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In My Neighbourhood – apply now!

Sydney City of Film, Melbourne City of Literature and Adelaide City of Music, members of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network, are offering an opportunity for creative practitioners in Victoria, New […]More

Published: 20 October 2017



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 conference and arts program will shine a light on excellence […]More

Published: 18 October 2017



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 in association with Create NSW. Ahead of its release on […]More

Published: 18 October 2017



Create NSW ramps up screen content and professional opportunities across the state

This year’s Create NSW Industry and Audience Development Program funding has supported a total of 19 projects through a grant of $199,500, including a screening program for teachers and students, […]More

Published: 5 October 2017



NSW Government bolsters arts infrastructure across the cities

The NSW Government has announced new arts funding to support innovative smaller-scale capital projects that increase and strengthen participation in arts, screen and cultural activities across Newcastle, Western Sydney and […]More

Published: 3 October 2017



Heading to LA?

We are calling for applications from NSW-based practitioners for the Create NSW hotdesks at Charlie’s, the Australians in Film creative workspace for the Australian screen production community in Los Angeles. Charlie’s is managed by […]More

Published: 28 September 2017



Kevina-Jo Smith at This is Not Art 2017 (TiNA)

As aspiring and emerging artists and art lovers from around the country get set to converge on Newcastle for This is Not Art 2017, we sat down with Blue Mountains […]More

Published: 26 September 2017



Regional NSW to host micro music festivals

Streets, parks and businesses in regional towns will come alive as part of a NSW Government initiative to take micro music festivals to the bush for the first time. Orange, […]More

Published: 26 September 2017



Talent Camp: Responding to audience demand for rich and engaging stories

In June this year, in partnership with Australian Film Television & Radio School (AFTRS) and Screen Australia, we opened a call for emerging content creators and storytellers from diverse backgrounds […]More

Published: 22 September 2017



Create NSW brings immersive arts projects to life through first VR funding

Create NSW has announced the first recipients to benefit from funding for artists and cultural practitioners to develop their skills and extend their audiences through immersive arts in the field […]More

Published: 12 September 2017



NSW visual artists vie for $50k Create NSW Fellowship in partnership with Artbank

Seven artists have been shortlisted for this year’s NSW Visual Arts Fellowship (Mid-career/Established), with one artist or partnership set to receive a cash amount of $30,000 from Create NSW, a […]More

Published: 7 September 2017



Q&A: Julie McCrossin

Sydney’s first Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras ended in shocking violence and multiple arrests. Julie McCrossin played a part in the events of that day and night in 1978. Forty […]More

Published: 31 August 2017



Create NSW & ABC announce latest 2017 VR development slate

Create NSW and the ABC have announced the latest projects set for production under the 360 Vision VR Development initiative, with six new immersive virtual reality (VR) projects sharing the […]More

Published: 29 August 2017



Q&A: Justin Shoulder

NSW artist Justin Shoulder is currently in residence at PACT Centre for Emerging Artists – working on his new performance work Carrion, which will be presented at the upcoming 2017 Liveworks Festival of […]More

Published: 23 August 2017



Create NSW announces 12 new screen productions for the state including three feature films and four television dramas

NSW screen sector set to be busy with 12 new projects to go into production. Create NSW CEO Michael Brealey said the screen productions, which include drama and factual programs, […]More

Published: 22 August 2017



What we do after dark: Clare Holland

Live music is essential to cities, with over half of Australia’s population attending a live music performance each year.* Engaging with live music culture builds communities and connections, and creates […]More

Published: 22 August 2017



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