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$1 million to support NSW visual arts

Career advancing opportunities will be offered to 17 artists and organisations through $1 million in funding from the NSW Government’s Visual Arts Commissioning Program. The successful grants range from $10,000 […]More

Published: 27 June 2022



Revered composer Caitlin Yeo names 2022 Sydney UNESCO City of Film Award recipient

Acclaimed, multi-award-winning screen composer Caitlin Yeo is the recipient of the 2022 Sydney UNESCO City of Film Award, announced at the Closing Night of the 69th Sydney Film Festival. Caitlin […]More

Published: 23 June 2022



Karen Rodgers appointed Director of Arts at Create NSW

Experienced sector leader Karen Rodgers has been appointed as Director of Arts with Create NSW, a newly created role within the NSW Government’s agency responsible for arts, screen and culture. […]More

Published: 16 June 2022



Rolling out the red carpet for Sydney Film Festivals

Local and visiting filmgoers are set to be entertained with a range of exciting and diverse film screenings and events to be held across Sydney. Twenty-three new film festival initiatives […]More

Published: 9 June 2022



NSW Museum Strategy Survey

Create NSW is seeking input from individuals and organisations involved in the NSW Museum and Heritage sector via the NSW Museum Strategy Survey. The data gathered from this survey will […]More

Published: 6 June 2022



Local council arts and cultural program receive funding boost

Communities in 21 local councils across NSW are set to be inspired with exciting, ambitious, and innovative creative programs made possible through 2022/2023 Local Government Authorities (LGA) Arts and Cultural […]More

Published: 31 May 2022



Multi-million dollar arts and culture boost

Audiences and visitors across NSW will soon experience even greater arts-related activities and events, made possible through Round 2 of the NSW Government’s Arts and Cultural Funding Program for 2021-22. […]More

Published: 30 May 2022



Grants to support arts and culture flood recovery

Dozens of arts and cultural organisations, screen practitioners, individual artists and collaborative groups impacted by recent floods will have access to $500,000 in funding. The Recovery Grants for NSW Creatives […]More

Published: 24 May 2022



Registrar General's Building

Heritage Building to inspire creative talent in Macquarie Street East Precinct

One of Sydney’s best-loved public buildings is being given a new lease on life as a creative hub offering some of the state’s brightest arts, screen and creative talent an […]More

Published: 20 May 2022



We are looking for our new Senior Manager, Aboriginal Strategy & Engagement

We are looking to hire a Senior Manager, Aboriginal Strategy & Engagement to join Create NSW! Reporting directly to the Chief Executive Create NSW, the Senior Manager, Aboriginal Strategy & […]More

Published: 17 May 2022



Walsh Bay Arts Precinct wins National Trust Heritage Award

Australia’s newest cultural precinct on Sydney Harbour foreshore wins in Adaptive Reuse category for revitalisation by Tonkin Zulaikha Greer Architects. Walsh Bay Arts Precinct was unveiled earlier this year following […]More

Published: 17 May 2022



Kyas Hepworth appointed Head of Screen NSW

Respected screen and arts executive Kyas Hepworth has been appointed as Head of Screen NSW. During her time at NITV, Hepworth worked across factual, scripted and children’s programming to develop stories […]More

Published: 11 May 2022



Make Music Day International Collaborations 2022

Held annually on 21 June, Make Music Day is a global celebration of music making across more than 1000 cities around the world. Create NSW and The Australian Music Association […]More

Published: 5 May 2022



Western Sydney set to keep lights on for Culture Up Late

Sydneysiders and visitors are set for spectacular nights out, as eight Western Sydney arts and culture organisations keep their lights on – and the entertainment flowing with a series of […]More

Published: 4 May 2022



2022 Screenability films set for the big screen

Three emerging filmmakers living with a disability will see their projects come to life on the big screen, thanks to the NSW Government’s 2022 Screen NSW Screenability Filmmakers Fund. Steve […]More

Published: 8 April 2022



Applications open for $1 million Film Festival Funding

Sydney film festivals and councils can now apply for a share in the NSW Government’s $1 million Film Festival Funding program. The targeted funding, delivered through Screen NSW, will support […]More

Published: 5 April 2022