Arts Tasmania and arts@work have developed a range of programs and publications to assist, support and inform artists and arts organisations.
Publications to assist with funding programs
The following publications and documents are provided to assist you with your application when applying for funding through Arts Tasmania's grants and loans programs.
Please visit funding for more information about how our grants and loans programs can help you with your arts practice or support your arts organisation.
Roving curator program
Through our Small Museums and Collections Program, Arts Tasmania provides grants and loans to assist with the curatorial and collection management practices of smaller public and community collections and museums.
To find out how our roving curators can help your organisation with the development, care and/or use of a collection, visit the Roving Curator Program page.
Artists' media kit
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.
Arts business and artform resources
Arts business and artform resources is a collection of links to websites that may assist artists and arts organisations across all artforms to develop their skills, connections, profile and business practices. They are organized by art form including music, writing, design, performing and visual art and more as well as arts business links that cover financial support, governance and marketing.
arts-e newsbyte is arts@work's fortnightly newsletter highlighting the latest state, national and international arts opportunities including arts specific employment; funding opportunities; commissions; development and profile opportunities; and spaceBank and stuffBank listings. arts-e newsbyte is sent straight to your email address every second Wednesday.
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To read previous editions of the arts-e newsbyte see past editions of arts-e newsbyte.
For more Arts Tasmania and arts@work publications see the publications page.