Artistic and cultural showcase

DOBBY performing live at the 4ESydney Festival, 2019. Photo by Zach Janus.

Hip-hop artist Rhyan Clapham aka DOBBY is bringing the beat to Sydney’s Biennale

Hip-hop artist DOBBY talks about his experiences of being part of the 4ESydney HipHop Festival for the 22nd Biennale of[...]More

June Butterworth, Creativity Village program, Abel Tasman Village, 2019. Photo by Sam Holt.

Exercise, dance, and art making is what awaits you at ‘Life (And Death) In The Abstract’

Frail and dementia affected residents at Abel Tasman Village are reanimated with a little artistic practise with Life (And Death)[...]More

Sweatshop Women. Photo by Bethany Pal.

Women of colour find their voice at Sweatshop

Winnie Dunn is a Tongan-Australian writer and arts worker from Mt Druitt. As the General Manager of Sweatshop: Western Sydney[...]More

Image: Fiona Winning.

How to put together a winning program

As Director, Programming at Sydney Opera House, Fiona Winning has one of the most coveted and colossal curatorial roles in[...]More

Riana Head-Toussaint performing in Dignity of Risk (2017), photo taken by Tracey Schramm.

Riana Head-Toussaint is moving and shaking the status quo in choreography

Multidisciplinary artist, Riana Head-Toussaint, is a finalist for the 2020 Keir Choreographic Award. We spoke to Riana about her work[...]More

Ravenswood Australian Women's Art Prize Professional Artist Winner Joanna Braithwaite with her artwork, Bold and the Beautiful.

An interview with artist Joanna Braithwaite – Ravenswood Women’s Art Prize winner

After winning the Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize – 2019 Professional Artist Prize, Joanna Braithwaite shares her insights and journey,[...]More

Jennifer Turpin, Ravenswood Women's Art Prize Patron. Image by Ian Hobbs.

Jennifer Turpin highlights the plight of the environment through her work

Jennifer Turpin offers advice to emerging artists wanting to break into the industry and insights into applying to the Ravenswood[...]More

Chris Casali with her artwork Oh Wollemi, 2019, Graphite Watercolour on Yupo, 200 x 150 cm.

Chris Casali’s Mutawintji Dreaming Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art

With four weeks left to enter Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize, Create NSW spoke with the winner of its Emerging[...]More

Australian actress Belinda Giblin

Belinda Giblin celebrates 50 years in the biz with a comic turn in David Williamson’s new play, Family Values

Australian actress Belinda Giblin has been lighting up the stage and TV since the 70s. And as she clocks up[...]More

Return of Kings, ArtsLab Uncanned (2019), Shopfront Arts Co-Op. Photo by Tim da-Rin.

Shopfront Arts Co-op funds major renovation through fundraising

Shopfront Arts Co-op funds major renovation through fundraising. Shopfront $2 million heads toward completion in April 2020. We spoke to[...]More

Billy McPherson and Googoorewon Knox in Black Drop Effect, Sydney Festival 2020. Photo by Christopher Woe.

Interview with director Felix Cross – Black Drop Effect

Produced by Bankstown Arts Centre, and directed by Felix Cross, Black Drop Effect is an immersive, multi-layered experience that draws[...]More

Billy McPherson and Googoorewon Knox in Black Drop Effect, Sydney Festival 2020. Photo by Christopher Woe.

Interview with Yuwaalaraay woman and writer of Black Drop Effect – Nardi Simpson

Ahead of its run at Sydney Festival, Nardi Simpson spoke with Create NSW about her new play, Black Drop Effect.[...]More

Encounter, Sydney Festival 2020. Photo by Heidrun Lohr.

ENCOUNTER is bringing a new experience to audiences in Western Sydney

FORM Dance Projects, Sydney Youth Orchestras and FLING Physical Theatre Australia have teamed up to create a new site-specific work[...]More

Aaron McGrath and Chenoa Deemal in Black Cockatoo, Sydney Festival 2020. Photo by Christian Trinder.

The untold story of the first Australian cricket team comes to life in Black Cockatoo

Black Cockatoo uncovers the story of 13 Aboriginal men from country Victoria, who in 1868 became the first Australian cricket[...]More

Karla Dickens

Artist Karla Dickens brings the secret history of Aboriginal circus performers to the Big Top

Create NSW’s 2018/19 Creative Koori – Arts & Cultural Projects fund, Karla Dickens is creating a new multidisciplinary touring exhibition,[...]More

Jeremy Hawkes at Berlin Art Institute (BAI). Berlin Artist Residency, Art School & Arts Incubator on 25 October, 2019. Photo courtesy the artist.

Create NSW Fellow Jeremy Hawkes brings his art practice to life during a residency in Berlin

As a recipient of Create NSW’s Creative Development Fellowship this year, Jeremy shared his experience with his recent residency and[...]More