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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Cloud Heaven: Robert ‘Thom’ Smith & Harriet ‘Angelmouse’ Body

Arts NSW staff member, Grace Archibald interviews Artist Support funding recipients Robert ‘Thom’ Smith and Harriet ‘Angelmouse’ Body. Robert ‘Thom’ Smith[...]More

Sydney historian Paul Irish.

Introducing the 2015 NSW History Fellow, Paul Irish

For Paul Irish, studying ancient history in high school sparked a lifelong passion for discovering the ‘real story’ behind cultures.[...]More

Shaun Parker. Photo courtesy of Shaun Parker & Company

Backing the stars of tomorrow: The rise and rise of Shaun Parker

Shaun Parker and Company was named winner of the NSW Creative Achievement Award for Emerging Creative Talent in May.[...]More

Poetry in Action performers Stephanie McLelland, Tom Nauta, Grace Naoum, 2015. Photo: Bryce Youngman

All the world’s a stage: Youth find their voice with Poetry in Action

Poetry in Action uses poetry as a medium to communicate and inspire youth to discuss relevant topics.[...]More

Vic McEwan on board the National Museum's Enterprise paddle steamer, Lake Burley Griffin, 2015. Photo: Heidi Pritchard

What do business, health and museums have to do with art? Vic McEwan

Our inaugural Regional Fellow Vic McEwan in his own words, on the work he's undertaking with the National Museum of[...]More

What do the silos mean to you?

The Silos Project is a collaborative project of Arts OutWest, Legs On The Wall and The Corridor Project.[...]More

Artstate Lismore 2017: Q&A with Soumik Datta

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

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

Q&A with Western Sydney video artist Heath Franco

Western Sydney video artist, Heath Franco was awarded the 2015 NSW Visual Arts Emerging Fellowship. We spoke to Heath about his Fellowship[...]More

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

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