The perfect gift for the professional artist Give a special NAVA Xmas gift pack to a friend, family member, lover or another which includes a 12-month NAVA Premium Membership to keep them connected with the arts community and develop professional skills. Purchase online for only $84 and you will receive an e-card during business hoursContinue reading “Put NAVA under the Christmas tree”
NAVA is at the front line of securing artists’ rights. Over our 33 year history, NAVA has enabled artists to be able to claim income tax entitlements, moral rights, the resale royalty, has established Viscopy and the Australian Design Alliance, and more – see highlights of our key achievements. Currently NAVA is working on getting paymentContinue reading “3000 new members | NAVA”
Important Community Workshop Organised by the Keep Kiama Council Local Committee this community workshop will encourage the sharing of ideas, strategies and resources that will keep the Keep Kiama Local campaign alive and fresh in everyone’s minds. Our Kiama arts community may be one of the areas hit by the merger, as a non coreContinue reading “Keep Kiama Council Local”
This charity art exhibition and sale is the main annual fundraiser for the work of SCARF – Strategic Community Assistance to Refugee Families. SCARF is a local volunteer-based organisation that supports refugee families who are establishing a new home and life in Wollongong and the Illawarra. Our aim is to strengthen community connections between people from refugeeContinue reading “Art4Refugees”
Social Change 101 Wollongong is a 4 month program running March to June 2015 and is designed for socially minded entrepreneurs looking to develop an idea or grow a social venture or those innovating from within an established organisation, including NGO managers and decision makers who are looking to transform a specific program within theirContinue reading “Social Change 101 | Wollongong”
How to do business with councils Want to know how to maximise your chances of successfully doing business with councils? The Kiama Small Business Forum’s free “How to do business with councils” information session is your opportunity to hear from our Procurement Manager about current procurement and tendering procedures. You will learn about how council’sContinue reading “ArtsBiz | Doing the business of the Arts”
Support our local singer/songwriter Imogen Clark by voting for her song Ceaseless Goodbye. It is in the Finals of the International Songwriting Competition, you can vote for it for the People’s Voice Award. Here’s the link: http://www.radioairplay.com/isc_votes/Teen Voting closes on Monday but you’re able to vote once a day until then.