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2021 Carstairs Prize increases to $10,000

Today NAVA announces the Carstairs Prize has been given a boost from $3,000 to $10,000 to support socially-engaged arts practice.

Visual arts sector urgently requires crisis funding

Urgent measures are needed to ensure hard-hit artists and arts workers have access to vital financial support.

$10,000 Windmill Trust Scholarship for Regional NSW Artists now open for applications

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Image: Debbie Taylor-Worley, 2021

NAVA joins criticism of Dark Mofo plan to soak British flag in Indigenous blood for art project

NAVA urges Dark Mofo to release an urgent public statement, reconsider the decision to program Sierra’s artwork and engage rigorous community and cultural consultation for all future commissioned works.

Unemployment payment changes still well below poverty line

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NAVA defends anti-police sentiments in artwork

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Shahmen Suku awarded the 2020 Carstairs Prize

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Concern over detrimental cuts to ANU School of Art & Design

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NAVA responds to Meeting of Cultural Ministers Communiqué

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Today’s critical moment for the future of our arts and culture

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NAVA and Art Month Sydney invite donations for a new Artists’ Benevolent Fund

Photo: Bert Flugelman, reflected in his public artwork The Spheres, Rundle Mall, Adelaide.

Why can’t a $7.1bn surplus fund a $7.1bn vision?

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The NAVA community mourns the loss of Edmund Capon AM OBE

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