Carclew Youth Arts is once again offering four opportunities totalling $50,000 to help young South Australian artists excel in their chosen artform.
Carclew Youth Arts is on the hunt for young musicians, bands and emerging event coordinators aged 18-26 to take part in the final Off the Couch.
Carclew Youth Arts has allocated more than $49,000 towards the development of early career artists and youth arts practice in South Australia through its Project and Development Grants program.
Carclew Youth Arts is giving three South Australian artists aged 18-26 the opportunity to take up a 12 month artistic residency at Carclew during 2013.
Adelaide City Council has unveiled a new “Free Wall” under the Morphett Street bridge for street artists to create temporary, public works of art in the city’s west end.
Carclew Youth Arts’ most-recent Artist in Residence, Rohan Fraser, is set to exhibit his fourth solo show Bent into the Bloody Wind at Format Gallery, Adelaide
During 2012, Carclew Youth Arts is celebrating four decades of nourishing the artistic and cultural lives of South Australian children and young people aged 26 and under.
Adelaide City Council will develop a strategy to encourage live music around the city to prosper.
Carclew Youth Arts has appointed Riley O'Keeffe as the 2011 Foyer Gallery Curator.
Last week marked the culmination of a six month artistic journey for Murray Bridge students, with the opening of the Big Journal, Big Draw exhibition – an artistic reflection of their personal thoughts and interpretations of Murray Bridge. Big Journal, Big Draw is a Carclew Youth Arts Artist in Residence initiative, in partnership with Murray Bridge […]
Carclew Youth Arts are looking for three local artists to receive scholarships which total over $35,000.