The NSW Tourism Awards work closely with the Inland NSW Tourism Awards, the Hunter and Central Coast Tourism Awards, the North Coast Tourism Awards and the Blue Mountains Awards of Excellence.
These regional awards are happening between May and August and provide
all entrants with a stepping stone to the State Awards and potentially to the
By entering the regional awards you will have judges providing feedback on your
submission prior to entering the NSW Tourism Awards closing, enabling you to
JOHN WILSON’S MASTERCLASS IN OILS WORKSHOP – 1ST & 2ND JUNE
MARION CASEY WORKSHOPS, CHINESE TYPE WATER COLOUR PAINTING - 17TH, 24TH JUNE & 1ST JULY
SINGLETON ART PRIZE: Graeme O’Brien 6574 5185: Winner Announced July 19th
TRIVIA NIGHT – 8TH JUNE
THEATRE PARTY – MOVIE: SONG FOR MARION – 13TH JUNE
TAREE OPEN ART EXHIBITION – 21ST SEPT TO 6TH OCTOBER
PASTEL WORKSHOP WITH REGINA HONA: 16TH – 17TH NOVEMBER
More info www.glas.org.au
34 Lake St, Forster ph: 02-6557 2880
Regional Partnerships Funding supports arts and cultural development partnerships in regional NSW.
This funding supports strategic partnerships across and beyond the arts and cultural sectors, including with local councils and/or other public, private or community sector organisations.
Closing Date - Thursday, 11 July 2013 (for expressions of interest)
Shortlisted applicants will be required to make a final submission by Thursday, 7 November 2013
The Freedman Foundation Travelling Scholarship for Emerging Artists provides assistance towards travel (for educational purposes) and/or tuition costs for young people building a career in the visual arts broadly in the areas of painting, photography or sculpture.
Brushes with Life is a community art project which is modelled on he
successful Bounceback exhibition, which is held in Newcastle during Mental Health Month in October. The aim of the Brushes with Life project is to assist with destigmatising mental illness, to empower people with mental illness issues through their creative strengths and promote wellness through creativity. The project will involve local artists who will engage participants to create
paintings and poetry through a series of community workshops. The art will be
Did you know there are 11.8 million Facebook users in Australia?
Would you like to market your Community Organisation’s activities to families using Facebook?
We would like to establish a Facebook page in each LGA to enable services to share information with the families they work with. The workshops are the first step in achieving this outcome.
The workshops will cover:
How organisations can use Facebook to promote what they do
Facebook profiles, pages and groups
Discover how dance, music, theatre and visual arts can unlock your students’ learning in stimulating and enjoyable ways.
Young people with a disability often experience barriers to
quality arts education and professional arts practice.
Sydney Opera House, Accessible Arts NSW and the Museum of Contemporary Art
Australia (MCA) have partnered to offer teachers in special needs classrooms an
accredited arts education professional development day.
Learn strategies to incorporate the arts into your classroom practice, discuss
Accessible Arts is delighted to announce support from the Australia Council for our integrated dance program Catalyst Dance. Accessible Arts CEO Sancha Donald welcomes the grant of $30,000 saying “The funding of Catalyst Dance 2013 will provide an opportunity for dancers with physical disabilities in NSW to explore their
abilities in a safe yet challenging environment.”
In 2012 Catalyst Dance was a great success engaging industry professionals who
worked alongside dance practitioners and dancers with disability from across the
Guest Speaker Gwyn Clarke was very informative. Her illustrated Australian native plants talk gave our membership many different examples of what can be grown in our region. Gwyn has been very successful in her plant selection for her property which is located on a sandstone ridge around 20 kms out of Nana Glen. A real change from her previous location on the slopes of a 700m Mt Painter in the ACT!
The workshop with Arts Mind North Coast was extremely rewarding. It was a great opportunity to meet young, enthusiastic musicians who were hungry to learn more about the music industry. We met all types of artists, ranging from singer songwriters to punk bands but all with the same goal.. to get a handle on how to advance their career.