SALA, the South Australian Living Artists Festival has been supporting visual artists in South Australia since festival supports and promotes more than 4,500 artists, provides exposure for more than 550 arts exhibitions and events and attracts more than 510,000 people to SALA events across the state. Priority: Retain the definition of core academic subjects which includes the arts and strengthen equitable access to arts learning. We are proud of Alberta’s artists, and we are especially proud to provide behind-the-scenes support to the arts. This is a huge win for the arts: not many other subject area programs were retained in this new bill.
Pro Helvetia supports arts and audience projects in Switzerland that engage audiences in personal encounters with the arts and thereby heighten their awareness of artistic works and presentations. The Arts Office partners of Artlinks are pleased to announce that it has upgraded the Artlinks registration process and all activity on this website is now current. Visiting Arts : Promotes and facilitates the inward flow of international arts into England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland and provides resources on funding opportunities as well as information on presenting international work in the UK. Don’t lose your access to more than 7,000 arts professionals working to advance the arts in America!
The Centre for Creative Communities : CCC works in arts and education, cultural exchanges, and urban regeneration by promoting the building of creative and sustainable communities through projects where creativity and learning have pivotal roles. Founded in 1960, Americans for the Arts is the nation’s leading nonprofit organization for advancing the arts and arts education. Kuratorium Junger Deutscher Film (Curatorship of New German Film) supports young filmmakers based in Germany.
It is responsible for developing, sustaining and promoting the arts through the distribution of public money from central government and revenue generated by the National Lottery. Since opening in September 2015, 63 applications have been funded for a total of $2 018 014, investing in vibrant arts and cultural projects across the state. Throughout Flagstaff we serve the larger arts and sciences community with grant funding, promotional support, advocacy and community-wide initiatives and programming.
The Indigenous Visual Arts Industry Support (IVAIS) program supports a professional, viable and ethical Indigenous visual arts industry with strong participation by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. With initiatives of our own we take up topical developments in the arts scene and lay the foundations of new networks for Swiss cultural practitioners at home and abroad.