Arts Tasmania and the Australia Council are offering the opportunity for up to five Tasmanian performing arts practitioners, administrators or marketers to attend the Australian Performing Arts Market (APAM) roadshow in Melbourne on Friday 24 March 2017.
The Premier's Literary Prizes celebrate Tasmanian stories and writers. Some of the previous winners include: Quentin Beresford, Richard Flanagan, James Boyce, Rohan Wilson, Katherine Johnson and Kathryn Lomer.
Arts Tasmania offers a number of residency opportunities for individual artists, partnerships and collaborations working in any artform to undertake residencies either overseas or at a variety of locations across Tasmania.
Arts Tasmania's Organisations Investment Program supports arts organisations to deliver a range of high quality activities across the state.
Arts Tasmania is proud to announce a new pilot museum standards program to help Tasmanian museums aim for best practice in management, build a significant collection and connect with their community and visitors.
The artists' media kits aims to maximise your chances of gaining media coverage. It provides insight into the media landscape and how best to navigate it and offers useful tips on how to make connections in the media, how to prepare your media release, ways to pitch your story and advice on interview preparation and delivery.