Mural by Jason Parker and Shawn Lu in Crib Lane, Queenstown, part of the The Unconformity Festival, photo by Shane Viper.

Free Arts Tasmania opportunity forums

Arts Tasmania is hitting the road to give you the lowdown on current opportunities through our funding and public art programs.

Stained Glass Roundel from the collection of the St John’s Church, Launceston, Photo: Veronica Macno

Support announced for Tasmanian museums and collections

Eleven small museums and collections around Tasmania will receive support through the latest round of Arts Tasmania’s Roving Curator program.

Lillian Wheatley

Continued investment in Tasmanian artists’ development

Tasmanian Aboriginal jeweller Lillian Wheatley is among a number of artists benefiting from more than $63 000 in grants through Arts Tasmania’s Education Residencies and Aboriginal Arts Program.

Sampa the Great at a festival called PANAMA – photographer: Jorge Serra.

Support for Tasmanian artists and arts organisations

Arts Tasmania will proudly provide more than $146 000 to Tasmanian artists and arts organisations across the state through our latest funding round.

Duncan Meerding

Join the Creative and Cultural Industries Register

We’re seeking expressions of interest from people engaged within the arts, cultural heritage and screen sectors to join the register now.

Despard Gallery booth at Sydney Contemporary 2017, Patrick Hall in front of his artwork. Back wall; paintings by Graham Lang.

New Arts Tasmania funding programs

We are excited to announce three new funding programs for Tasmanian artists.

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.