Media releases

Theatre director wins inaugural $30,000 art and technology fellowship

Founder and Artistic Director of Stalker Theatre, Mr David Clarkson has won the inaugural 2015 NSW Art and Technology Fellowship, Deputy Premier and Minister for the Arts, Troy Grant, announced today.

Published: 23 July 2015

Grants and professional development for art and culture in NSW

The NSW Liberals & Nationals Government is investing in the State’s local community museums and galleries and the professional development of people working in this vibrant sector including artists, staff and volunteers.

Published: 22 July 2015

Up-and-coming artists shortlisted for 2015 NSW Government fellowship

Deputy Premier and Minister for the Arts Troy Grant has today announced twelve-up and-coming artists have been shortlisted for the NSW Government’s 2015 NSW Visual Arts Fellowship.

Published: 21 July 2015

New fellowship for Western Sydney artists

Acting Premier and Minister for the Arts Troy Grant today announced the NSW Government has established a new $50,000 annual fellowship to support professional development of artists in Western Sydney.

Published: 10 July 2015

Applications open for $30,000 NSW Government Aboriginal arts fellowship

Acting Premier and Minister for the Arts Troy Grant is calling on Aboriginal artists across the State to apply for a $30,000 NSW Government fellowship to undertake professional development and expand their skills.

Published: 8 July 2015

$500,000 for regional arts fellowships

The NSW Government is further strengthening opportunities for professional regional artists with ten $50,000 fellowships available over the next four years.

Published: 28 June 2015

$275,000 in aboriginal arts funding to develop jobs

NSW Deputy Premier and Minister for the Arts Troy Grant today announced $275,000 in funding for Aboriginal arts and cultural projects that will enable closer collaboration with creative industries and develop job opportunities.

Published: 26 June 2015

Budget strengthens arts across the state

The NSW Liberal & Nationals Government’s Budget will strengthen NSW arts and culture, positioning Sydney as a global centre for arts in the Asia Pacific, growing arts and culture in Sydney’s west and continuing to invest in our regional artists and organisations across the State.

Published: 23 June 2015

Museum free for all weekend

Every man, woman and child will have free general admission to the Powerhouse and Australian Museums on June 27 and 28 as the NSW Government delivers on an election commitment to improve access to arts and culture.

Published: 17 June 2015

Applications open for new $30,000 fellowship to honour composer Peter Sculthorpe

NSW emerging musicians and composers are encouraged to apply for the inaugural Peter Sculthorpe Music Fellowship.

Published: 9 June 2015

NSW Government funding injection for regional theatre

Eight arts organisations across the State will share in almost $400,000 for theatre project funding as part of the NSW Government’s commitment to boost community participation in the arts across regional NSW.

Published: 29 May 2015

Regions benefit from Aboriginal arts and cultural funding

Regional organisations across NSW have shared in $150,000 for arts and cultural projects that celebrate and promote Aboriginal cultural identity.

Published: 27 May 2015

Green light for new Walsh Bay Arts Precinct Concept

The concept plan for a world-class arts and cultural precinct at Walsh Bay has been given planning approval.

Published: 22 May 2015

$680,000 for projects to benefit artists with disabilities

Art organisations across the State have received funding injections of up to $60,000 for projects that involve people with disabilities in professional arts and cultural activities, NSW Deputy Premier and Minister for the Arts Troy Grant announced today.

Published: 8 May 2015

International performance artist mentors leading local artists

Australian artists will have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to work with a world-class artist as a result of Australian and NSW Government support for a major international art event by Kaldor Public Art Projects.

Published: 8 May 2015

Aboriginal public art for redeveloped Dubbo Hospital

Traditional Wiradjuri headbands and skirts will inspire an impressive public artwork to be permanently displayed in the $91.3 million Dubbo Hospital Redevelopment.

Published: 7 May 2015

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