Supports professional development activities and opportunities that will significantly develop the career of emerging or professional artists or arts and culture workers.
Creative Development Fellowships are open to individual, established, professional artists and arts workers working in all eligible art forms. The purpose is to provide support for an intensive period of creative development for outstanding individual arts practitioners without the usual constraints and time pressures of delivering a product.
The Australia Council provides financial assistance to recent creative arts graduates who are committed to establishing a career as a professional writer, visual, hybrid or performing artist, or a creative practitioner working in community arts or cultural development.
Provides project and development funding to assist young artists aged 26 and under to develop creative projects with tangible outcomes and pursue career development.
Now in its second year, Cultivate provides seed funding to artists with disability who want to further develop their professional artistic practice. Grants of up to $8,000 will be available for skills or professional development opportunities, mentoring, training, travel and more.
The Education and Arts Ministers' Awards celebrate and reward the valuable contribution made by South Australian arts educators and support teachers (currently working in DECD schools) and artists to instil a knowledge, love and appreciation of the arts in their students at an early age.
This category supports applicants to respond to short notice, out-of-round, career-building opportunities, where the time frame is out of the applicant’s control.
The Australia Council Project Fellowship grants support mid-career and established artists to develop significant creative and/or developmental projects, over a period of up to 12 months.
Career Building grants are designed to assist artists to make the next step in their career and strengthen the local music industry's creative growth.
This category is for projects which increase skills development in the areas of songwriting, arrangement, performance, production, administration, management and marketing for people involved in the Western Australian contemporary music industry.
Supports projects that assist in the initial development of an artist or group in the early stages of their career, which may include demo recordings, development of bio, photographs, brand development, poster and artwork.
This category is to assist Western Australian designers to respond to short-notice career building opportunities to research new markets or attend industry relevant events.
Applications are accepted from artists in the early stages of their careers who can demonstrate exceptional talent, initiative and passion for their work.
'Your Shot' Competition has selected their final 72 from each city along the east coast and sent the contenders for six weeks of proper DJ lessons from DJ Warehouse.
BELL SHAKESPEARE: This venture away from the bard to his near-contemporary, the French playwright Molière, does not disappoint.
Printmaker, teacher, community artist and mother, Anita Iacovella still finds the time to prepare for an upcoming solo show.
Information sessions start on July 17 for all Victorian schools to apply for an artist in school from April 15 2013.
A free morning of finding common language between the arts and educators with a panel of keynote speakers and a live webinar from the Opera House on Monday July 16.
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