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Call for Artists: $120,000 Public Art Commission for Lake Macquarie

Lake Macquarie City Council is seeking design proposals for a permanent sculpture to be positioned within a suitable site at Speers Point ... More

Creative Lake Initiative EOI OPEN

Lake Macquarie City Council is calling for submissions for the inaugural Creative Lake Initiative at Lake Macquarie, for three contemporar... More

Upcoming funding opportunities by Newcastle City Council

Newcastle City Council grants and sponsorships Applications for Council's 2018 community grants and sponsorship program opens Monday Ap... More

NAIDOC Week Grants – Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet – closes 3 April 2018

The Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet 2018 NAIDOC Grants round opened on Monday 5th March at 9.00am and will close on Thursday 3... More

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Graphic Design Program

This is going to be an incredible 4 weeks of discovery; learning more about the history of your Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultur... More

The 2018 Brenda Clouten Memorial Travelling Scholarships for Young Achievers in Visual Arts

The 2018 Brenda Clouten Memorial Travelling Scholarships for Young Achievers in Visual Arts are now open to for young Hunter based artists, ... More

Octapod expertise contributes to International Summit

Octapod Development Manager Justine Cogan will participate in the upcoming Art & Artists: Public Galleries Summit held concurrently with... More

Volunteer Writer / Journalist needed for Port Stephens Charity

Volunteer Journalist WANTED We are seeking a community minded person willing to bring their knowledge and goodwill to assist in preparati... More

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