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Craft ACT 2015 Artist-in-Residency Program Expressions of Interest now open - 04/03/2015
Submissions close 5:00pm Friday 22 May 2015.

Maori Weavers Workshop and Artist Talk at the Canberra Glassworks - 04/03/2015
Maori weavers Ruth Port and Mandy Sunlight arrived at Canberra Glassworks to begin their two week residency as International Artists in Residence.

Artist-in-Residence opportunity - 04/03/2015
Wildlife and Botanical Artists and Capital Woodland and Wetlands Trust are collaborating on a national Artist-in-Residence Program at Mulligans Flat and Jerrabomberra Wetlands.

Position Vacant: Manager, Arts Infrastructure and Public Art - 26/02/2015
Applications close 10 March 2015.

Enlighten 2015 starts Friday 27 February! - 26/02/2015
See Canberra in a different light this Autumn.

Seeking applications from artists for the 2015 ACT Artists-in-Schools Program - 26/02/2015
The Artists-in-Schools Program presents young people and their school communities with the opportunity to work with practicing artists.

Arts Residencies ACT funding open from 2 March 2015 - 26/02/2015
Funding of $10,000 is available to assist ACT arts and non-arts organisations to offer interstate or international artists a residency experience in the ACT.

Seeking Humanity - 24/02/2015
A new exhibition of work by Archibald Prize winning artist, Wendy Sharpe, presented by the Asylum Seekers Centre at the Belconnen Arts Centre.

Anzac Centenary Arts and Culture Fund Public Grants Program - 24/02/2015
The Australian Government has announced successful applicants to the Anzac Centenary Arts and Culture Fund Public Grants Program. Congratulations to Canberra Youth Theatre and the Griffyn Ensemble, who have both received funding.

Strathnairn Arts Association People's Choice exhibition - 19/02/2015
Entries for Strathnairn Arts' People's Choice 'Squares 2015' Exhibition now open.

Reference Group established for ACT Arts Policy Framework Review - 19/01/2015
On 16 January 2015, Minister for the Arts Joy Burch MLA announced the formation of a new Reference Group.

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