Belvoir Reopens Downstairs Theatre to Independent Artists 

November 22, 2017By adminFellowships, Independent Theatre, NSW Arts News, Opportunity, Professional Development, Theatre Sector News, Valuing the Arts, Venues/Theatres No Comments

Fabulous news from Belvoir that we thought we’d share: 25A Announced: In 2018 Belvoir will launch a new independent theatre program which will see the beloved Downstairs Theatre given to teams of artists for free. “This is the lynchpin of our support for independent and emerging artists,” said Flack.“There’s nothing so valuable when you’re learning your … Read More

Richard Wherrett Fellow – Jessica Arthur

February 10, 2017By adminFellowships, Theatre Sector News No Comments

Jessica Arthur is the current Sydney Theatre Company Richard Wherrett Fellow, a position created in memory of the former Artistic Director. It is an opportunity for an emerging director to work within the Company to develop their craft and understanding of the theatre industry. Jessica’s directing credits include Intoxication by Christopher Bryant (La Mama Courthouse), Unend by Harry Black for Never Never … Read More

A big blog of February grant & fellowships

January 31, 2017By adminAustralia Council for the Arts, Diversity, Fellowships, Funding, NSW Arts News, Support, Theatre Sector News No Comments

Charles Perkins Centre Writer in Residence Fellowship The Charles Perkins Centre Writer in Residence Fellowship will recognise an Australian writer working in a creative genre (including fiction, poetry, performance, creative non-fiction, digital media, screen) who has published a major work, or has had it performed/produced professionally within the past five years. The Charles Perkins Centre … Read More

ATYP Scholarships closing 5 December

November 18, 2016By adminFellowships, Opportunity, Scholarships, Youth Theatre No Comments

$40,000 IN RESIDENCIES & SCHOLARSHIPS FOR YOUNG ARTISTS IN 2017 Rebel Wilson & Rose Byrne Scholarships ATYP is pleased to offer two unique scholarship opportunities for young Australians aged 18–26. Partnering with G’Day USA and the Australian Theatre Company (LA), each recipient will receive $10,000, year-long mentoring with ATYP in Sydney, and the opportunity to … Read More