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Palm Beach to star in new Australian film

Sydney’s picturesque Palm Beach will be the setting for a new feature film to be directed by critically acclaimed filmmaker Rachel Ward. The NSW Government has announced its support for […]More

Published: 15 February 2018



Tropfest Australia

Tropfest Australia, the world’s largest short film festival is back! This Saturday 17 February 2018, from 4pm at Parramatta Park. As always, it is free to attend. Academy Award winner Susan Sarandon will walk the […]More

Published: 15 February 2018



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

Sydney @ Night

Get an extra dose of art and culture at night in Sydney this winter. From local artists to international stars, check out these after dark offerings across the city. Regular […]More

Published: 15 February 2018



Singapore Design Week 2018 to showcase unique Australian creative city ideas

Selected Australian creative talent will travel to Singapore to attend the DesignSingapore Council’s Singapore Design Week 2018 thanks to an initiative of the Australian Singapore Arts Group, funded through the […]More

Published: 14 February 2018



Create NSW announces Travis De Vries as $50k NSW Aboriginal Arts Fellow

Sydney artist Travis De Vries has been announced as this year’s NSW Aboriginal Arts Fellow, completing the suite of 13 Fellows from Create NSW sharing over half a million dollars […]More

Published: 12 February 2018



Churchill Fellowship awarded

Congratulations to Dr. Caroline Butler-Bowdon, Director Strategy & Engagement at Sydney Living Museums, who has been awarded a prestigious 2017 Churchill Fellowship. Dr Butler-Bowdon joins a list of 109 Australians, […]More

Published: 8 February 2018



Create NSW brings award-winning physical theatre production Kaput and global theatre concept BiDiNG TiME to regional NSW

Independent theatre production company Critical Stages has received a $12,500 Community Presenter Touring Grant from Create NSW to tour Tom Flanagan and Koral Chandler’s Kaput to eleven towns in regional […]More

Published: 7 February 2018



Western Sydney Art, Screen and Culture Roundtable – EOIs open now

Expression of Interest applications for the Western Sydney Roundtable are now closed. Are you interested in becoming a member of the Western Sydney Arts, Screen and Culture Roundtable?  We are […]More

Published: 2 February 2018



Arts and culture playing a role in the success of innovation districts

Image – White Bay Power Station, indicative artist impression, subject to change and subject to approvals. Image courtesy of UrbanGrowth NSW. Arts NSW’s research paper “Integrating arts into innovation districts” promotes […]More

Published: 15 February 2017



Cathy Craigie, 2016 NSW Aboriginal Artist Fellowship recipient.

Cathy Craigie talks

Author and arts leader Cathy Craigie was awarded the prestigious 2016 NSW Aboriginal Arts Fellowship. Her goal is to research the fascinating story of the Seven Sisters as told by […]More

Published: 14 December 2016