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Image credit: Others, a solo exhibition at Devonport Regional Gallery, Colin Langridge. Photographer: David Martin

New Artist Investment Program

Arts Tasmania is introducing a new Artist Investment Program to be rolled out in 2015, for projects commencing in 2016. This program replaces the former Individual Artists program.

Image credit: The 3rd Door, Wisp, 2014, vinyl

Policing public art

Design collective The 3rd Door and Matt Westlake recently completed the public art that features in the new Glenorchy Police Station.

Investing in Tasmanian arts organisations

2015 funded arts organisations announced

The Tasmanian Government has allocated funding of more than $2.2 million to support 24 Tasmanian arts organisations to deliver outstanding arts experiences around the state in 2015.

Crowbar

Crowbar crowdfunding incentive program launched

Arts Tasmania today announced a pilot crowdfunding incentive program, Crowbar, designed to support professional arts projects and stimulate the demand side of the market for Tasmanian work.

Artists media kit

Artists' Media Kit: a guide to getting free publicity

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.

Social media strategy

Arts Tasmania goes social

Arts Tasmania has just pressed the big red button on our social media strategy and now have a presence on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Google+.