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Commonwealth Government Artbank
Artbank is an Australian Government art acquisition and appreciation program through which contemporary Australian art is purchased and made available for display in public places in Australia and official posts overseas
Commonwealth Government Arts and culture funding and support
Information on grants, funding programs and other opportunities provided by the Office for the Arts (OFTA). Also includes details of tax incentives, royalty schemes, awards and lending rights
State Government Arts Tasmania: Funding (grants and loans)
Details of grants, loans, awards, fellowships and other opportunities provided by Arts Tasmania, including application processes and forms
State Government Arts Tasmania: Register of Peers
arts@work seeks expressions of interest from contemporary artists to be included on the Tasmanian Government Art Site Scheme Register of Peers. This is a database of artists who are interested in attending Selection Panel meetings, where artists are chosen for public art commissions under the Tasmanian Government Art Site Scheme. Downloadable application form
State Government arts-e resources
A PDF package of resources that has been collated by arts@work to assist artists and arts organisations across artforms to develop their skills, connections, profile and business practices
State Government arts@work
Business unit of Arts Tasmania with responsibility for the economic development of the arts and cultural industry in Tasmania, including employment, commissioning and export opportunities
Local Government Sorell Council: Community and Events
Sorell Council list of news and events
State Government Tasmanian Arts Advisory Board
The Board provides policy and funding advice to the State Government, and is comprised of members from various sectors of the arts and the wider community
State Government Tasmanian Early Years Foundation: Creative Connections Program
Information Creative Connections, a joint program between the Tasmanian Early Years Foundation (TEYF) and the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG) to develop support and programs for creative art experiences for young Tasmanians
State Government Tasmanian Government's Public Art
arts@work is responsible for the administration of the Tasmanian Government Art Site scheme and the Corporate Art scheme
Local Government Youth Arts and Recreation Centre
Youth Arts and Recreation Centre is Hobart City Council's dedicated youth space for youth arts and recreation. It provides activities and programs and creative spaces for people aged 12 to 25 years of age

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