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NYWF 2017 Zine Fair Call Out

Applications are now open to get a table at the NYWF 2017 Zine Fair. What counts as a ‘Zine’, you ask? If you made it, we want to... More

Creative Partnerships Australia MATCH Lab is open!

MATCH Lab is open! We're now accepting applications for MATCH Lab, our matched funding and professional development program for ind... More

MAKERS. ARTISTS. DESIGNERS & FOODIES FROM MAITLAND & THE HUNTER JOIN THE SPRING SEASONAL OLIVE TREE MARKET

MAKERS. ARTISTS. DESIGNERS & FOODIES FROM MAITLAND & THE HUNTER JOIN THE SPRING SEASONAL OLIVE TREE MARKET In 2015 The Olive Tr... More

Calling all makers, artists and designers. Join The Olive Tree Market. Apply Now!

Calling all makers, artists and designers. Applications for The Olive Tree upcoming dates from September - December are now open! Designe... More

Writers CALL OUT | Critical Animals 2017

WRITERS CALL-OUT Are you creative with words and would like to opportunity for your work to be featured alongside visual artists as a part ... More

Create NSW calls to reward a range of new Fellows

Create NSW is calling on artists and creative practitioners, groups and partnerships from across the state to apply for Fellowships that ena... More

Create NSW opens call for screen practitioners with disability to apply for Screenability Filmmakers Fund

Create NSW is calling on emerging filmmakers with disability to apply for a new Screenability Filmmakers Fund which will support three indiv... More

COMPETITION: GIF this City! Futures of Newcastle

The annual Newcastle International Animation Festival Competition is back again! Each year Newcastle and the Hunter deliver the animation go... More

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