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APPLICATIONS OPEN | The 2017 Coal & Allied Singleton Art Prize

Applications are now open for the Coal & Allied 2017 Singleton Art Prize Applications close 30 June 2017. Various categories and cash p... More

Survey into the arts and cultural sector of the Lower Hunter

Octapod is conducting a survey into the arts and cultural sector of the Lower Hunter as we want to hear what people think is needed to conti... More

BOOK RELEASE – LIES OF GOLD by Jan Selbourne

LIES OF GOLD, written by local Australian author, Jan Selbourne, and published by Christopher Matthews Publishing, Boston, USA, has been rel... More

Tantrum Youth Arts Seeking Expressions of Interest for 2017 Board of Directors

You are a leader. You are passionate, determined and connected. You have a unique perspective and skillset and want to see your efforts crea... More

CBD Office Space to let

Hi, I have two small office spaces for lease in the Corona Building on Hunter St in the CBD.  The rooms can be leased singly or both to... More

Port Stephens Council | Grant Program CLOSES 8 MAY

Port Stephens Council provides grants to the community to assist in the provision of projects or services that support Council's strategic... More

Create NSW | Arts and Cultural Development Funding Program NOW OPEN

Create NSW offers direct funding to organisations, artists, practitioners and arts and cultural workers through the Arts and Cultural Devel... More
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GRANTS: The City of Newcastle Grants and Sponsorship Program NOW OPEN

The City of Newcastle's Grants and Sponsorship Program is now open. Grants are available through the following programs: Economic Deve... More

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