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Jewellery Casting at Northcity4

homepagelogo2Jewellery Casting is creative and fun and the results are virtually immediate. In our Jewellery Casting course we teach you very simple skills to carve models in wax which then get transformed into jewellery by the ancient art of lost wax casting – EASY!

Anyone can do this entry level course and produce a range of silver jewellery in five weeks. Included in the course is the opportunity to recycle your unwanted silver jewellery and melt and pour metal into your own carved cuttlefish mold.

Click the two images below to see two short movies of the cuttlefish casting process.

You have until this Friday 22/1 to take advantage of our EARLY BIRD price of $400 for the 5 week course starting Saturday 6th February 10am – 1pm

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Copyright Agency Cultural Fund Grants

Applications close 26 February 2016
 The Copyright Agency Board endeavours to support a mix of writing, publishing and visual arts projects from around Australia.

When considering applications to the Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund, the Cultural Fund Committee gives priority to those that support innovation in the Australian creative industries to develop local and foreign markets for Australian works and to projects that are not supported by government funding bodies.

Current areas of focus for the Copyright Agency Cultural Fund include projects that will:

  • provide cultural and educational institutions support to give individual artists, authors and publishers opportunities to develop their professional skills and develop new works;
  • place artists, authors and publishers in educational settings and build awareness of their work in this sector;
  • underpin export market development of Australian publishing and visual arts; and
  • provide Australian content with a profile in the increasingly globalised online environment so that Australians can compete effectively on the domestic and international marketplace for creative works.

Cultural fund allocations are made at the discretion of Copyright Agency’s Board, on the recommendation of the Board’s Cultural Fund Committee.

The Cultural Fund does not typically support the following:

  • living expenses
  • business overhead costs
  • capital works
  • general administrative costs
  • book launches;
  • exhibition openings;
  • publishers to publish/market books;
  • production costs for theatre, film and other performances;
  • digitisation of back issues/ catalogues of works;
  • creation or maintenance of a website for a publishing house, author or artist; and development of apps for devices.
Who Can Apply

If you have a project that meets the Cultural Fund’s guidelines, you may apply online to an advertised round of the Copyright Agency Cultural Fund. The application process is run on the Smartygrants platform on behalf of Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund. The Cultural Fund Committee assesses applications and makes recommendations to the Copyright Agency Board. The Board reviews the Cultural Fund Committee recommendations and makes Cultural Fund allocations.

Applicants to the Copyright Agency Individuals Career Fund must be Australian citizens or permanent residents.

In developing your application, you can contact Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund Manager, Zoë Rodriguez, by email: culturalfund@copyright.com.au or phone +612 9394 7600.

 For more information visit copyright.com.au/culturalfund/guidelines/
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VICARTS Grant Round Open

Round applications close at 5pm, Wednesday 17 February, for activities commencing after 1 June 2016.
 The VicArts Grants program invests in the creative endeavours and professional practice of Victoria’s artists and smaller arts companies. It provides one-off support for discrete projects and programs that will develop and bring dynamism to Victoria’s arts sector.

The program is open to new ideas, new modes of practice and new approaches to delivery that will build on Victoria’s position as a leader in Australia’s creative arts sector. Applications to the program are encouraged from a wide range of art forms and artistic activities.

VicArts Grants will support projects and programs across one or more of the following areas:

  • Creative Development of new works across visual art, literature, cross-disciplinary practice  and performance (including but not limited to dance, theatre, cabaret, opera and music)
  • Presentation of an original art work or curated program (including but not limited to arts festivals or a series of performances, literary works and exhibitions)
  • Collaborations between Victorian Communities and professional artists.
  • National and International residencies/presentations/touring.

The VicArts Grants program accepts applications from individuals and organisations including arts, non-arts, community and local government (also see General Eligibility).

The primary focus of the proposal must include:

  • Victorian-based individual professional arts practitioners (emerging to established) and/or Victorian-based professional arts ensembles and organisations AND an artistic project/program.
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Wyndam Art Prize 2016

Entries close 4pm Monday 15th Feb 2016| 

Call for Entries for the Wyndham Art Prize 2016

  • Non-acquisitive prize of $10,000
  • $6,000 of prizes from Deakin University
  • People’s Choice Award of $2,000

The Wyndham Art Prize (the Prize) is an open prize and exhibition with first prize being awarded as a non-acquisitive prize of $10,000 and a People’s Choice Award of $2,000.  Deakin University also offers a bursary prize, CREATE@DEAKIN*  of $2,000 for a selected artist to study Honours or Masters of Creative Arts and $4,000 for a selected artist to undertake a PhD candidature at Deakin University.

The Prize is conducted by Wyndham Art Gallery (the Gallery) on behalf of the Wyndham City Council. The Prize is open to all Australian artists (citizens of Australia or residents for at least 12 months).

Works chosen for the exhibition will be pre-selected from digital images. Artists may enter a maximum of two works completed since 1 January 2014 All works submitted must be available for display.

For more information please contact contact  Megan Evans – Visual Art Curator via email megan.evans@wyndham.vic.gov.au or call (03) 8734 6021

The Wyndham Art Prize is proudly supported by Wyndham City in partnership with Deakin University.