The South West ArtsAtlas is primarily designed to service artists and communities in the south-west of Victoria, including the Colac Otway, Corangamite, Glenelg, Moyne, Southern Grampians and Warrnambool City Council. You can visit the site here.
is primarily designed to service artists and communities in the Greater Geelong region, including Surf Coast, Queenscliffe, Golden Plains and Colac Otways regions.
You can visit the site here.
The Grampians Wimmera ArtsAtlas is primarily designed to service artists and communities in the Grampians Wimmera region, including Horsham, Ararat, Northern Grampians, West Wimmera, Yarriambiack and Hindmarsh. You can visit the site here.
Proclaimed a city in 1871, its prosperity continued until late in the 19th century, after which its importance relative to both Melbourne and Geelong rapidly faded with the slowing of gold extraction. It has endured as a major regional centre hosting the rowing and kayaking events from the 1956 Summer Olympics. It is the commercial capital of the Central Highlands and its largest city, as well a significant tourist destination. Ballarat is known for its history, culture and its well-preserved Victorian era heritage, with much of the city subject to heritage overlays.
Regional Arts Victoria inspires art across the state. Through creative facilitation, touring, education, specialised resources, artistic projects and advocacy, we develop and sustain creative communities and artistic practice all over Victoria.
The Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund program supports sustainable cultural development in regional and remote Australia. The Regional Arts Fund is managed in Victoria by Regional Arts Victoria.
The Australia Council for the Arts is the Australian Government’s arts funding and advisory body. Our focus is on increasing the visibility of Australia’s vibrant arts and culture, and recognising the evolving way that Australians make and experience art.
The Public Galleries Association of Victoria is a membership organisation supporting public galleries across Victoria through networking, advocacy, education, promotion, and administration of the Robert Salzer Foundation grant program. You can view a profile of all the public galleries of Victoria here.
Arts Law Centre of Australia have a series of checklists and guides covering legal issues arts practitioners should be aware of in certain situations. The checklists canvas business partnerships, music management, music publishing, organising a festival or gallery representation. Arts Law guides cover booking gigs, digital publication of visual art, recording agreements, short film competitions and sponsorship agreements.
Music Victoria is the independent voice of the Victorian contemporary music industry. An independent, not-for-profit, non-Government organisation, Music Victoria represents musicians, venues, music businesses and music lovers across the contemporary music community in Victoria.