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Fossick for opals at the South Australian Museum, create monsters at Carclew, make a Lego animation at the National Motor Museum, or leap into circ
The 2018-19 State Budget delivers a direct funding boost for the South Australian arts sector.
This week the role of Executive Director of Arts South Australia was abolished, resulting in the departure of Executive Director Peter Louca.
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All Arts South Australia grants are open to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists, arts workers and arts and cultural groups based in South Australia.Closing Date: 29-Oct-2018
Project Assistance supports individuals and groups of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists in the creative development, production or presentation of new work. You can seek assistance across literature, performing arts and visual arts, craft and design.Closing Date: 29-Oct-2018
The Individual Artist Development program assists with professional development opportunities. Artists and arts administrators can apply for support to undertake training that is relevant to their art practice, which can include:Closing Date: 29-Oct-2018
Project Seed funding is available to a commissioner towards fees for professional practicing South Australian artists to participate in the concept development stage of a public art project.
An appropriate artist’s fee is determined by:Closing Date: 13-Aug-2018
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Located in Adelaide's West End, the Queen's Theatre is the oldest purpose-built theatre on mainland Australia and is available to hire for arts, cultural or community events.
Built in late 1840, it is of national heritage significance and predated only by the Theatre Royal in Hobart, Tasmania.
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South Australia's arts industry continues to innovate and inspire throughout the state, as well as nationally and internationally.