Closes 1 March 2021: The NSW Government has announced four inaugural Fellowship programs, valued at up to $30,000 each, to drive the personal, creative and career advancement of NSW artists, practitioners and arts and cultural workers.
The Fellowships will connect emerging artists and cultural workers directly with established arts organisations to provide creative upskilling, mentorship and access to industry experts and opportunities to fulfil their career ambitions.
Applications for the four Fellowships close at 5:00 PM AEDT on Monday 1 March 2021. Learn about each Fellowship below.
The Aboriginal Curator Placement (Emerging) in partnership with Art Gallery of NSW
Two early-career Aboriginal curators will be given the opportunity to deepen their curatorial experience through funding and mentorships, and will deliver two key curatorial and regional engagement projects over nine months. MORE INFO
Conductor: Orchestral Conducting Fellowship with Sydney Youth Orchestra
This Fellowship will support the emerging and early career professional practice of an orchestral conductor through funding and mentorships, and will undertake a broad-ranging professional development and orchestral Fellowship program over 12 months. MORE INFO
NSW Aboriginal Creative Fellowship with the State Library of NSW
This Fellowship will provide an Aboriginal artist, knowledge holder or creative practitioner with the opportunity to undertake creative research through the Library’s Indigenous Collections, and will work towards a presentation outcome. MORE INFO
NSW Musical Theatre Fellowship with Hayes Theatre Co
This Fellowship will offer a composer, musical director and/or creative team to research and develop a new work of musical theatre and will work towards potential development and presentation opportunities. MORE INFO
Image: State Library of NSW. Photo by Bruce York.