Arts, Screen and Culture the focus of ‘Ideas Clinic’

The local arts community is invited to a ‘Project Ideas Clinic’ to learn about funding opportunities and support.

Representatives from the NSW Government’s arts and cultural agency Create NSW and Murray Arts will share advice and experience to local artists and agencies in Albury this Friday 15 September.

Create NSW CEO Michael Brealey says it’s an opportunity for local artists to learn more about support available to them.

Local Murray Arts artists showed their creativity - when they 'yarn bombed' the Holbrook Submarine.
Local Murray Arts artists are always showing creativity. Here they ‘yarn bombed’ the Holbrook Submarine.

“Applying for funding can be a daunting process and isn’t a one size-fits-all model, so we want to be able to show artists exactly who we are, listen to their needs and have relaxed face to face conversations to advise on what the best options are for support,” Mr Brealey said.

“We can offer a wealth of advice and information that may make a huge difference to the many diverse arts individuals and groups in the region,

The ‘Project Ideas Clinic’ will be held at Flying Fruit Fly Circus Albury on Friday 15 September from 11:00am – 1:30pm.

For more information and to apply for funding online visit: