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Written submissions for the Arts Plan closed on 12 April 2019 and over 100 have been received.
You can now have your say on the development of an Arts Plan for South Australia via an online survey.
A message from the Arts Plan Consultants
We are developing an Arts Plan that will articulate the future vision for arts and culture in South Australia.
Front Page Grants
The girl who jumped off the Hollywood sign by Joanne Hartstone. Photo: Tom Kitney
Closing Date: 28-Apr-2019
Image: Spinners Tara Jade Samayai, Lina Limosani, Kialea-Nadine Williams by Limosani Projekts. Photo: Camlight Productions, Chris Herzfeld
Producer and Presenter grants support the development of a strong and sustainable ecosystem for the South Australian arts and cultural sector.Closing Date: 28-Apr-2019
The Richard Llewellyn Deaf and Disability Arts (RLDDA) program supports projects and initiatives by South Australian practising professional Deaf and disabled artists.
Funding is available for individual artists, organisations and groups where Deaf and disabled artists are the project initiators and primary recipients of the funding.Closing Date: 06-May-2019
Project Grants support independent artists in the development of new work and its production or presentation. The grant also assists touring and expansion of markets of new and existing works, regionally, nationally and internationally.Closing Date: 25-Feb-2019
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Located in Adelaide's West End, the Queen's Theatre is the oldest purpose-built theatre on mainland Australia and is available to hire for arts, cultural or community events.
Built in late 1840, it is of national heritage significance and predated only by the Theatre Royal in Hobart, Tasmania.
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South Australia's arts industry continues to innovate and inspire throughout the state, as well as nationally and internationally.
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