The Indigenous Visual Arts Industry Support program helps fund the operations of around 80 Indigenous-owned art centres, and a number of art fairs, regional hubs and industry service organisations that are at the heart of Australia’s world-famous Indigenous visual art movement. OAC has established a funding program dedicated to Deaf artists and artists with disabilities The program supports the creation and production of new work, and professional development through grants of up to $10,000. Pro Helvetia supports aspiring artists primarily via partnerships with recognised institutions in Switzerland and abroad. In 2015-16, the Ontario Arts Council funded 1,676 individual artists and 1,125 organizations in 209 communities across Ontario for a total of $50.5 million. Joyce supports capacity and infrastructure building of small to mid-size arts organizations set in communities of color. The cultural centres present Swiss arts in international hubs of cultural life.
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The Department of Art & Media offers internationally acclaimed and ambitious taught courses and research opportunities. Throughout the course of our MA we had a lot of time to experiment, proto-type and try out ideas that we had and it was through this period of experimentation that I began to explore ideas of how to use Social Media in relation to theatrical performance.
Instructors are training students for jobs in animation, illustration, photography, film, TV, video and radio production, web design, visual art and design, virtual technologies, music and digital sound technology, computer graphics, gaming and electronic publishing.
Given the ever-changing mediascape and the rich history of media over the past 150 years, Cinema and Media Studies takes a broad and inclusive view of the field, addressing non-commercial as well as commercial media, examining products and artifacts in and out of the cultural mainstream, and studying media across a broad …
This will follow on from last years North West Frontier, where health professionals, artists and other actors from the field fed into the start of a regional/sub-regional conversation around inequalities, the arts, health and well-being. Live Music Now has for years been promoting and organising professional musicians in special schools, hospitals, hospices and residential homes for the disadvantaged in society, principally for the young with disabilities and for the elderly, has won awards for its activities and is actively involved with projects to demonstrate the positive effects of such music interventions in improving health.
Through the robust services of Atlantic Health System, one of the largest non-profit health care systems in New Jersey and the academic capabilities of Montclair State University, one of the state’s foremost learning institutions, the partnership will offer opportunities to research and develop the ways that arts and health complement each other.