Donnalyn Xu

Public Art Commissions: An Artist’s Rights and Responsibilities

In this online workshop hosted by Kiama Municipal Council, learn about contracts, rights, and ethical considerations for Public Art Commissions with NAVA and artist Carla Gottgens, Tuesday 23 April 2024, 12.00pm-1.30pm AEST

Gympie (Kabi Kabi) - Understanding Artists' Fees and Wages - A NAVA Presentation

Join us for a free workshop on 'Understanding Artists' Fees and Wages' presented in partnership with CQ RASN and the Pomona and District Community House, 4.30 – 6 pm AEST, Gympie Regional Gallery Workshop, Thursday 18 April 2024.

Pomona (Kabi Kabi) - Understanding Artists' Fees and Wages - A NAVA Presentation

Join us for a free workshop on 'Understanding Artists' Fees and Wages' presented in partnership with CQ RASN and the Pomona and District Community House, 4.30 – 6 pm AEST, Lawson Shed, Pomona, Wednesday 17 April 2024.

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Friends of MOCA Coordinator, Museum of Chinese in Australia

The Friends of MOCA (FoM) Coordinator works to support the engagement and growth of our annual giving community – the friends of MOCA.

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Program Coordinator, Merrigong Theatre Company

The successful applicant will share the administration of our Hirer’s Event Program, working closely with producers, artists, and community hirers to ensure their shows are delivered to the highest professional standards. 

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Head Curator, International Art, National Gallery of Australia

The Head Curator, International Art leads a curatorial team responsible for advancing major transformation at the National Gallery. With extensive knowledge of art history and strong museum connections, the Head Curator, International Art is responsible for the Gallery’s international art collection and associated programs. 

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Head of Programming, Carriageworks

As the Head of Programming of Carriageworks, this senior leadership position role collaborates with the CEO Fergus Linehan to shape and execute the Carriageworks Presents Program (CWP) in partnership with a wide range of stakeholders.

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ACE Future Studios 2024

The ACE Future Studios is a free program that will provide fully-supported CBD-based studios to eight young South Australian artists for a one week intensive period and mentoring across the year. This unique industry placement nurtures creativity and practical skills with the support of mentor artists and ACE staff and gives young artists an understanding of professional studio practice.

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Stanthorpe Art Prize 2024

The prestigious Stanthorpe Art Prize is back, and it’s time to showcase your talent to the world. Whether you’re a seasoned professional or a budding newcomer, this is your chance to shine on the artistic stage. 

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2025 Porter Street Commission

The Porter Street Commission is ACE’s annual contemporary art award worth $20,000 that supports new commissions by South Australian artists.

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Program Call Out, Firstdraft

Firstdraft is now seeking proposals from artists and curators for inclusion in our 2024-25 Program and onwards! We invite ideas that champion experimentation, risk and inclusion.
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Respecting ICIP in Collecting Institutions

Drawing on NAVA’s Code of Practice, this guide by Nathan Sentance, Tammi Gissell and Madeline Poll examines how collecting institutions can authentically respect and embed Indigenous cultural rights into their practices.

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International Engagement Fund, Creative Australia

$5,000 to $30,000 for creative collaboration and development, cultural exchange and reciprocal activities.

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2025 Anne & Gordon Samstag International Visual Arts Scholarships

Awarding multiple scholarships each year, Samstag offers a life-changing opportunity to deepen your arts practice through study aboard.

Extraordinary Disaster Assistance Recovery Grants - South East Queensland Severe Storms and Rainfall

Extraordinary Disaster Assistance Recovery Grants are available to assist directly impacted primary producers, small businesses and non profit organisations with the costs of clean-up and reinstatement.

NAVA and Pari talk ARIs

NAVA joins Pari for an in-conversation chat on good practice frameworks for running and sustaining artist-run initiatives (ARIs).

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Non-fungible Token (NFT) Information Sheet

This information sheet by Arts Law explains what Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) are and how they are commonly used. It will cover some basic technological concepts involved with NFTs, including “blockchain”, “smart contracts”, “minting”, and “cryptocurrencies.” It will also cover legal issues to be aware of when dealing with NFTs.  

Vipoo Srivilasa awarded the 2023 Carstairs Grant

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NAVA - Tips and Tricks Workshop at the USU: Festival of Creativity

Verge Gallery, 2-3pm AEST on Thursday 21 September 2023. 

USU: Creative Fair

Visit the NAVA stall at the Refectory, Holme Building (A09), 4-8pm AEST on Thursday 21 September 2023.

Equity in Arts Opportunities

To address inequities within the sector – such as gender, race and access – it is necessary to implement practical steps to support equitable application and selection processes. 

Payment & Pricing with NAVA

Webinar hosted by Flying Arts and presented by NAVA that explains the standards for artist fees and wages in the new Code of Practice, 12-1pm AEST 20 July 2023.

Dr. Bronwyn Bancroft

Bundjalung woman Dr. Bronwyn Bancroft is an artist, activist, mentor, and writer.

Supporting Racial Equity in the Arts

The new Racial Equity and Representation section in the Code of Practice demonstrates different ways in which issues of racial equity might be present, and the responsibilities of organisations and artists in addressing them.

Sasha Hill

Sasha Hill is a Yamatji/Noongar artist whose practice includes painting, jewellery and weaving. 

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NewAccess for Small Business Owners

Beyond Blue’s NewAccess for Small Business Owners is a guided self-help mental health coaching program. It’s free, confidential and convenient. Available nationally by phone or video call, no GP referral is required. 

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Environmental Sustainability Toolkit for the NSW Arts & Cultural Sector

This comprehensive resource investigates ways to integrate environmental best practice into arts and cultural organisations’ strategic planning, operations and artistic programming, focusing on public museums and galleries.

Jayanto Tan

Jayanto Tan explores hidden cultural and self-identity through performance and installation using found objects, ceramic sculptures and authentic food.

NAVA Code of Practice: An ethical framework for working with First Nations artists and communities

The newly-added First Nations section in NAVA’s revised Code of Practice offers a critical ethical framework for implementing industry good practice.

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Toolkit on Environmental Sustainability in the Museum Practice

CIMAM's Toolkit aims to help contemporary art museum professionals start implementing the necessary changes to become carbon neutral.