COVID-19 Creative Economy Support Package

This package addresses urgent needs within the arts and cultural sector and comprises of two main funding streams: Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) FundObjective: To provide capital to help production and event businesses to put on new festivals, concerts, tours and events as social distancing restrictions ease.Opens: 31 August 2020Closes: 13 September 2020Amount: $75,000Continue reading “COVID-19 Creative Economy Support Package”

FREE WEBINAR: Tax for Artists, Creatives & Freelancers in COVID-19

Free COVID-19 tax webinar presented by Arts industry accountant and artist, Peter Bayliss from boutique accounting agency Into Tomorrow. Tuesday August 25 2020, 12.00 noon This free 90-minute webinar will cover topics that will help you to navigate current tax and COVID-19 impacts on your business as well as helping to build a more robustContinue reading “FREE WEBINAR: Tax for Artists, Creatives & Freelancers in COVID-19”

‘LUMINOUS’ an exhibition by Peter Solness

August 6 – September 2020Since 2006 Peter Solness has worked exclusively as a photographic light painter, a method of photography that requires working in complete darkness, setting long camera shutter exposures, then ‘drawing’ surreally beautiful images using small hand-held torches. Peter is regarded as a pioneer in this genre, winning multiple awards, (including the NSW ParliamentaryContinue reading “‘LUMINOUS’ an exhibition by Peter Solness”

South Coast Ceramics

South Coast Ceramics has emerged from three independent South Coast Ceramic Artists collaborating to create a central website that allows customers to choose options for classes, studio access and handmade ceramics according to their individual needs.  They say the universe is a perfect place and in our case it was. Almost 3 years ago, Zeynep @gerroapotterystudio setContinue reading “South Coast Ceramics”

Dissecting Award Winning Shots: Landscapes – Vol1

I have released my new eBook: Dissecting Award-Winning Shots: Landscapes at a special launching price of US$39.90 Click here to view ebook With 20 articles and 150 pages in total,  there is a lot of valuable information to gain from this book.Foreword by Paul Hoelen Master of Photog. II Commentaries by Peter Eastway Grand MasterContinue reading “Dissecting Award Winning Shots: Landscapes – Vol1”

Meroogal Women’s Art Prize 2020

Entries are now open for the Meroogal Women’s Art Prize 2020, with a prize pool of over $10,000.  Female artists from across NSW are invited to submit works, in any medium, that respond toMeroogal, an 1880s house museum located in Nowra. Selected artworks will be displayed and photographed throughout the property, throwing new light onContinue reading “Meroogal Women’s Art Prize 2020”

Regional Arts Boost Fund

Immediate, mid and long term funding for individuals and organisations strengthening the fabric of the creative ecosystem in regional, rural and remote Australia. Regional Arts Australia are proud to announce The Recovery Boost — a one-off targeted investment provided by the Australian Government. The funding recognises that the creative industries are central to thriving and healthyContinue reading “Regional Arts Boost Fund”

Fern Street Gallery

Fern Street Gallery – The South Coast Destination for Art Lovers, reopened on Friday 5th June 2020. Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays 10am-4pm. They have also created a beautiful video from the gallery (credit to Resident Artist, Jon Harris Photography), feel free to share it far and wide: Who’s in the Window? This fortnight the new displayContinue reading “Fern Street Gallery”

‘BAMAL’ an exhibition by Jaz

BAMAL, at the Art Bar Kiama from 4 June to 2 August 2020. A collection of paintings and photography exploring the connections to Earth (BAMAL) through contemporary Aboriginal iconography and art practice. Using Air-Ink (made from air pollution), and many culturally significant media, local indigenous artist, visual arts teacher, and Wayapa Wuurrk Practitioner, Jaz Corr,Continue reading “‘BAMAL’ an exhibition by Jaz”

WorkLife is back…..are you?

WorkLife has been in a period of partial hibernation. For a handful of existing members we have continued to provide a lifeline to business continuity and productivity.  We are now providing space, focus, safety and connection for returning and new members come. We have been busily adapting, learning and installing the processes and facilities to ensure WorkLife isContinue reading “WorkLife is back…..are you?”

Australia’s largest youth film competition

Help Young Filmmakers in Your Community Win Nextwave 2020!  The Nextwave short film competition, regional Australia’s largest youth film competition, is officially open for entries from young Australians between the ages of 10-25- and this year we want to see the creative talent from your local community.  The official Nextwave competition guidelines can be foundContinue reading “Australia’s largest youth film competition”