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Hissyfest 2017 – Tantrum Youth Arts’ Annual Short Play Festival: Applications Open!

Hissyfest 2017: Hot + Cold Tantrum's Annual Short Play Festival Civic Playhouse, 10 - 11 November, 2017 SCRIPT SUBMISSION DEADLINE EXTEND... More

New Commission for Artists: 2 x $4,000 Art Installations

Lake Macquarie City Council is calling for expressions of interest from Artists to create enviro-focused installations at Speers Point Park ... More

Create NSW opens call to regional NSW councils to stage Live and Local micro-music festivals

Local councils, businesses and musicians across regional NSW are being encouraged to work together as part of an initiative that will see lo... More

City of Newcastle: Council Support for Arts and Cultural Organisations in Newcastle program

The City of Newcastle's Council Support for Arts and Cultural Organisations in Newcastle program is now open. The purpose of the funding ... More

Tantrum Engagement Survey

We want to know how and why you engage with Tantrum. What could we be doing to make our programs and activities more relevant and benefic... More

Palace Theatre Poster Project – Artist Call Out II CLOSES 6 JULY

Calling artists, designers, (trouble) makers, shakers and doers to design your own theatre poster for an International Paste Up Project feat... More

Staged Reading Adaptation of Taming of the Shrew – CALL FOR ACTORS

*CALL OUT  FOR PROFESSIONAL, TALENTED, SHARP, ADAPTABLE ACTORS* AUDITION WORKSHOP SATURDAY 1st JULY Where: Catapult Studios 880... More

Creative Streets – Transforming Maitland PROGRAM NOW OPEN

Maitland City Council is working to brighten the streets and transform the built environment through creative initiatives. Creative Streets ... More

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