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Art on Partridge - Call to Artists
The City of Holdfast Bay invites artists, sculptors, and stallholders to register their interest for the Art at Partridge Event. The two-day SALA celebration will be held indoors at Partridge House, Glenelg on Saturday 13 & Sunday 14 August.
The two-day event will feature an indoor exhibition, indoor market stalls, live music and live art demonstrations.
Emerging and established artists, designers, sculptors and creatives are encouraged to apply to be part of this exciting event.
For more information and to apply visit Art at Partridge House
The City of Holdfast Bay offers a range of opportunities for artists, creatives, and performers living and working in our city. Whether you are emerging or professional there are many ways artists can be supported in their creative practice.
We value the opportunity to connect people through creativity and provide workshops to encourage people to learn new skills, expand their thinking, or tap into their creative side. If you are interested in facilitating a creative workshop, we would like to hear your ideas.
Join the Creative Holdfast Artist Register to receive information about creative opportunities, events, and our Creative Holdfast Newsletter.
How can we help?
Are you holding your own arts or cultural workshop, exhibition, performance, or event in the City of Holdfast Bay?
We have a role in celebrating our community and its creativity and want to help promote the art and cultural activities and events in Holdfast Bay. If you have something coming up please get in touch to let us know, ‘What’s On’ and we will endeavour to help promote your creative initiative or event via our Creative Holdfast Newsletter or our Creative Holdfast Program.
Stay tuned for upcoming arts opportunities and information.
Arts and Culture / Public Art - Grants and Donations
The purpose of the Arts & Cultural Donations program is to support and provide opportunities for not-for-profit arts and cultural organisations, groups, collectives, and individuals to deliver innovative creative arts and cultural activities or works of art in the public realm.
This program aims to represent a broad range of art forms and activities that contribute to public spaces and/or promote cultural vitality, creativity, and connection within the city. The program also supports arts and cultural activities that encourage participation by people of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds.
The Arts & Cultural Donations program is divided into two categories;
- Arts & Cultural Development Projects
- Public Art Projects
Arts & Cultural Development Projects
Funding is for exhibitions, performances, multi-media projects, multicultural projects or programs, and arts initiatives that celebrate and contribute to a vibrant cultural, artistic and multicultural city.
How Much Can You Apply For?
Arts & Cultural Development Projects (up to $3,500)
You may apply for a donation of up to 70% of the total project cost to a maximum of $3,500 (plus GST where applicable).
Public Art Projects
Funding is for emerging or established artists to create public artworks within the city’s public spaces. Concepts can include but are not limited to sculptural works, paste-ups, multimedia projections, street performances, or murals. Artwork proposals can include temporary or permanent concepts.
How Much Can You Apply For?
Public Art Projects (up to $2,000)
You may apply for a donation of up to 100% of the total project cost to a maximum of $2,000 (plus GST where applicable).
For more information and to find out about the next funding round, please contact Sue Dugan, Community Development Coordinator on 8229 9999.
Grants are now open!