Artistic and cultural showcase

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Here you will find a short showcase featuring some of the talented individuals and organisations that contribute to the arts in NSW.

We will regularly update this section; if you  would like to nominate a production, artist or organisation to be featured here, please use our contact form to submit this to Arts NSW.

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Urban Theatre Projects BLAK BOX external at dusk. Photo by Barton Taylor.

Architect-designed space for conscious deep listening will immerse Sydney Festival visitors in the identity and spirit of place

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Counting and Cracking poster from Sydney Festival. Photo by Daniel Boud and Malith Hegoda.

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Wesley Enoch at Sydney Festival 2018. Photo by Prudence Upton.

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NAIDOC Awards NITV

NAIDOC Week on NITV & the ABC is looking deadly!

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Jannawi Dance Clan - Credit Joseph Mayers City of Sydney

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Gomeroi gaaynggal Centre Possum Skin art

The women of Tamworth’s Gomeroi gaaynggal Centre goes beyond aesthetic by connecting a new generation to local culture

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People viewing the EORA - Dark Emu light projection on the Sydney Harbour Bridge south pylon during Vivid Sydney 2018, Photo Credit: Destination NSW, Photographer: Anna Warr, 2018

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Artstate Lismore 2017: Q&A with Karoline Trollvik

Regional Arts NSW are presenting a stimulating program of regional, national and international speakers for Artstate Lismore 2017. The four-day[...]More

Alison Bell on Australia’s new witty “mum-splaining” satire: The Letdown

The seven-part comedy series, The Letdown, for ABC in Australia and Netflix internationally, was produced with funding support from Screen Australia[...]More

Djiyagan Dhanbaan: Empowering women

Rhonda Radley is a Birrbay woman from Port Macquarie. She is passionate about her connection with the land and promotes[...]More

Cleverman: Ryan Griffen

There are a few reasons to celebrate this week. Cleverman has returned to our screens and it’s NAIDOC week. We[...]More

Q&A with Peta-Joy Williams

Aboriginal artist Peta Joy Williams is a Wiradjuri woman, born in Sydney. PJ has been involved with the Arts since[...]More

Q&A with emerging artist Tyler Grace

“These days I am not just a photographer, I am a storyteller and a conceptual artist. I try my best[...]More

2015 NSW Visual Arts Fellowship (Emerging) Recipient, Heath Franco, THE RAINBOW LANDS, 2015, installation view, Artspace, Sydney. Photo: Zan Wimberley

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Tullara Connors

Q&A with singer/songwriter Tullara Connors

Twenty-three year old Australian singer/songwriter, Tullara Connors has quickly developed a reputation as one of the country’s brightest up and coming[...]More