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Image: supplied (L- R) Majhid Heath, Rob Braslin and Tom Waugh on the set of Vale Light.

Always Was, Always Will Be. Op-ed by Majhid Heath

To celebrate NAIDOC Week 2020, Create NSW asked four talented NSW artists and screen practitioners to share with us their response to the question: What does the 2020 NAIDOC theme […]More

Published: 11 November 2020



Courtesy Aaliyah Bradbury.

Always Was, Always Will Be. Op-ed by Aaliyah Bradbury

To celebrate NAIDOC Week 2020, Create NSW asked four talented NSW artists and screen practitioners to share with us their response to the question: What does the 2020 NAIDOC theme […]More

Published: 11 November 2020



Thea Perkins standing in front of clouds background. Credit: Lille Madden.

Always Was, Always Will Be. Op-ed by Thea Perkins

To celebrate NAIDOC Week 2020, Create NSW asked four talented NSW artists and screen practitioners to share with us their response to the question: What does the 2020 NAIDOC theme […]More

Published: 11 November 2020



Ian RT Colless Picture by Chris Pavlich

Always Was, Always Will Be. Op-ed by Ian RT Colless

To celebrate NAIDOC Week 2020 Create NSW asked four talented NSW artists and screen practitioners to share with us their response to the question: What does the 2020 NAIDOC theme […]More

Published: 11 November 2020



NAIDOC Week 2020: What’s On in NSW across Arts and Screen!

NAIDOC Week is a celebration of the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and offers a great opportunity for you to participate in a range […]More

Published: 11 November 2020



Shivanjani Lal's Studio. Photo by Jacquie Manning, courtesy Parramatta Artists' Studios.

Talking fellowships and practice with 2019 Create NSW and Visual Arts Emerging Fellow Shivanjani Lal

On the eve of this year’s announcement of the 2020 Fellow at Artspace, hear from the 2019 Create NSW and Artspace NSW Visual Arts Emerging Fellow, Shivanjani Lal. Shivanjani discusses […]More

Published: 11 November 2020



30 Years of Sixty Five Thousand (detail), Bangarra Dance Theatre. Photo: Daniel Boud

Over $30 million to restart NSW arts & cultural organisations

The NSW Government has announced stage 2 of the $50 million rescue and restart package for NSW arts and cultural organisations to ensure the sector continues to make an important contribution to the NSW economy during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.More

Published: 10 November 2020



Exterior of Orange Regional Gallery extension. Credit: Orange Regional Gallery.

Ground-breaking state-of-the-art gallery extension for Orange

Following a recent ground-breaking ceremony, work is now set to begin on the $5 million extension to the Orange Regional Gallery, supported by the NSW Government’s Regional Cultural Fund. The […]More

Published: 26 October 2020



Image: Fausto Brusamolino with Michaela Gleave. Credit: Christopher Snee, AGNSW

Michaela Gleave’s messages of hope and love to fill Sydney’s sky

Message of hope, messages of love is a new major public artwork by artists Michaela Gleave, which will be projected from the roof of the Art Gallery of NSW and […]More

Published: 16 October 2020



Veronica Collins’ mural acknowledging the Wiradjuri People as Traditional Owners of the Land. Photo courtesy Griffith City Council.

Revitalised Theatre for Griffith

A striking mural representing the Wiradjuri People now welcomes visitors to the upgraded Griffith Regional Theatre thanks to support from the NSW Government’s Regional Cultural Fund. The Upgrade and Revitalisation […]More

Published: 12 October 2020



Frequency

Create NSW and Screen NSW partner with Audible to deliver new $240K podcast program

Frequency, a new $240,000 podcast program from Create NSW and Screen NSW in partnership with Audible, the world’s largest producer and provider of original spoken word entertainment and audiobooks, will […]More

Published: 9 October 2020



Shifting, ADYF 2019, FLING Physical Theatre. Image: Shuttermain

Greater capacity at theatres, cinemas and corporate events

Entertainment facilities including theatres, cinemas and concert halls across NSW will be able to increase their capacity to 50 per cent and corporate events at function centres will be able to welcome up to 300 attendees from next week.More

Published: 25 September 2020



Laying the foundations for the Sydney Modern Project

An important construction milestone for the Sydney Modern Project was achieved in September when the concrete foundations began to be poured for the Art Gallery of NSW’s new building. Providing […]More

Published: 17 September 2020



LGA Arts and Cultural Program recipients announced

The Local Government Authorities (LGA) Arts and Cultural Program will provide more than $6.6 million in total funding to Councils across NSW to support the delivery of activities over the […]More

Published: 15 September 2020



Playwright Ang Collins, 2020 recipient of the inaugural Incubator Fellowship, in partnership between Create NSW and Griffin Theatre Company. Image supplied by Griffin Theatre Company.

Ang Collins awarded the inaugural NSW Incubator Fellowship

Playwright Ang Collins has been selected as the first recipient of the inaugural Incubator Fellowship, established through a new partnership between Create NSW and Griffin Theatre Company to support an […]More

Published: 11 September 2020



Write North Writers' Group Residency recipients L-R: Robyn Cadwallader, Julie Keys, Nigel Featherstone.

Create NSW and Byron Writers Festival announce recipients of the inaugural Write North Writers’ Group Residency

Byron Writers Festival and Create NSW have announced the recipients of their inaugural Write North Writers’ Group Residency for a group of mid-career and established NSW writers – Robyn Cadwallader […]More

Published: 2 September 2020